By the numbers: Key stats from Reed's Barclays win

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Patrick Reed ended his victory drought with a one-shot win Sunday at The Barclays. Here are the key stats from the first event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs provided by the Golf Channel research department.

Patrick Reed

• Fifth career PGA Tour victory; first since 2015 Tournament of Champions

• Fourth consecutive season with win (tied for third-longest active streak)

• Third-youngest to reach five PGA Tour wins over last 10 seasons

• Only Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy have reached it at younger age in that span

• Clinches berth on U.S. Ryder Cup team (second straight appearance)

• 3-0-1 in 2014 Ryder Cup (only U.S. player to win three matches in 2014)

• Tied for field lead in par 5 scoring this week (4.17 average)

• Eighth this week in strokes gained: around the green (+2.77 total)

• Third in field this week in strokes gained: tee-to-green (+9.54 total)

• Projected to move to ninth in World Ranking (ties career-best)


Emiliano Grillo

• Second career runner-up on PGA Tour (lost playoff in Puerto Rico in 2015)

• 2-under 69 in final round; 6-for-7 scrambling on Sunday

• First top-10 finish since win at Frys.com Open

• Sixth top-15 finish in last seven worldwide starts

• Made one bogey on front nine all week (8 under total)


Rickie Fowler

• T-7; made bogey or worse on three of last four holes of tournament

• One bogey through 64 holes (four bogeys/worse over last eight holes)

• Fails to qualify for automatic U.S. Ryder Cup berth

• Was projected to qualify automatically entering 16th hole (made double bogey)

• Went from projected fourth to 11th in Ryder Cup standings in eight holes

• 19-for-20 scrambling to start week (0-for-last-4)


Adam Scott

• Even-par 71; made 47 feet of putts Sunday (150 feet Saturday)

• Best worldwide finish since win at Doral in March

• First in field in strokes gained tee-to-green this week (first this season)

• Missed six putts inside 10 feet in final round


Jason Day

• 69 in final round; made four birdies and two bogeys in final round

• Ninth top-10 finish over last 13 PGA Tour starts

• 10th consecutive PGA Tour round under par (28 under in span)

• 6/14 fairways Sunday; did not hit more than six in any round this week

• Negative strokes gained driving in each round this week


Sean O'Hair

• 5-under 66 in final round; entered week 108th in FedEx Cup points

• 5-for-6 scrambling in final round (16-for-21 this week)

• Second top-10 finish this season (other – T-10 at Houston Open)


Jordan Spieth

• 69 (-2) in final round; only 2 bogeys/worse over last 33 holes

• hit 17 of 18 GIR today (ties best total in round this season)

• missed 5 putts inside 10 feet in final round


Rory McIlroy

• Missed five putts inside 5 feet this week (two on Sunday)

• 13-for-21 on putts between 4-8 feet this week

• Played last 29 holes of tournament in 4 over par (five bogeys and a double bogey)