Winning moments stats from 2013

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Phil Mickelson played the par 4s in 1 under at The Open Championship, the only player to finish under par.
September 25, 2013
By PGA TOUR staff

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Here's a look at the 2013 PGA TOUR champions and their keys to victory in tournaments where ShotLink was used.

2013 PGA TOUR season
Champion Key stats
Hyundai ToC Dustin Johnson D.J.'s 307.8-yard average off tee (1st), bested field average by 25.5 yards.
Sony Open
Russell Henley Henley was 17 under on par 4s, the second-best mark in TOUR history.
Brian Gay Hit 81 percent of his fairways. 10 of 12 in scrambling.
Farmers Ins.
Tiger Woods In 7 wins at Torrey Pines, Woods is 77 under on par 5s.
WM Phoenix
Phil Mickelson Led field in greens hit (63 of 72) and proximity to the hole (27 feet, 6 inches).
AT&T Pebble Bch
Brandt Snedeker First to follow up consecutive runner-ups with win since Fred Couples in 1992.
Northern Trust
John Merrick Made 7 birdies, 2 eagles on par 5s (11 under), which ranked first in the field.
Honda Classic Michael Thompson Made three putts of more than 10 feet in final round.
WGC-Cadillac Tiger Woods Field tying-best 16 putts made from beyond 8 feet.
T.B. Champ. Kevin Streelman No bogeys over final 36 holes, this after making 9 bogeys during first 36 holes.
Arnold Palmer Inv. Tiger Woods T71 in driving accuracy (53.57 percent), but best SG-putting mark of his career (2.81).
Shell Houston
D.A. Points At the time, made career-low 3 bogeys in single event.
Valero Texas
Martin Laird Entered 167th in SG-putting, but averaged 1.773 per round to rank 2nd for the week.
RBC Heritage Graeme McDowell First in scrambling, saving par on 19 of 24 missed greens (79.17 percent).
Zurich Classic
Billy Horschel No 3-putts and a perfect 49 of 49 on putts inside 5 feet.
Wells Fargo
Derek Ernst Made 4 putts from more than 20 feet, tied for the best.
THE PLAYERS Tiger Woods Dominated par 5s, carding 1 eagle and 10 birdies (12 under) to lead the field.
HP Byron Nelson Sang-Moon Bae Made 12 putts outside of 10 feet (T1) and 6 putts from outside 20 feet.
Crowne Plaza Inv.
Boo Weekley Great ball-striking, but made 5 of 12 putts outside 25 feet (1st).
the Memorial Matt Kuchar First in greens hit at 75 percent, a perfect 7-for-7 in greenside bunker saves.
FedEx St. Jude Harris English First in greens from off the fairway, hitting 69.2 percent (18 of 26).
Travelers Champ. Ken Duke Was 99th in scrambling (57.9%), but was 21 of 27 on the week.
AT&T National Bill Haas 2nd in SG-putting, picking up 2.496 strokes on field average, best of his career.
The Greenbrier
Jonas Blixt Led in birdies (21), putting average (1.604), one-putt percentage (54.2 percent).
John Deere
Jordan Spieth Led field in par-3 scoring average (2.56), going 7 under for the week.
Sanderson Farms
Woody Austin Led field in proximity from 125 to 150 yards with  average of 9 feet, 11 inches.
The Open Champ. Phil Mickelson Only player to finish under par on par 4s (1 under), 10 shots better than average.
RBC Canadian
Brandt Snedeker 7 of 8 on greenside bunker saves; tops in par-4 scoring at 11 under for the week.
WGC-Bridgestone Tiger Woods Tops in proximity to the hole at 25-8, 9 feet closer than the field average.
PGA Champ. Jason Dufner First in scrambling, making par or better on 13 of 18 missed greens.
Wyndham Champ. Patrick Reed 59 of 59 on putting inside 6 feet; 18 of 20 on putts from 4 to 8 feet (1st)
The Barclays Adam Scott Final-round 66 came with strokes gained-putting of 2.025 better than field average.
Deutsche Bank
Henrik Stenson Hit career-best 61 of 72 greens to rank first.
BMW Champ.
Zach Johnson First in proximity at 25-4 and scrambling at 78.95 percent.
TOUR Champ. Henrik Stenson First in greens at 56 of 72, the third time in FedExCup Playoffs where he led the field.