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PGA TOUR Victories (19)
Additional Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Qualified for the TOUR Championship for the 10th consecutive season, with his No. 4 finish in the standings marking his fifth top-five result in the FedExCup. Won three times, increasing his victory total on the PGA TOUR to 19 and extending his streak of seasons winning at least once to 11. Ended the season with only one missed cut in 20 starts, with a TOUR-leading 12 top-10s. Became the first player since Tiger Woods in 2005-09 to win at least three tournaments in three consecutive seasons. Was the most under par for the season, totaling 189-under par, 34 strokes better than the next best player (Justin Thomas). Led the TOUR in Scoring Average, Par-3, Par-4 and Par-5 Scoring Average, just the second player to ever do so in a season (Tiger Woods, 2000 and 2009). Also led the TOUR in three of the six Strokes Gained categories (Off-the-Tee, Tee-to-Green and Total). Held the lead/co-lead after a round 15 times, the most of any player during the 2017-18 season. Led the TOUR in most rounds in the 60s (52). Held the No. 1 position in the Official World Golf Ranking at the conclusion of the season. Earned his way on to the United States Ryder Cup Team for the fourth time in his career.
Finished the season No. 4 in the FedExCup standings, the fourth time he has finished inside the top five in the FedExCup. With a career-best four victories (bringing his total to 16 wins on the PGA TOUR), has now won at least once in his first 10 seasons on TOUR, the current best streak. After his win in L.A. at the Genesis Open, took over the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Ranking, which he never relinquished for the remainder of the season. Led the United States to a dominating Presidents Cup victory over the Internationals with a flawless record.
Recorded 19 top-25 finishes from 22 starts. Of those, 11 were top-five showings. Recorded 15 top-10 finishes, the most of any player in 2015-16, four more than the next best player (Patrick Reed/11). Has won at least once in each of his first nine seasons on the PGA TOUR, the TOUR's current best streak. Season was heralded with awards including the Jack Nicklaus Award (PGA TOUR Player of the Year), Arnold Palmer Award (for finishing first on Official Money List with $9,365,185) and the Byron Nelson Award (for leading the TOUR in Adjusted Scoring Average with a 69.17 average.)
Made 18 of 21 cuts, with 11 top-10s and a No. 7 finish in the FedExCup standings. Has qualified for the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for seven consecutive seasons.
Finished the season No. 30 in the FedExCup standings, highlighted by his win at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions. It marked the eighth consecutive season with a victory, the longest active streak on TOUR. Took a leave of absence from professional golf starting with the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational in late-July 2014.
Six top-10 finishes on the season led to a 13th-place showing in the FedExCup, his fifth consecutive top-15 finish in the season-long points race.
Was the only player to record a top-10 finish in all four FedExCup Playoffs events. Finished the season No. 8 in the FedExCup standings, his third consecutive top-10 showing in the season-long race.
Fourth full season on the PGA TOUR ended with a career-best fourth-place finish in the FedExCup.
Claimed his third and fourth PGA TOUR wins, with near misses at the U.S. Open and PGA Championship.
Won for the second time in his career and finished 14th in the FedExCup standings a year after placing 134th.
Rookie made the cut in 17 of 30 starts, finishing No. 42 on the money list, and won for the first time. Posted two of his three top-10 finishes in his first four starts of the season.