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By the numbers: Key stats from Fowler's Hero win

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Rickie Fowler won the trophy, but Tiger Woods was impressive, too, on Sunday at the Hero World Challenge. Here are the key stats from the final round.

Tiger Woods

• Lowest final round score since 2015 National

• First time finishing final round of tournament in 364 days (this event last year)

• Second time finishing 72 holes in official event in 833 days (2016 Hero the other)

• Most birdies/eagles in final round (seven) since 2012 Memorial

• Projected to move as high as 659 in World Ranking (1,199 this week)

• Hit 13/14 fairways; has hit 14/14 just twice since 1999 on PGA Tour

• Eagle on No. 7; first eagle on par 4 since final round of 2010 Masters (also hole 7)

• First time with multiple eagles in tournament since 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational

• 5-under 31 on front nine; second 31 on front side this week (second round)

• 5 under in second round was best 9-hole score to par since this event in 2013

• Double bogey at 10; snapped 14-hole stretch of 7-under golf

• 7-for-14 scrambling over last two rounds (3-for-5 on Sunday)

• Finished one shot ahead of Justin Thomas; eight shots ahead of world No. 1 Dustin Johnson

Rickie Fowler

• Second worldwide win of 2017 (Honda Classic)

• 11-under 61 in final round; lowest round worldwide as professional

• Lowest round in tournament history regardless of course

• Trailed Charley Hoffman by seven shots entering final round

• Largest final round deficit overcome in any worldwide win

• Largest 54-hole deficit overcome to win in tournament history

• Eighth top-10 finish in last 11 worldwide starts

• Finished either first or second in 3 of last 4 worldwide starts

• Seven straight birdies to begin final round; made turn in 8 under

• Longest birdie streak of career (official or unofficial events)

• Best 9-hole score in official PGA Tour event is 29 (three instances)

Charley Hoffman

• Third runner-up finish worldwide in 2017 (API, Canadian)

• Started final round with five-shot lead over two players

• 0-for-4 in official events with 54-hole lead (unofficial this week)

• Played first eight holes of final round in 1 over par

(Stats provided by the Golf Channel editorial research unit)