By the numbers: Key stats from Spieth's win


Jordan Spieth cruised to his ninth career PGA Tour victory Sunday at Pebble Beach. Here are the key stats from his victory at the AT&T provided by the Golf Channel Editorial Research Unit.

Jordan Spieth

• Ninth career PGA Tour win at 23 years, 6 months, 16 days old

• Second-youngest in modern era to win nine times (Tiger Woods, 23-5-7)

• Youngest in PGA Tour history to win five times by three or more shots

• Converted 7 of last 8 54-hole leads/co-leads on PGA Tour

• Began career failing to convert any of first four such leads

• Ninth PGA Tour win since beginning of 2013; ties Day for most in that span

• Hit 12 straight greens in regulation to begin final round

• Youngest winner of this tournament since John Cook in 1981

• Cook was 2 months younger than Spieth at time of his victory that year

• First career PGA Tour win in state of California

• Wins in his 100th PGA Tour start as a professional

• Third top-10 in this event in last four years (T-4 in ’14, T-7 in ’15)

• Projected to remain sixth in Official World Golf Ranking

• Second win in last six worldwide starts (Australian Open)

• Third in field in GIR this week (leads PGA Tour this season in GIR)

• Seventh consecutive win by player under age 30 on PGA Tour

• Ties longest such streak on PGA Tour dating to 1970 (two other occurrences)

• Average age of last seven PGA Tour winners: 24.1

Brandt Snedeker

• Third career top-10 in this event (won other two instances)

• Second consecutive top-10 finish (T-9 at Farmers Insurance Open)

• Played first six holes of Pebble Beach in 7 under par last two days

Kelly Kraft

• Best finish of PGA Tour career (previous best: T-5, ’16 John Deere)

• Second career top-10 finish on PGA Tour (41st career start)

• $612,000 in career PGA Tour earnings entering week ($777,000 today)

Dustin Johnson

• Seventh career top-10 in 10 career starts in this event

• Made one bogey over last 40 holes this week (11 under in span)

• Played last nine holes of tournament in 4 under

Phil Mickelson

• 77; worst score at Pebble Beach since third round in 2008

• Shot 8-over 44 on back nine (two bogeys, double and quad)

• Quadruple-bogey at 15; first career quad/worse at Pebble in this event