By the numbers: 2013 PGA TOUR season

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Billy Horschel had a breakout season in 2013, but did record the highest score on a single hole with an 11.
September 25, 2013
By PGA TOUR staff

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Check out some of the most interesting statistical ShotLink data compiled from the 2013 PGA TOUR season.

By the numbers
Official events 40
Courses played 45
Holes played 810
Par 3s played 182
Par 4s played 481
Par 5s played 147
Totals (By all players on 2013 PGA TOUR)
Rounds played 15,615 (stroke play)
Total holes played 281,070 (stroke play)
Total strokes 1,113,325 (stroke play)
Total combined score to par +3,239 over par
Total combined score to par (majors) +5,076 over par
Total combined score to par (non-majors) -1,837 under par
Scoring breakdown
Score Par 3s Par 4s Par 5s Total
1 30 0 0 30
2 8,209 150 2 8,361
3 43,181 25,788 1,024 69,993
4 10,449 108,882 18,531 137,862
5 1,201 29,836 24,400 55,437
6 122 3,594 4,297 8,013
7 30 473 659 1,162
8 2 69 98 169
9 0 14 20 34
10 2 6 0 8
11 0 0 1* 1
Total 63,226 168,812 49,032 281,070


Notes

* -- Billy Horschel carded an 11 in the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard on the par-5 sixth hole.

Scoring breakdown (More)
Double Eagle 2
Eagle 1,204
Birdie 52,528
Par 176,463
Bogey 44,582
Double Bogey 5,454
Triple Bogey 693
Quadruple 119
5 over 16
6 over 7
7 over 2
Total 281,070
Putting breakdown
Putt Number of putts
Zero putts 3,350
One-putts 108,142
Two-putts 160,070
Three-putts 9,304
Four-putts 193
Five-putts 11
Water balls
Total balls in water 4,355 (stroke play, non-majors)  
Balls in the water (non-majors)
Category Courses Holes Players
Most balls in water 363 (RedStone GC) 88 (Quail Hollow, No. 7) 40 (Tommy Gainey)
Most - Par 3s 110 (TPC Southwind) 49 (TPC Southwind, No. 14) 12 (Charley Hoffman)
Most - Par 4s 249 (Redstone GC) 66 (TPC Southwind, No. 12) 23 (Brad Fritsch)
Most - Par 5s 108 (Glen Abbey) 88 (Quail Hollow, No. 7) 17 (Chris Kirk)
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