Best and Worst Stats

With the conclusion of the FedExCup Playoffs and the Tour Championship on Sunday, the PGA Tour season is now in the books, so who finished first and last? No, not in FedExCup points or on the money list, but in all the statistical categories like scoring, driving, and putting? Here are a few of the more interesting takeaways: Despite winning the Vardon Trophy, Tiger Woods did not have the lowest adjusted scoring average; semi-retired Steve Stricker did at 68.94, but he didn't win the trophy because he didn't have the required 60 rounds. Luke List led the tour in driving distance at 306.3 yards, but he was last in driving accuracy at 45.58 percent (he also hit it in the left rough more than anyone else at 22.66 percent of the time). Phil Mickelson was first in putting average with 1.718 per green in  regulation, while Vijay Singh was last at 1.888 (he was also last in three other putting categories—that’s what he gets for suing the tour!). Click here to see all the stats.




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