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Stats summary: 2013 PGA Tour season

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MOBILE, AL - NOVEMBER 10: Ben Barry of Tuscaloosa carries a stuffed Pink Panther on his shoulders as he follows Paula Creamer through her third round play in The Mitchell Company LPGA Tournament of Champions at Magnolia Grove Golf Course on November 10, 2007 in Mobile, Alabama. Creamer is nicknamed the Pink Panther. (Photo by Dave Martin/Getty Images)  - 

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