Key stats from Spieth's historic season


Jordan Spieth won the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup on Sunday to cap a historic season. Here are the key stats from Spieth's magical run provided by Golf Channel's editorial research unit:

• Fifth win of season; ties Jason Day for most on PGA Tour in 2014-15.

• First time in PGA Tour modern era multiple players 27 or younger won 5 or more times.

• First time multiple players won 5 or more times in same season since 1973.

• Youngest player to win 5 or more times in season since Horton Smith in 1929.

• Sets PGA Tour single-season earnings record ($12 million).

• Beats old earnings record (Vijay Singh in 2004) by about $1.1 million.

• Youngest player to win the Tour Championship.

• Youngest player to win FedExCup Playoffs by more than five years (Billy Horschel).

• First player to win Masters and Tour Championship in same season.

• Twenty-fourth win this season by player in his 20s.

• Most wins in PGA Tour season by players in 20s dating to 1970.

• Fourth straight converted 54-hole lead/share on PGA Tour.

• Failed to convert first four of his career (now 4-for-8).

• Returns to No. 1 in world ranking (third instance, fourth week).

• First time in history of world ranking to have six No. 1s in six-week span.

• Youngest to reach $20 million in career earnings on PGA Tour.

• Sixth career win; third-most in PGA Tour history by player before turning 23.

• One-shot lead through 54 holes; zero of previous 11 players with one-shot lead won.

• Led field in strokes gained putting and scrambling this week.

• Five bogeys this week (four fewer than anyone else in field).

• Two wins, two runner-ups in five career PGA Tour starts in Georgia.