Par and yardage, strokes and strokes won, irons and woods, balls and holes… golf is a game that revolves around numbers, lots of numbers. No one has compiled a better list of numbers in said game than legendary American golfer Tiger Woods. As Woods celebrates his 46th birthday took it; let’s take a look at his statistics inaccessible to golf:
1. Woods has recorded 82 PGA Tour wins in his career – the most common in game history. He is tied with Sam Snead for the most wins in PGA TOUR history.
2. He recorded 108 world victories.
3. He has 31 second places under his name.
4. Woods has 19 third places.
5. Woods has finished in the top ten 199 times in his career.
6. Woods has earned $ 120,851,706 on the PGA Tours over the years – most by anyone in the sport.
7. Woods spent 683 weeks in the No. 1 spot in the Official World Gold Rankings – most by any player.
8. He had played in 368 PGA Tour events.
9. Out of 368, he made the cut 334 times. He only missed making a cut 34 times.
10. Woods also holds the record for the most consecutive Cups in the game. He had made consecutive Cups 142 times from 1998 to 2005. Second place in this list is held by Byron Nelson (113).
11. Twenty times in his career, he had hit the ball in a hole-in-one (hole-in-one). He had achieved this feat three times in the PGA Tour event. He recorded his first hole in one on the PAG Tour in 1996 at the Greater Milwaukee Open. The second time was at the 1997 Phoenix Open and the third time at the 1998 International Sprint.
Woods has won 15 major championships in his career:
- 1997 Masters
- 1999 PGA Championship
- 2000 US Open
- Open Championship 2000
- 2000 PGA Championship
- 2001 Masters
- 2002 Master
- 2002 US Open
- 2005 Masters
- Open Championship 2005
- 2006 Championship
- 2006 PGA Championship
- 2007 PGA Championship
- 2008 US Open
- Masters 2019.
Read all the latest news, breaking news and news on the coronavirus here.
Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it using programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.