By the numbers: Key stats from Fowler's Honda win


Despite and up-and-down final round on Sunday, Rickie Fowler picked up his fourth PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the Honda Classic. Here are some key stats from the 28-year-old's win at PGA National:

• It was Fowler's fourth career PGA Tour win and first when holding the 54-hole lead or co-lead.

• Fowler finished at 12 under, one shot behind the 72-hole tournament scoring record at PGA National.

• Fowler is projected to move to ninth in the in Official World Golf Ranking. It would be the first time since November 2016 that Fowler would be in the top 10.

• Fowler went out in 37 (2 over) on Sunday after playing the front nine in 6 under during his first three rounds. He missed five of first seven fairways to begin his final round but led the field in distance of putts made.

• Eight of the last nine PGA Tour events have been won by players under the age of 30.

• The 2016-17 season is on pace to have 32 winners under the age of 30 after Fowler's victory. The most wins by players under 30 in a PGA Tour season in the last 35 years is 24 in 2014-15.

• The world top-10 next week will have six wins in last eight PGA Tour events. Six of last eight tournaments have been won by players ranked inside the top 25 in world.