Tiger Woods By The Numbers [Updated Feb 2020]

Ever wanted a quick look at Tiger Woods’ incredible career statistics? We’ve got you.

This infographic is a look at some of his most interesting stats and some of the context behind them. 

Note: This isn’t an exhaustive list of Tiger’s accomplishments. (We couldn’t make an infographic that big.) 

Tiger Woods Stats

Behind Tiger Woods’ Stats

  • His 32 victories between 1999-2003 is especially remarkable because it is four times more victories than any other player during that period. No other golfer won more than 8 times between 1999-2003.
  • His career scoring average of 70.86 in the Masters is the best career scoring average in that tournament for any player with at least 50 rounds played. He has 11 top-five finishes in the Masters, second only to Jack Nicklaus.
  • Tiger’s lowest average score of 68.17 in 2000 broke the record of 68.33 set by Byron Nelson in 1945.
  • His 2019 Masters win was his fifth, putting him one win behind Jack Nicklaus’ record of six wins.
  • As of February 2020, Tiger has spent 683 weeks (over 13 years) at number one, over twice as long as anyone else. (Greg Norman is the closest with 331 weeks, over 6 years, at number one.)
  • He is one of only five players to ever complete the Career Grand Slam (winning all four majors in the same year), and at 24, was the youngest person to ever complete it. 
  • Tiger made the cut in 142 consecutive events, breaking Byron Nelson’s previous record of 113 events. This streak began with the 1998 Buick Invitational and ended with the 2005 Wachovia Championship.

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