Here’s who led the PGA Tour in every major stat during the 2020-21 ‘super’ season


Fifty events, 43 winners, 14 playoffs, 641 players competing in total, 1.3 million strokes taken, 58,000 miles traveled. These are just some of the numbers the PGA Tour compiled to help provide context to the 2020-21 campaign that wrapped up at the Tour Championship.

It was a season unlike any other, given the additional events played in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

With all the shots counted, we thought it might be interesting to see who finished the season as the leader in a variety of PGA Tour stats. Suffice to say, you’ll see a few names repeated here. They’re the ones who also are in the running for PGA Tour player-of-the-year honors.

Driving Distance
Bryson DeChambeau, 323.7 yards

Longest Drive
Lee Westwood, 425 yards
TPC Craig Ranch (AT&T Byron Nelson) Rnd 3 – Hole 8
Par 4 482 Yards

Driving Accuracy Percentage
Brendon Todd, 75.25

Greens in Regulation Percentage
Cameron Percy, 72.58

Jon Rahm, 1.767

Bryson DeChambeau, 1.162

SG/Approach the Green
Collin Morikawa, 1.170

SG/Around the green
Kevin Na, 0.702

Louis Oosthuizen, 0.764

Putting Average
Cameron Smith, 1.689

Total Eagles
Cam Davis, 20

Total Birdies
Sungjae Im, 498

Scoring Average
Jon Rahm, 69.3

Scoring Avg. Before Cut
Jon Rahm, 68.88

Round 3 Scoring Avg.
Sergio Garcia, 68.36

Final Round Scoring Avg.
Tyrrell Hatton, 68.55

Sand Save Percentage
Brooks Koepka, 65.38

Official Money
Jon Rahm, $7,705,933

Par Breakers
Bryson DeChambeau, 26.32

Par 3 Birdie or Better Leaders
Justin Rose, 20.27

Par 4 Birdie or Better Leaders
Sam Burns, 21.24

Par 5 Birdie or Better Leaders
Bryson DeChambeau, 59.16

Birdie or Better Conversion Percentage
Cameron Smith, 37.47

Top-10 Finishes
Jon Rahm, 15

Eagles (Holes per)
Bryson DeChambeau, 75.8

Birdie Average
(tie) Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, 4.51

Patrick Cantlay, 67.3

Bounce Back
Adam Scott, 32.02

Par 3 Performance
Stewart Cink, -14

Par 4 Performance
Emiliano Grillo, -44

Par 5 Performance
Sungjae Im, -174

GIR Percentage from Fairway
Jon Rahm, 84.28

GIR Percentage from Other than Fairway
Adam Schenk, 60.61

Par 3 Scoring Avg.
(tie) Stewart Cink, Jon Rahm, 2.96

Par 4 Scoring Avg.
(tie) Seamus Power, Patrick Cantlay, 3.95

Par 5 Scoring Avg.
(tie) Cameron Smith, Bryson DeChambeau, 4.45

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