Playoffs Guidebook: Miscellaneous records

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August 15, 2012
PGA TOUR staff

Here are some records from the first five years of the FedExCup Playoffs:

Miscellaneous Playoffs Records/Highs
Lowest Score(s)
Double Eagle Vijay Singh (2010 TPC Boston hole 2 -- Rd 3)
John Senden (2009 TPC Boston hole 2 -- Rd 2)
Most Consecutive Fairways Hit
Year No. Player Start
2007 29 Doug Labelle II Starting with Round 2 Hole 5 The Barclays
2008 24 Jim Furyk Starting with Round 2 Hole 14 BMW Championship
2009 27 Ben Crane Starting with Round 3 Hole 5 The Barclays
2010 25 Tiger Woods Starting with Round 1 Hole 4 The Barclays
2011 27 Jerry Kelly Starting with Round 2 Hole 4 BMW Champ
Most Consecutive Greens Hit
Year No. Player(s) Start
2007 25 Adam Scott and Steve Stricker
2008 23 Boo Weekley Starting with Round 2 Hole 7 Deutsche Bank Champ
2009 23 Jim Furyk Starting with Round 1 Hole 1 Deutsche Bank Champ
2010 18 Ryan Moore Starting with Round 1 Hole 10 Deutsche Bank Champ
2011 22 Camilo Villegas and Bill Lunde
Most Consecutive Sand Saves
Year No. Player Start
2007 15 Tim Clark Starting with Round 1, Hole 13 of the BMW Championship
2008 11 Sergio Garcia Starting with Round 1, Hole 2 of THE TOUR Championship
2009 11 Mark Wilson Starting with Round 4, Hole 12 of The Barclays
2010 10 Carl Pettersson Starting with Round 2, Hole 7 of the BMW Championship
2011 10 Jerry Kelly Starting with Round 2, Hole 14 of the Deutsche Bank
Best one-putt or better streak
Year No. Player Start
2007 10 Woody Austin Starting with Round 1, Hole 17 at The Barclays
2008 10 Mike Weir Starting with Round 1, Hole 10 at the Deutsche Bank Champ.
2009 9 Seven players tied
2010 10 Luke Donald Starting with Round 3, Hole 18 at The Barclays
2011 9 Gary Woodland Starting with Round 3, Hole 9 at The Barclays
Best Streak without a three-putt
Year Holes Player Start
2007 225 Sergio Garcia Starting with Round 4, Hole 10 at The Barclays
2008 224 Ken Duke Starting with Round 4, Hole 11 at The Barclays
2009 187 Padraig Harrington Starting with Round 1, Hole 7 at the Deutsche Bank
2010 167 Matt Kuchar Starting with Round 1, Hole 10 at The Barclays
2011 270 Luke Donald All holes in 2011 PLAYOFFS
Most consecutive holes below par
Year No. Player Streak
2007 6 Tiger Woods Starting with Round 2, Hole 4 at THE TOUR Championship
2008 6 Jim Furyk Starting with Round 2, Hole 5 at the BMW Championship
2009 5 4 Players tied
2010 6 Charlie Wi & Luke Donald
2011 6 2 Players tied
Most consecutive par 4 birdies
Year No. Player(s)
2007 6 Adam Scott starting in Round 3, Hole 10 of the BMW Champ.
2008 4 6 Players tied
2009 4 9 Players tied
2010 6 Ryan Palmer & Webb Simpson
2011 6 J.J. Henry & Y.E. Yang
Most consecutive par 5 birdies
Year No. Player(s)
2007 10 Phil Mickelson & Sergio Garcia
2008 8 Vijay Singh -- Starting with Round 2, Hole 7 of the Deutsche Bank Champ.
2009 8 Steve Stricker -- Starting with Round 3, Hole 6 of The Barclays
2010 6 4 players
2011 8 Kyle Stanley, Bubba Watson & Aaron Baddeley
Longest drives in the Playoffs
Year Player Name Hole Round Event Course Distance
2011 Dustin Johnson 7 4 Deutsche Bank Championship TPC Boston 463
2009 Bubba Watson 18 2 BMW Championship Cog Hill G&CC 381
2008 Bubba Watson 9 2 THE TOUR Championship East Lake GC 381
2010 Bubba Watson 5 2 THE TOUR Championship East Lake GC 380
2007 Charley Hoffman 11 1 BMW Championship Cog Hill G&CC 378
2008 Anthony Kim 5 2 THE TOUR Championship East Lake GC 377
Longest putts made in the Playoffs
Year Player Hole Round Event Course Par Putt
2011 Charles Howell III 12 4 BMW Championship Cog Hill G&CC 3 88.42
2009 Jeff Overton 14 3 Deutsche Bank Championship TPC Boston 4 80.75
2009 Jerry Kelly 6 3 Deutsche Bank Championship TPC Boston 4 78.58
2009 Steve Stricker 5 3 THE TOUR Championship East Lake GC 4 76.42
2010 Ian Poulter 14 1 BMW Championship Cog Hill G&CC 3 73.17
2008 Michael Allen 6 4 The Barclays Ridgewood CC 4 70.67
2007 Tiger Woods 9 2 THE TOUR Championship East Lake GC 5 70.33
2007 Brett Wetterich 16 2 BMW Championship Cog Hill G&CC 4 70.17

BIG SWINGS: Many of the above records involve strong play over a series of holes. But what about the best swings? Here's a look at the longest drives and putts in the history of the FedExCup Playoffs.

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