Stats summary: 2013 PGA Tour season


With the new campaign already upon us – after all, it begins in 17 days, in San Martin, Calif. – let’s take a quick look at the statistical leaders from the recently completed 2013 PGA Tour season:

Money leader: Tiger Woods, $8,553,439

Driving distance: Luke List, 306.3 yards

Driving accuracy: Jerry Kelly, 71.81 percent

Greens in regulation: Henrik Stenson, 71.96 percent

Strokes gained-putting: Greg Chalmers, .854

Scoring average: Tiger Woods, 68.985

Scrambling: Bob Estes, 66.19 percent

Proximity to hole: Jim Furyk, 31 feet, 3 inches

Top-10 finishes: Bill Haas, Brandt Snedeker and Jordan Spieth, 9

Longest drive: Phil Mickelson, 450 yards

Total driving: Graham DeLaet

Ball-striking: Graham DeLaet

All-around ranking: Tiger Woods

Most hole-outs: Brian Davis, 20

Sand save percentage: K.J. Choi, 67.18 percent

Longest putt holed: Marc Leishman, 85 feet, 1 inch at Riviera

Putting from inside 10 feet: Aaron Watkins, 89.83 percent

Putting from inside 5 feet: Greg Chalmers, 98.42 percent

Putting from inside 3 feet: Luke Donald, Sergio Garcia, Freddie Jacobson, Jin Park and Gary Woodland, 100 percent

Rounds in the 60s: Brendon De Jonge, 48

Total birdies: Brendon de Jonge, 399

Birdie average: Phil Mickelson, 4.22 per round

Par 3 performance: Richard Lee, -12

Par 4 performance: Steve Stricker, -30

Par 5 performance: Brendon de Jonge, -139

Early scoring average: Steve Stricker, 68.18

Late scoring average: Steve Stricker, 69.50

Consecutive fairways hit: Ryan Moore, 40

Consecutive greens hit: Charlie Wi, 32

Best streak without a three-putt: Bob Estes, 292 holes

Current streak without a three-putt: Hunter Mahan, 187 holes

Consecutive holes below par: Russell Henley, Matt Jones and Brandt Snedeker, 7

Consecutive cuts: Matt Kuchar, 27