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By the numbers: Key stats from Hurley's first win

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Billy Hurley III won his first PGA Tour title Sunday at the Quicken Loans National. Here are the key stats from Congressional provided by the Golf Channel research department.

Billy Hurley III

• Fourth player to get first PGA Tour win at Congressional

• First since Bill Glasson in 1985 to get first win at Congressional

• Had not finished better than T-41 this season entering week

• First military academy graduate to earn PGA Tour card

• Third first-time winner this season age 34 or older

• Other two this season – William McGirt and Jim Herman

• Projected to jump 443 spots in World Ranking to 164th

• Earns spot in 2016 Open Championship (second Open start)

• Earns invitation to 2017 Masters (will be first Masters)

• Earns spot in 2016 PGA Championship (tournament debut)

• 14th first-time winner on PGA Tour this season (11 all last season)

Vijay Singh

• 6-under in final round; lowest final round on PGA Tour since 2011

• First runner-up finish on PGA Tour since 2013 Open

• 53 years old; was trying to become oldest winner in Tour history

• 15/18 GIR; hit 15 or more greens in three of four rounds this week

• 17-for-18 on putts inside 10 feet in final round

Jon Rahm

• 13 under, T-3; 2 under over last two rounds (was 11 under through 36 holes)

• Professional debut; was low amateur at U.S. Open

• Last to win in pro debut on PGA Tour – Russell Henley, 2013 Sony Open

• Qualifies for 2016 Open Championship (tournament debut)

• Two birdies in final round (five or more in each of first three rounds)

Bill Haas

• T-3; fifth top-10 finish this season

• Did not make a bogey over last 61 holes of tournament

• Third in field in strokes gained tee-to-green

Ernie Els

• 1-over 72 in final round; finishes solo fifth

• Best finish since 2014 Barclays

• Had missed four consecutive cuts on PGA Tour entering week

• Six bogeys or worse Sunday (had four through first three rounds combined)

Harold Varner III

• Earns spot in 2016 Open Championship (tournament debut)

• Will make second major start (missed cut in 2013 U.S. Open)