Stats incredible: Rory's record-setting week


World No. 1 Rory McIlroy won his 11th PGA Tour title Sunday at the Wells Fargo Championship, and he set plenty of records along the way. Here's a look inside the numbers provided by the Golf Channel research unit.

• First player to win this event multiple times

• 11 wins since beginning of 2010 (three more than anyone else in that span)

• Most PGA Tour wins by international player before 30th birthday; breaks old mark set by Gary Player (10)

• Only player currently under age 40 with more wins is Tiger Woods (79, age 39)

• Last four starts: 4th, Win, T-8, Win

• 118 career birdies made in this tournament (most of any player since 2010)

• Sixth straight week that PGA Tour winner ranked in top 15 in OWGR

• Third PGA Tour win by 7+ shots since 2010 (rest of Tour has four combined in that span)

• Led field in driving distance this week, T2 in total driving

Notable Tournament Records Set or Broken

• Lowest score (267, -21)

• Largest margin of victory (seven strokes)

• Lowest round (61, third round)

• Most birdies made (27)

McIlroy has now won six times in his last 19 starts around the world. He has 12 top-5 finishes in that span, including all three majors played (two wins and a T-4).

Worldwide Since 2014 Open Championship
Starts: 19
Wins: 6
Top 5s: 12
Top 10s: 15
Outside top 25: 1

Most PGA Tour Wins Since Beginning of 2010

Rory McIlroy: 11

Tiger Woods: 8

Justin Rose: 7

Dustin Johnson: 7

Bubba Watson: 7