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1. From 1997-2008, Tiger was a combined 126 under par in majors. There are 138 other players who played at least 40 rounds in major championships in that span. Woods was a staggering 189 shots better than anyone else. Second on the list: Joe Ogilvie (63 over).
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Tiger has a career scoring average of 70.86 in the Masters. That is the best career scoring average in that event for any player with at least 50 rounds played.
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Tiger went 142 consecutive PGA Tour events without missing a cut from 1998-2005. That is 29 more than the second-longest streak in the Tour’s history (Byron Nelson, 113).
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Tiger has 18 career World Golf Championship victories. No one else has more than three.
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From 1997-2008, Tiger led or co-led following any round in a major 42 different times. Second on the list in that span was Phil Mickelson (13).
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Tiger has won five straight PGA Tour starts three different times. Over the last 60 years, he is the only player to do it once.
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There are five instances in PGA Tour history where a player won a single PGA Tour event seven or more times. Tiger owns four of them - Arnold Palmer Invitational, Farmers Insurance Open, WGC-Bridgestone, WGC-Cadillac (now Mexico).
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During the 2000 PGA Tour season, Tiger recorded one round higher than 73. It came in the first round of the Masters. He shot 75, on a day when the field averaged 75.59.
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Tiger won 46 times in his 20s, 16 more than any other player in PGA Tour history (Jack Nicklaus is second). During that same span, the player with the second-most victories before age 30 was David Duval (13).
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Tiger has won 14 major championships. No other player currently age 40 or younger has more than 13 career regular PGA Tour wins (Adam Scott).
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Adjusted scoring averages have been calculated on the PGA Tour since 1988. There are six instances where a player’s season adjusted scoring average was better than 68.6. They all belong to Tiger.
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Tiger has missed 15 cuts on the PGA Tour as a professional. Jordan Spieth has missed 14. Spieth was three years old when Tiger turned pro.
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Tiger’s 46 PGA Tour wins before he turned 30 would be eighth on the overall all-time wins list – one ahead of Walter Hagen.
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Tiger has held the outright 36-hole lead 33 times in his Tour career. He went on to win 28 of them (84.8 percent). Jack Nicklaus’ 36-hole outright conversion rate was 63 percent.
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Tiger has held the outright 54-hole lead 45 times in his PGA Tour career. He went on to win 43 of them, good for a 95.6 percent clip.
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In majors from 1997-2008, Tiger recorded 34 different rounds of 67 or better. No other player had more than 16 in that span.
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Tiger is 16-1 in his career in playoffs on the PGA and European tours. His only defeat came to Billy Mayfair at the 1998 Nissan Open.
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Tiger won 10 majors before his 30th birthday. Since the first Masters was held in 1934, the only player to even win five majors before turning 30 was Jack Nicklaus (7).
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From the 1999 PGA Championship through the 2002 U.S. Open, Tiger won seven of 11 majors. He was a cumulative 94 under par – 60 shots better than any other player.
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Tiger completed the career Grand Slam at age 24. Not only is he the youngest player to win the slam, but only five other players in the last 50 years have won a major at age 24 or younger.
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From 2002-05, Tiger had 1,540 putts from 3 feet and in on the PGA Tour. He only missed three of them.
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Tiger has won nine USGA Championships in his career, tied with Bobby Jones for most all-time. He won the 2000 U.S. Open by 15 shots. No other player in the last 100 years has won a U.S. Open by more than nine shots.
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Tiger is the only player in history to win the U.S. Junior Amateur, U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open in his career. He won three of each.
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The last of Tiger’s four straight major wins (2001 Masters) came at age 25. The only other players in the modern era to even win four career majors (not consecutive) at age 25 or younger are Jack Nicklaus and Rory McIlroy.
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A player has won a major championship with a score of 18 under or better nine times. Tiger has done it five times.
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Tiger has spent 683 weeks as world No. 1 – 352 weeks (more than six years) more than any other player in OWGR history (Greg Norman is second).
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Tiger was a combined 82 under at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational from 1999-2009, 49 shots better than anyone else in that span. Tiger has racked up $11 million in official earnings in that event alone.
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Tiger was a combined 53 under in the majors in 2000. That was 35 shots better than anyone else.
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Tiger has earned more than $110 million in official earnings in his PGA Tour career. The year before he turned pro, the Tour’s all-time career earnings leader was Greg Norman – at $9.59 million.
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Tiger won 32 times on the PGA Tour from 1999-2003. No other player won more than eight times in that span.
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