Williams is the PBA Tour's all-time titles leader with 47 titles. He passed Earl Anthony with his 42nd title in the Dydo Japan Cup 2006 after tying Anthony with win No. 41 in the 2006 Denny's World Championship. He owns a record seven PBA Player of the Year honors (1986, '93, '96, '97, '98, '03, '09-'10). He holds the all-time record for overall career earnings with over $4.3 million. Known as "Deadeye" among his peers, Williams remains one of the most recognized names on tour and a threat to win any tournament he enters as a result of his versatility. He has won the George Young High Average Award and the Harry Smith Point Leader Award eight times. His eight Major titles is tied for second all time...Holds record for consecutive years with at least one title at 17...Owns nine PBA50 Tour titles and won back-to-back PBA50 Player of the Year crowns in 2012-13.