Jordan Spieth wasted no time punching his ticket to the 2017 Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Here are some key stats on his eight-shot victory at Kapalua from Golf Channel’s editorial research unit.
Jordan Spieth (67)
• 30 under; second-lowest 72-hole score to par by PGA Tour winner all-time
• Only score lower – Ernie Els in 2003 at Kapalua (31 under)
• Seventh career PGA Tour victory (22 years old)
• Third-youngest player in PGA Tour history to win seven times
• Only two players younger were Horton Smith and Tiger Woods
• Seven wins since beginning of 2013 is most on PGA Tour in span
• Fourth reigning PGA Tour Player of the Year to win Tournament of Champions (Woods, Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus)
• Second world No. 1 to win at Kapalua (Tiger Woods in 2000)
• Fifth consecutive 54-hole lead/share converted on PGA Tour
• Failed to convert any of first four of his career
• All eight career rounds in this event have been under par
• Has been either first or second after all eight career rounds at Kapalua
• Eight-shot margin of victory; largest of career
• Last two PGA Tour wins have been by eight and four (Tour Championship)
• In eight career rounds on The Plantation Course, Jordan Spieth has made a total of four bogeys and is 48 under par.
• Career scoring average of 67.0 is the best in tournament history for any player with at least eight career rounds played.
• Has three wins of four shots or more since the beginning of last season, most of any player in that span.
Patrick Reed (69)
• 22 under; only one bogey all week (fewest in field)
• Second career runner-up finish on PGA Tour (Spieth won both times)
• Seventh consecutive top-10 finish worldwide dating to last year
• All 12 career rounds in this event have been par or better