Tiger Woods may have won—and deserved—the PGA Tour Player of the Year award, but the events of last weekend have called into question whether he had the best year in golf. When Adam Scott added the Australian Masters a week after winning the Australian PGA, it gave him four worldwide victories including The Masters and a playoff win at The Barclays. It also made him the hottest player on the planet—for a few hours. On the same Sunday, a few time zones away, Henrik Stenson (above) scored a dominant win in the DP World Tour Championship and capped an unprecedented double, taking both the FedEx Cup and the Race to Dubai. Granted, Tiger had more wins (five) than anyone else and yes, three of those victories came in significant events—The Players and two WGC Championships. But a year from now, those wins will be all but forgotten. Not so the achievements of Stenson and Scott.