Stats Report
  • Stats season in review by the numbers

    The best statistics in driving, putting, approach shots and around the green

  • Gary Woodland is a perfect 1,641 of 1,641 on putts inside of 3 feet in the past two seasons. (David Cannon/Getty Images)Gary Woodland is a perfect 1,641 of 1,641 on putts inside of 3 feet in the past two seasons. (David Cannon/Getty Images)

The 2013-14 PGA TOUR season is complete, meaning the numbers from all 45 official events and 900 holes have been tallied. Here's a look at some of the more interesting numbers from the season. The following scoring and putting statistics only take into account stroke-play events, meaning the WGC-Match Play Championship and the Barracuda Championship are excluded. All other statistics only factor in the golf courses where ShotLink is available.


Score Par 3s
Par 4s Par 5s Total
1 17 0 0 17
2 9,038 203 2 9,243
3 47,945 28,782 1,068 77,795
4 11,516 121,556 20,526 153,598
5 1,207 32,704 26,792 60,703
6 115 3,859 4,500 8,474
7 21 390 708 1,119
8 5 76 85 166
9 0 14 11 25
10 0 0 5 5
11 0 0 2 2
12 0 1 0 1


-- There were 17 official holes in one on the PGA TOUR this season and 19 overall (two came at the Barracuda Championship, where ShotLink is not used) -- all on par 3s. For more visit our Quicken Loans hole in one page by clicking here.

-- There were two double eagles this season. Trevor Immelman carded an albatross on the par-5 13th hole at Travelers Championship while James Hahn carded the other on the ninth hole at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

-- John Daly recorded the highest score of the season with a 12 during the second round of the Valspar Championship on the par-4 16th hole. It marked the 16th time Daly recorded a double-digit score on TOUR. There were also a pair of 11s. Bubba Watson carded an 11 on the par-5 sixth hole at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard while Brett Rumford had an 11 at the par-5 10th hole at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

-- There were a total of 1,288 eagles this season, 58,346 birdies, 196,293 pars, 48,720 bogeys, 5,774 double bogeys, 590 triples, 108 quads, 24 5-overs, two 6-overs and one 8-over.

James Hahn double-eagles No. 9 at Sony Open
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    James Hahn double-eagles No. 9 at Sony Open


Putt Number
Zero Putts
One-putts 121,199
Two-putts 177,183
Three-putts 9,143
Four-putts 157
Five-putts 7
Six-putts 4


-- The four six-putts were by Graham DeLaet (The Open Championship, Royal Liverpool, No. 8, made a triple-bogey 7), David Gossett (John Deere Classic, TPC Deere Run, No. 5, made a quadruple-bogey 8), Mark Wilson (Waste Management Phoenix Open, TPC Scottsdale, No. 6, made a quadruple-bogey 8) and Jeff Maggert (U.S. Open, Pinehurst, No. 5, made a 5-over 10).

-- Brian Stuard had the longest streak without a three-putt, going 395 consecutive holes without one. The TOUR average is 80 holes without a three-putt.

-- Freddie Jacobson finished the season No. 1 in three-putt avoidance, three-putting just 27 times in 1,638 holes played for a 1.65 percentage.

-- Graeme McDowell led the TOUR in Strokes Gained: Putting, gaining .886 strokes on the field average (0.00) per round in 2013-14.

-- Gary Woodland was one of seven players perfect on putts inside of 3 feet. Woodland was 770 of 770. Woodland is one of two players perfect in the past two seasons, going 1,641 of 1,641. Luke Donald is 963 of 963 in the past two seasons on TOUR.

-- Donald led the TOUR in putting inside of 10 feet, making 90.5 percent. The TOUR average was 87.1 percent.

-- Six of the 33 TOUR winners (in events where ShotLink was used) led the field in Strokes Gained: Putting. Sixteen of the 33 winners ranked in the top 10 in Strokes Gained: Putting.

Putts of the 2013-14 PGA TOUR season
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    Putts of the 2013-14 PGA TOUR season


Stat Leader Mark (TOUR average)
Driving Distance (measured)
Bubba Watson 314.3 (288.8)
Driving Distance (All Drives)
Bubba Watson
305.1 (281.6)
Driving Pct 300+ Bubba Watson 61.9% (23.3%)
Driving Accuracy David Toms
75.5% (61.3%)


-- John Daly was the only player to average more than 300 yards off the tee 13 years ago. In 2014, 25 players averaged more than 300 yards off the tee.

-- Rory McIlroy had the longest measured average in an event at 334.8 yards in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

-- Bubba Watson had the most drives of more than 300 yards in an event (Waste Management Phoenix) at 50.

-- Bubba Watson had the longest drive of the season at 424 yards in the WGC-Bridgestone.

-- Brendon Todd (HP Byron Nelson) and Tim Clark (RBC Canadian) were the only two players to lead an event in driving accuracy and win.

-- Billy Hurley III hit the highest percentage of fairways in an event (the Memorial) at 89.29 percent.

-- Jimmy Walker hit the lowest percentage of fairways during a victory at 39.3 percent in the Frys.com Open.

-- David Toms hit the most consecutive fairways at 36.

MORE: Click here for more about the longest drives, putts and hole-outs in 2013-14

Bubba Watson records longest drive of 2014 at Bridgestone
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    Bubba Watson records longest drive of 2014 at Bridgestone


Stat Leader Mark (TOUR average)
Greens in Regulation Chad Campbell 72.4% (64.1%)
Proximity to the Hole Tim Clark
31'-10" (35-10)
Fairway Proximity Dustin Johnson 27'-9" (31-10)
Rough Proximity Jamie Lovemark
36'-7" (44-0)
Approaches outside of 200 yards Graham DeLaet
41'-1" (50-3)
Approaches 175-200 Angel Cabrera 28'-7" (34-1)
Approaches 150-175 Hideki Matsuyama
23'-6" (28-0)
Approaches 125-150 Jason Day
18'-7" (23-0)
Approaches inside of 125 yards Justin Leonard 15'-6" (18-10)


-- Charles Howell III led the TOUR in total hole-outs with 22. The TOUR average is six.

-- Rory McIlroy led the TOUR in birdie or better percentage from the fairway (28.8 percent) and the rough (23.2 percent).

-- Chad Campbell hit 65 of 72 greens at the Humana Challenge (90.3 percent), the highest mark in an event this season.

-- Twenty players hit all 18 greens in a round this season.

-- Tim Clark hit the most greens in a row at 28.

Day hits approach tight from 144 yards
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    Day hits approach tight from 144 yards


Stat Leader Mark (TOUR average)
Sand Saves Bill Haas 62.2% (49.4%)
Sand Save Proximity Mike Weir 6'-9" (9-5)
Scrambling Jim Furyk
69.3% (57.4%)
Scrambling Proximity Jim Furyk
6'-1" (8-7)


-- Jim Furyk's scrambling mark of 69.33 percent is the fourth-best season-ending mark in TOUR history since the statistic began in 1992. Only Greg Norman (72.80 percent in 1993), Tiger Woods (69.78 percent in 2001) and Woods (69.67 percent in 2002) were better.

-- Furyk led the field in scrambling six times. He also had the highest scrambling mark in an event at 95.8 percent at the RBC Heritage.

-- Four players led the field in scrambling en route to winning this season. Brendon Todd (HP Byron Nelson), Tim Clark (RBC Canadian Open), Martin Kaymer (U.S. Open) and Camilo Villegas (Wyndham).

-- Chris Kirk had the most consecutive sand saves at 14.

Furyk chips in from 75 feet at Deutsche Bank Championship
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    Furyk chips in from 75 feet at Deutsche Bank Championship