By the numbers: Key stats from Hahn's win


James Hahn topped Roberto Castro in a playoff to capture his second PGA Tour title at the Wells Fargo Championship. Here are the key stats from Quail Hollow, courtesy of the Golf Channel research department.

James Hahn

• Second career PGA Tour win (2015 Northern Trust Open)

• Missed eight consecutive cuts entering this week

• First player to win at both Quail Hollow and Riviera

• Was 30 over par in previous eight starts entering this week

• 68 Saturday was first round in 60s since two days before Super Bowl

• Projected to move into top 55 in World Ranking (134th this week)

• Hit only 11 GIR in final round (went 5-for-7 scrambling)

• Perfect 5-for-5 in sand saves this week

• Improves to 2-0 in playoffs in career

• Fourth player in last five PGA Tour seasons to get first two wins via playoff (Hideki Matsuyama, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler)

Roberto Castro

• Made 6-foot putt on 72nd hole to force playoff with Hahn

• Defeated in first playoff of PGA Tour career

• Second career runner-up finish (116th start)

• Other runner-up finish came in 2013 Quicken Loans National

• Played last three holes of regulation in 2 over (bogeyed 16 and 17)

Justin Rose

• 71 in final round; did not make a birdie over last eight holes

• Missed five putts inside 10 feet in final round

• Did not make a putt longer than 7 feet in final round

• Fourth top-10 finish in nine worldwide starts this year

• Played 18th hole in 4 over par for the week (12 under on rest of the course)

• Went 6-for-8 scrambling over final two rounds this week

• Second consecutive year to finish top-5 in this event (fifth last year)

Rory McIlroy

• 66; eight birdies and two bogeys in final round

• Sixth round of 66 or better at Quail Hollow (most all-time)

• Sixth career round at Quail Hollow with eight or more birdies/eagles

• No other player has more than three such rounds in tournament history

• Combined 66 under in this tournament since 2010 (best of anyone in span)

• Averaged 323 yards driving distance in final round

• Hit 14/18 GIR in final round (three more than any other round this week)

Phil Mickelson

• 66; fifth career round of 66 or better at Quail Hollow

• Fifth round of 66 or better this season (last: third round at Pebble Beach)

• Had five rounds of 66 or better each of previous two seasons combined

• Lowest final round score to par since 2014 WGC-Bridgestone

• 60th worldwide start since last win (2013 Open Championship)

• 18-for-18 on putts inside 15 feet in final round

Rickie Fowler

• Led by one after 54 holes; played first seven holes in 3 over

• 0-for-3 converting 54-hole leads/co-leads into PGA Tour wins

• Was trying to win on Mother’s Day for second straight year

• Last player to do that was Tom Watson (1979-80)

• T-4; seventh top-10 in 11 worldwide starts in 2016