Here's a look at the statistical leaders for the 2013 PGA TOUR season as well as those ranked last in each category and the TOUR average.
|Around the greens|
-- Four players led the field in scrambling en route to victory (Phil Mickelson, The Open; Jason Dufner, PGA Championship; Zach Johnson, BMW Championship; Graeme McDowell, RBC Heritage).
-- Stenson (Deutsche Bank) and Dufner (PGA Championship) hit the least amount of greenside bunkers (1) en route to victory. Get this: The only greenside bunker Stenson found at TPC Boston was on the 71st hole where he holed out for birdie.
-- Brendon de Jonge had the highest scrambling percentage in a single event at 94.4 percent (Deutsche Bank Championship).
-- Russell Henley (WGC-Cadillac) and Robert Karlsson (Crowne Plaza) had the best sand save mark with 10 of 11.
-- The toughest course in scrambling was Merion at the U.S. Open (38.5%).
-- The easiest course for scrambling was La Quinta Country Club at the Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation (66.1%).
-- On average, 2013 winners outperformed the field by 1.43 strokes per round with the putter or 5.5 strokes in a four-round event.
-- 2 of 33 winners (where ShotLink was used) led field in strokes gained-putting (Russell Henley, Sony Open; Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer Inv.)
-- 22 of 33 winners (where ShotLink was used) ranked in the top 10 in strokes gained-putting.
-- 33 of 33 winners (where ShotLink was used) gained strokes on the field in putting.
-- Charley Hoffman had the most strokes gained in a single round at 7.22 (RBC Heritage, Round 3).
-- Bill Haas had the most strokes gained in a single event at 9.98 (AT&T National).
-- D.H. Lee had the highest distance of total putts made in a event at 492 feet, 1 inch (AT&T National).
-- James Driscoll made the most putts from more than 10 feet in a round with 8 (Memorial, Round 1).
-- Brian Gay had the most one-putts in a single event with 48 (WGC-Cadillac).
-- Marc Leishman made the longest putt of the season at 85 feet, 1 inch (Riviera CC, No. 15, Round 3)
-- Russell Henley (Sony Open in Hawaii) and Phil Mickelson (Waste Management Phoenix Open) tied for the lowest stroke average in a four-round event at 64.00.
-- Billy Mayfair had the most eagles in a single event with 4 (Sanderson Farms Championship).
-- Jeff Overton and Nicholas Thompson had the most birdies in a single event with 31 (Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation).
-- Webb Simpson had the most bogey-free rounds this season with 11 (11 of 88).
* -- Mickelson's 450-yard drive came on No. 17 at TPC Blue Monster in the first round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship. His ball hit the cart path several times.
-- Bubba Watson had the most drives of 300+ in a single event with 48.
-- No player led the field in driving distance and went on to win the tournament. Two players finished second in driving distance and won (D. Johnson, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; T. Woods, Farmers Insurance Open).
-- No player led the field in driving accuracy en route to victory. Two winners were second in driving accuracy (B. Gay, Humana; J. Rose, U.S. Open).
-- Ryan Moore hit the highest percentage of fairways at a single event at 96.43 percent (the Memorial).
-- Moore also hit the most consecutive fairways with 40.
-- Ken Duke hit every fairway in a single round four times, a TOUR best.
-- Five players and six winners led the field for greens in regulation en route to wins. Henrik Stenson led in GIR for both the Deutsche Bank and TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.
-- Tommy Gainey had the highest GIR at 90.7 percent in the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
-- 17 players hit all 18 greens during a round. Graham DeLaet was the only player to do it twice.
-- The par-4 18th hole at Merion was the toughest green to hit in regulation at 24.8 percent.