PGA TOUR Statistics – 2019 Crazy Streaks

The end of the 2018-2019 PGA TOUR Season got me to thinking. So much has been made lately about technology in the game. What about the technology that you don’t actually use or always see? The technology that tracks statistics for the TOUR. I figured there had to be some neat and crazy stats out there we could talk about.

Well, they weren’t all that hard to find. We all know one of the most difficult elements of golf is maintaining consistency at any level. The pros just do it at a different level. I decided to dig into the consistency of these guys. I found some really interesting streaks from this year.

Take a look at some of these PGA TOUR statistics and the crazy good streaks some guys put together this year.


Consecutive Fairways Hit

  1. Ryan Armour – 53
  2. Martin Laird – 40
  3. Brice Garnett – 34


Consecutive GIR

  1. Gary Woodland – 36
  2. Charles Howell III – 35
  3. Jason Dufner & Billy Horschel – 31


1-Putt or Better Streak (holes)

  1. Brian Stuard – 17
  2. Graeme McDowell & Ollie Schniederhans – 15

Streak Without a 3-Putt (holes)

  1. Webb Simpson – 361
  2. Brian Harman – 356
  3. Wyndham Clark – 326


Consecutive Par 3 Birdies

  1. Cam Champ & Patton Kizzire – 5

Consecutive Par 4 Birdies

  1. Dominic Bozzelli, Doug Ghim, Nicholas Lindheim & Adam Svensson – 6

Consecutive Par 5 Birdies

  1. Billy Hurley III & Brooks Koepka – 16

Consecutive Birdies Streak

  1. Jason Dufner, Ryan Palmer & Xander Schauffele – 7

Consecutive Birdies/Eagles Streak

  1. Cam Champ, Tommy Fleetwood, Tom Lovelady & Carlos Ortiz – 6

Rounds in 60s Streak

  1. Dustin Johnson – 14
  2. Viktor Hovland & Roger Sloan – 13

Sub-Par Rounds Streak

  1. Vaughn Taylor – 18
  2. Roberto Castro & Harold Varner III – 17

Par or Better Streak (rounds)

  1. Graeme McDowell – 29
  2. Joel Dahmen – 28
  3. Webb Simpson – 24

These Guys Are Good

Every one of these streaks is absolutely mind blowing to me. It also goes to show how truly deep professional golf is. Roger Sloan? Roberto Castro? Tom Lovelady? I would not have even known some of these guys got enough starts this year to qualify for official statistics. It will be exciting to say how these PGA TOUR statistics take shape when the 2019-2020 season starts a little less than three weeks from now, September 12-15 at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier.

The Doctor Is Out…

Doc Mulligan

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