By the numbers: Key stats from Schwartzel's Valspar win


Charl Schwartzel fired a final-round 67 and then defeated Bill Haas in a playoff to win the Valspar Championship. Here are the key stats from the final round courtesy of the Golf Channel research department.

Charl Schwartzel

• Second career PGA Tour win (2011 Masters)

• Largest 54-hole deficit overcome in tournament history (five shots)

• Was four shots back entering final round of 2011 Masters win

• Second player from South Africa to win this event (Goosen, two wins)

• Recorded lowest round of the day

• Birdied four of last eight holes

• Made 144 feet of putts in final round (more than double any other day this week)

• Tied for best in field in par 5 scoring (9 under)

• Wins in first career PGA Tour playoff appearance

• Third win in last six worldwide starts (two wins in South Africa)

• Projected to move as high as 21st in world ranking

Bill Haas

• Held one-shot lead before going to 16th tee in final round

• Falls to 3-for-7 converting 54-hole leads/co-leads

• Falls to 2-3 in PGA Tour playoffs in his career

• Tied for fourth this week in GIR (66.7%)

• 18-for-24 scrambling in regulation (third in field this week)

• Did not make birdie over last seven holes of play (six regulation, one playoff)

• 1-for-4 GIR, 2 over par last four holes (three regulation, one playoff)

Lee McCoy (a)

• 69 in final round; beat playing partner Spieth by four strokes

• Played back nine in 2 under par (no bogeys)

• Third top-4 finish by amateur in last two seasons on PGA Tour

• Jon Rahm finished T-4 last year at Scottsdale, Robby Shelton T-3 at Barbasol

• Last amateur to win on PGA Tour – Phil Mickelson in 1991

• Only four amateurs have won on the PGA Tour since 1950

• Senior at Georgia; eighth ranked amateur in the world

• Only 193 days younger than world No. 1 Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth

• 73 (2 over par); made only two bogeys in Rounds 2 and 3 combined

• Made only one birdie over first 13 holes of final round

• Average proximity to hole today was 46’1” (worst this week)

• Made 31’6” birdie putt on final hole

• Three of last four weekend rounds have been over par

• Began today six shots back of Haas

• Will play next at WGC Match Play at Austin Country Club

Graham DeLaet

• T-5; 11th top-5 finish of PGA Tour career (zero wins)

• 19 top-10s in the last four seasons (second-most of anyone without a win during that span)

Ryan Moore

• Did not make a birdie after sixth hole

• Fourth top-11 finish in last 5 PGA Tour starts

• Second straight top-5 finish in this tournament (fifth last year)