By the numbers: Key stats from DJ's BMW win


Dustin Johnson cruised to a three-shot victory Sunday at the BMW Championship. Here are the key stats from the final round courtesy of the Golf Channel research department.

Dustin Johnson

• 23 under; lowest score to par in tournament history (held since 1899)

• 12th career PGA Tour win in 200th career start

• Only Tiger Woods (18) has more PGA Tour wins since 2008

• Three wins and eight top-10s over last 10 starts

• Third player last 10 years with three wins and 14 top-10s in a season

• Other two players to do that in span (Jordan Spieth, Woods) won PGA Tour POY

• Wins three times in a season for first time in career

• Improves to 3-for-7 converting 54-hole leads into wins

• Also won this tournament in 2010 at Cog Hill

• Second player last 20 years to win this event more than once (Woods)

• Walter Hagen, Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper, Jack Nicklaus among others to win it multiple times

• Tournament was called the Western Open from 1899 through 2006

• 1 of 2 players with three wins this season (Jason Day)

• Led field this week in strokes gained off-the-tee

• Second in field this week in strokes-gained putting

Paul Casey

• 20 under; ties lowest runner-up score in tournament history

• Finishes runner-up for second consecutive week

• Held 54-hole lead last week at Deutsche Bank Championship (finished second)

• First instance of consecutive runner-up finishes in PGA Tour career

Roberto Castro

• 5-under 67 in final round; solo third place

• Second top-3 finish this season (lost playoff at Wells Fargo)

• Fourth top-10 this season (ties career-high)

J.B. Holmes

• Made 3 foot par putt on 18th hole to qualify for Tour Championship

• Played first eight holes of round in 3 over par (zero birdies in span)

• Sixth top-10 this season; first since The Open (finished third)