By the numbers: Key stats from Scott's win at Doral


Adam Scott made a clutch par on 18 to win for the second week in a row. Here are the key stats from his victory Sunday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship provided by the Golf Channel Research Department.

Adam Scott

• Played last 13 holes of final round in 6 under (zero bogeys)

• Second player since 1990 to win in consecutive weeks on Florida Swing

• Only other player to do it in that span was Tiger Woods in 2001

• Woods went on to win the Masters later that year

• First time in PGA Tour career to win in consecutive starts

• First player to win in consecutive weeks since Billy Horschel in 2014 FedEx Cup Playoffs

• Has been inside top-5 after nine of last 12 PGA Tour rounds contested

• 13th career PGA Tour win; fourth-most among players since 2003

• Only Woods, Vijay Singh and Phil Mickelson have more wins in that span

• Two more wins than any other player currently under age 40 (Rory McIlroy has 11 wins)

• Third-most wins among Australian players since 1960 (Greg Norman, Bruce Crampton)

• Fourth player in last 30 years to make multiple final round double bogeys and win

Padraig Harrington at 2015 Honda Classic was previous to do it

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

• Second in field in strokes gained tee-to-green, T-3 in GIR

• Projected to move to sixth in Official World Golf Ranking

Bubba Watson

• Finished solo second; 14th career runner-up finish on PGA Tour

• Finished runner-up at Doral in both 2012 and 2014 (won Masters both years)

• Fourth top-3 finish in this event in last five years (zero wins)

• Was trying to win in consecutive starts for first time in career

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

• Tied with Adam Scott for lead in par 5 scoring this week

Danny Willett

• Second consecutive top-3 finish in a WGC (T-3 in China in fall)

• Third career top-5 finish on PGA Tour (all three have come in WGCs)

• Was trying to become fourth Englishman to win a WGC (Ian Poulter, Luke Donald, Justin Rose)

• Hit tee shot into water on 18 (finished two shots back of Scott)

Rory McIlroy

• Only birdie of round came on 16th hole

• Falls to six-for-nine converting outright 54-hole leads on PGA Tour

• Second time in career to not win when leading by three strokes or more after 54 holes

• Other instance came at 2011 Masters (had four-shot lead)

• Finished 14th in strokes gained-putting this week (used new grip)

Phil Mickelson

• Third top-5 finish this season (equals total from all of 2015)

• Had four top-5 finishes on PGA Tour in 2014 and 2015 combined

• Fourth career top-5 finish at Doral (second in last four years, -3 in 2013)

Steven Bowditch

• 37 over par, shot 80 or worse in all four rounds this week

• Only player last 30 PGA Tour seasons to record 80 or higher in all four rounds

• Shot 84 in final round; played in 2 hours, 15 minutes