There are lots of guys (actually 85 of them) who had as many wins, but I doubt if anyone was ever more accurate off the tee. Moe Norman for example gets talked about for his accuracy, and he was a much less accomplished golfer, and I would bet he also wasn't as accurate as Peete.
Peete led the PGA tour for 10 years in a row in driving accuracy. For three years in a row (1981-1983) he led in both that and GIR.
In PGA tour history, only four times has a player played a 72-hole tournament without missing a fairway. Peete was responsible for two of those, at the Memorial tournament in back to back years (1986 and 1987).
In the Champions tour history, only twice has a player hit every fairway in a 54-hole tournament. Peete did it in 1996 at the VFW Senior Championship.
He was also one of the top overall golfers from 1981-1985, ranking 1st in scoring average in 1984, and second in 1982 and 1983, and in the top 5 in money won in 1982, 1983, and 1985.
But mainly, he's worth remembering because he can probably fairly claim to be the most accurate driver ever.