*Davis Love III played his first seven holes in eight-under-par on Sunday. That total breaks the old best birdie-eagle streak of seven-under held by Al Geiberger (1977 Memphis Classic) and Webb Heintzelman (1989 Las Vegas Invitational).
*The 28 by Love on Sunday tied the course and tournament record for best front nine. David Duval fired a 28 during the third round of the 1997 tournament, though he did so under lift, clean and place. The PGA Tour record for lowest front-nine score is 27, set by Mike Souchak (1955 Texas Open) and Andy North (1975 B.C. Open).
*Love's 63 is the lowest final round in tournament history. It is one shot higher than the lowest ever 18-hole score, which was posted by Tom Kite (1983) and Duval (1997). Both Duval and Kite set the record under with lift, clean and place in effect.
*Love's seven-shot come-from-behind victory matches the best in tournament history. Bob Rosberg came from seven back to win in 1961. Love's comeback is the best on Tour since Paul Lawrie came from 10 strokes back to win the 1999 British Open.
*The temperature reached 81-degrees at Pebble Beach on Sunday, breaking the old February 4th mark of 74-degrees set in 1954.
*One week after Woods and Phil Mickelson's consecutive rounds at par or better streaks came to an end, the current leader's ended as well. Brad Faxon's one-over-par 73 on Sunday ended his streak at 28. Next in line is Vijay Singh, whose streak now stands at 20 after his second-place finish.
*Mark Johnson, the beer-truck driver competing in his first PGA Tour event at the age of 46, finished T43 (three-under 285). Johnson opened in seven-under-par 65.
*Woods and Jerry Chang tied Mickelson and Kenny G for the Pro-Am title at 34-under 254. Mickelson and Kenny G had a one-stroke lead coming into the final hole, but both made seven on the par-five. Kenny G's resulted in a net-bogey six. Woods and Mickelson each won $8,750. Chang and Kenny G were presented trophies of Waterford crystal.
*Scott McNealy, a four-handicapper who is CEO for Sunmicrosystems Inc., won the Most Valuable Amateur award. The award is given to the amateur who helps his professional partner the most. McNealy contributed 35 shots over four rounds with Jesper Parnevik.