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

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Adam Scott shot an even-par 70 to beat Sergio Garcia by a stroke at the Honda Classic. Here are some key stats from Scott's win provided by the Golf Channel Research Department.

Adam Scott

• 12th official PGA Tour victory of career; first since May 2014

• Most PGA Tour wins among players younger than 40 (McIlroy has 11)

• Only Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh and Phil Mickelson have more PGA Tour wins since 2003

• First former anchored-stroke putter to win on Tour this year

• Improves to 7-for-11 with 54-hole lead/co-lead on Tour

• Second player in last 30 years to win with quadruple bogey or worse on weekend

• Only other player to do that in span is David Toms (2003 Wells Fargo)

• Within eight PGA Tour wins of Greg Norman for most by Australian player

• Projected to move to ninth in Official World Golf Ranking

• Would be highest position in OWGR since May of last year

• Hit 55/72 greens in regulation this week (most in field)

• Second in field this week in approach shot proximity

• 17-for-18 on putts inside 10 feet in final round

Sergio Garcia

• Falls to 3-for-13 with 54-hole lead/co-lead on PGA Tour

• Failed to convert last five 54-hole leads/co-leads

• Recorded over par rounds in each of those five tournaments

• 55 PGA Tour starts since last victory (2012 Wyndham Championship)

• 22nd top-10 finish on PGA Tour since his last victory

• Sixth runner-up finish on Tour in that same span

• Did not make a birdie in final round until 14th hole

• Led field this week in strokes gained tee-to-green

Justin Thomas

• Double bogey at 17; was 7 under entering that hole

• Third top-5 finish this season on PGA Tour (Frys, CIMB)

• Was trying to become first two-time winner on Tour this season

• Ranked second in strokes gained tee-to-green this week

Blayne Barber

• Did not make a birdie over last nine holes

• Best finish of career (39th start)

• Fifth career top-10 finish

Rickie Fowler

• Held 36-hole lead; 0-for-4 converting those into wins on PGA Tour

• Zero bogeys through 36 holes (made eight bogeys or worse on weekend)

• 10 approach shots inside 15 feet through two rounds (zero on weekend)

• Finished sixth or better in 4 of 5 worldwide starts this year