2017 PGA Tour and European Tour Records Update
18 December 2017, Posted by Nick Dockery 0
- Won 4 times on the PGA Tour, giving him 16 career PGA wins. That ties him for 52nd on the all-time list and puts him fifth on the active list.
- He is ranked No. 1 for the 44th week, tying him with Nick Price for ninth on the all-time list of weeks ranked No. 1. He needs six more weeks to tie Ian Woosnam for eighth, seven more weeks to tie Jason Day for seventh and 12 more weeks to tie Luke Donald for sixth.
- Moved up to sixth in career PGA earnings at $48.44 million for his career.
- Won his 10th PGA title, making him the 114th man to win at least 10 times on Tour.
- Won his first Major after 74 previous starts, the most ever by a first-time winner.
- Moved up to seventh in career PGA earnings at $47.21 million for his career.
- Upped his career win total on the European tour to 14, tying him for 17th. He is tied for fifth on the active list.
- Won three times to reach 11 career PGA victories. At age 24, he is already in the top 100 for career PGA victories.
- Became just the second player ever (following Jack Nicklaus) to win three of the four Majors before turning 24 years old.
- Moved up to 20th in career PGA earnings at $35.22 million.
- His third career Major win tied Spieth for 29th in that department. Among active players, he is fifth