Tiger Woods tied Sam Snead on the all-time PGA Tour wins list by capturing his 82nd title at the Zozo Championship. Here's a breakdown of Woods' winning record on Tour, courtesy the Golf Channel Research Unit.
Woods has won 22.8% of his total PGA Tour starts (82 of 359).
Seven PGA Tour events have accounted for 45 of his 82 PGA Tour wins (54.9%; chart below).
Woods won at least five consecutive Tour events on three occasions and twice won nine of 12 starts.
Woods won 32 times in a five-year span from 1999-2003. During that time, no one else on Tour won more than five times.
Woods’ longest victory drought was 1,876 days (more than five years) between the 2013 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and the 2018 Tour Championship.
Woods has won 26 different PGA Tour events. His 82 total wins have come in 16 different states and seven countries.
Woods has an 11-1 playoff record, the best winning percentage (91.7%) of any player with more than five playoff appearances.
PGA Tour wins by decade
- 1990s: 15
- 2000s: 56
- 2010s: 11
Most wins in a PGA Tour event
- WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational (Akron): 8
- Arnold Palmer Invitational: 8
- Farmers Insurance Open: 7
- WGC-Mexico Championship (Doral): 7
- Masters Tournament: 5
- Memorial Tournament: 5
- BMW Championship: 5
Best performance in a Tour win
- Lowest 72-hole score: 257 (2007 Tour Championship)
- Most birdies: 28 (2006 Buick Open, 2007 Tour Championship)
- Largest winning margin: 15 (2000 U.S. Open)
- Largest final-round comeback: 5 (2000 AT&T Pebble Beach, 2009 Arnold Palmer Inv.)