List of career achievements by Tiger Woods

For his detailed tournament performances, see List of tournament performances by Tiger Woods.

This page details statistics, records, and other achievements pertaining to Tiger Woods.

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Career records and statisticsEdit

  1. Woods has won 82 official PGA Tour events, tied with Sam Snead also 82, and nine ahead of Jack Nicklaus's 73 wins. (See List of golfers with most PGA Tour wins.)
  2. Woods has won 15 majors, second all time behind Jack Nicklaus' 18.
  3. Woods is 14–1 when going into the final round of a major with at least a share of the lead.
  4. Woods scoring average in 2000 is the lowest in PGA Tour history, both adjusted, 67.79, and unadjusted, 68.17.[1]
  5. Woods has the lowest career scoring average in PGA Tour history.
  6. Woods has amassed the most career earnings of any player in PGA Tour history (even after inflation is considered).
  7. Woods is one of five players (along with Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, and Jack Nicklaus) to have won all four professional major championships in his career, known as the Career Grand Slam, and was the youngest to do so.[2]
  8. Woods is the only player to have won all four professional major championships in a row, accomplishing the feat in the 2000–2001 seasons. This feat became known as the "Tiger Slam".
  9. Woods set the all-time PGA Tour record for most consecutive cuts made, with 142. The streak started in 1998, he set the record at the 2003 Tour Championship with 114 (passing Byron Nelson's previous record of 113 and Jack Nicklaus at 105) and extended this mark to 142 before it ended on May 13, 2005 at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship. Many consider this to be one of the most remarkable golf accomplishments of all time, given the margin by which he broke the old record and given that during the streak, the next longest streak by any other player was usually only in the 10s or 20s.[3][4][5][6] When Byron Nelson played far fewer players made the cut in a given event.[citation needed]
  10. Woods has won a record 22.8% (82 out of 359) of his professional starts on the PGA Tour.
  11. Woods is the only golfer to have won the U.S. Amateur three consecutive times (1994–1996).

Awards recordsEdit

  1. Woods has been the PGA Player of the Year a record eleven times.
  2. Woods has been the PGA Tour Player of the Year a record eleven times.
  3. Woods has been the PGA Tour Money Leader a record ten times.
  4. Woods has been the Vardon Trophy winner a record nine times.
  5. Woods has been the recipient of the Byron Nelson Award a record nine times.

MiscellaneousEdit

  1. Woods owns a 55–4 record when holding at least a share of the lead after 54 holes, and 44–2 record when holding the outright lead.[7]
  2. Woods has only lost once when leading by more than one shot after 54 holes. Yang Yong-eun began the final round of the 2009 PGA Championship two strokes behind Woods and defeated him by three strokes.
  3. Woods has a 39–11 record when leading after 36 holes in Tour events, including an 8–3 record in majors.[8]
  4. Woods has won 14 tournaments wire-to-wire, including seven times while holding the lead outright after each round: 2000 U.S. Open, 2000 PGA Championship (tied after 1st and 4th rounds), 2000 WGC-NEC Invitational, 2002 Bay Hill Invitational (tied after 1st round), 2002 U.S. Open, 2002 WGC-American Express Championship, 2003 Western Open, 2005 Open Championship, 2005 WGC-NEC Invitational (tied after 1st, 2nd and 3rd rounds), 2006 Ford Championship at Doral (tied after 2nd round), 2006 WGC-American Express Championship, 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship (tied after 1st round), 2018 Tour Championship (tied after 1st and 2nd rounds), 2019 Zozo Championship (tied after 1st round)
  5. Woods has successfully defended a title 24 times on the PGA Tour
  6. Woods has finished runner-up 31 times, and in third place 19 times.
  7. Woods has spent the most consecutive and cumulative weeks atop the world rankings.
  8. Woods holds the PGA Tour record for most consecutive rounds at par or better with 52. The streak began in the second round of the 2000 GTE Byron Nelson Classic and ended in the second round of the 2001 Phoenix Open. When including non-PGA Tour events, the streak was 66.[9]
  9. Woods' win at the 2005 Open Championship made him only the second golfer (after Nicklaus) to have won all four majors more than once. With his win in the 2008 U.S. Open, Woods joined Nicklaus as the only golfers to win each major at least three times.
  10. Woods' victory at the 2006 WGC-American Express Championship, he became the first player in PGA Tour history to win at least eight times in three different seasons.
  11. Woods' victory in the Buick Invitational in January 2007 placed him 2nd for the longest PGA Tour win streak at 7 (consecutive wins in PGA events entered), trailing only Nelson's streak of 11 wins in 1945.
  12. Woods became the first golfer to win five PGA Tour events five or more times at the 2009 BMW Championship. In order of his accomplishment: WGC-CA Championship, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Buick Invitational, Arnold Palmer Invitational, and BMW Championship.
  13. Woods' win at the U.S. Open in 2008 made him the sixth person to win the U.S. Open three or more times, the first person to win a PGA Tour tournament on the same course seven times, and the first person to win two tournaments at the same golf course in the same season.
  14. Woods has hit a combined total twenty holes-in-one in the course of his lifetime—his first at the age of six. Three have come in PGA Tour competition, at the 1996 Greater Milwaukee Open, 1997 Phoenix Open, and 1998 Sprint International.[10]
  15. Woods is the only professional golfer to win four majors in a row.
  16. Woods finally came from behind in a major championship to win the 2019 Masters.
  17. At the 2002 Mercedes Championships at the Plantation Course at the Kapalua Resort in Hawaii, Woods hit a 498-yard drive on the par-5 18th. That shot is the longest drive in the history of the PGA Tour recorded by ShotLink, the PGA Tour's data gathering information system.[11]

Major championshipsEdit

Wins (15)Edit

Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner(s)-up
1997 Masters Tournament 9 shot lead −18 (70-66-65-69=270) 12 strokes   Tom Kite
1999 PGA Championship Tied for lead −11 (70-67-68-72=277) 1 stroke   Sergio García
2000 U.S. Open 10 shot lead −12 (65-69-71-67=272) 15 strokes   Ernie Els,   Miguel Ángel Jiménez
2000 The Open Championship 6 shot lead −19 (67-66-67-69=269) 8 strokes   Thomas Bjørn,   Ernie Els
2000 PGA Championship (2) 1 shot lead −18 (66-67-70-67=270) Playoff1   Bob May
2001 Masters Tournament (2) 1 shot lead −16 (70-66-68-68=272) 2 strokes   David Duval
2002 Masters Tournament (3) Tied for lead −12 (70-69-66-71=276) 3 strokes   Retief Goosen
2002 U.S. Open (2) 4 shot lead −3 (67-68-70-72=277) 3 strokes   Phil Mickelson
2005 Masters Tournament (4) 3 shot lead −12 (74-66-65-71=276) Playoff2   Chris DiMarco
2005 The Open Championship (2) 2 shot lead −14 (66-67-71-70=274) 5 strokes   Colin Montgomerie
2006 The Open Championship (3) 1 shot lead −18 (67-65-71-67=270) 2 strokes   Chris DiMarco
2006 PGA Championship (3) Tied for lead −18 (69-68-65-68=270) 5 strokes   Shaun Micheel
2007 PGA Championship (4) 3 shot lead −8 (71-63-69-69=272) 2 strokes   Woody Austin
2008 U.S. Open (3) 1 shot lead −1 (72-68-70-73=283) Playoff3   Rocco Mediate
2019 Masters Tournament (5) 2 shot deficit −13 (70-68-67-70=275) 1 stroke   Dustin Johnson,   Xander Schauffele,
  Brooks Koepka

1Defeated May in three-hole aggregate playoff by 1 stroke: Woods (3-4-5=12), May (4-4-5=13)
2Defeated DiMarco in a sudden-death playoff: Woods (3) and DiMarco (4).
3Defeated Mediate with a par on 1st sudden death hole after 18-hole playoff was tied at even par 71

Records and triviaEdit

  • In all of his major victories, he has had the outright lead or a share of the lead at the end of the third round, except his victory at the 2019 Masters. He has had the outright lead or a share of the lead 11 times at the end of the second round and has only lost three times.
  • Woods holds at least a share of the record for lowest 72-hole score in relation to par in one of the four majors. Note that the "to par" and "low 72-holes" records are not always the same because, while most championship golf courses have a par of 72, or 288 for four rounds, some have a par of 71 or 70.
  • Woods is the only player to have won multiple professional majors in consecutive years, 2005 and 2006.
  • Woods has won two or more majors in a year four times. He trails only Jack Nicklaus, who won two majors in a season five times (1963, '66, '72, '75 and '80).[12]
  • Woods, Nicklaus, Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler are the only players to have finished in the top 5 in all four majors in a year. Woods and Nicklaus have both achieved this twice: Woods in 2000 and 2005, and Nicklaus in 1971 and 1973. Fowler joined the list in 2014, Spieth joined in 2015, and Koepka joined in 2019.
  • Woods and Bobby Jones are the only golfers to have won 10 majors before the age of 30. Jones achieved 13 majors in 21 attempts, (winning percentage 62%), while Woods achieved 10 wins in 44 attempts (a 23% winning ratio).[13]
  • Woods is only the second player all-time to win three major championships in a calendar year (2000) winning the U.S. Open, The Open Championship, and the PGA Championship respectively, along with Ben Hogan who accomplished this feat in (1953) with The Masters, the U.S. Open, and The Open Championships.
  • Woods is the second player to have won the career grand slam three times along with Jack Nicklaus. Woods is the only professional golfer to win four majors in a row.
  • Tiger Woods won in all of Jack Nicklaus' last major appearances: Masters (2005), U.S. Open (2000), Open Championship (2005) and PGA (2000).

Masters TournamentEdit

  • In 1997 Woods set records for the lowest aggregate and to-par score with 270 strokes (18 under par); the record was tied by Jordan Spieth in 2015 and broken by Dustin Johnson in 2020, who finished with 268 strokes (20 under par).
  • Woods holds the record for the largest margin of victory at the Masters: 12 strokes (1997)
  • Woods became the youngest winner in 1997 at the age of 21 years, 104 days; in 2019 he became the second oldest player to win the Masters at 43 years old.
  • His win made him the first winner of The Masters, or any other (under-50) men's major, of African or Asian descent. He, the Indian Fijian Vijay Singh, and the South Korean Yang Yong-eun are the only winners of any major of such descent. The only other major winner whose primary ethnic heritage is undeniably non-European is 2005 U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell, a Māori from New Zealand.
  • After a front-nine 40 in the first round (four over par), Woods played the final 63 holes 22-under par (1997)
  • He played 72 holes without a single three-putt[when?]
  • Woods set a record with the lowest back-to-back total for two rounds: 131 (65-66).[when?] The record was broken by Jordan Spieth in 2015.

U.S. OpenEdit

  • Woods holds the record for the largest margin of victory at the U.S. Open based on 72 holes (no playoffs): 15 strokes (2000). (In 1929, Bobby Jones had a margin of victory of 23 strokes, but that tournament was played over 108 holes, as a 36-hole playoff was played as he and Al Espinosa were tied; Jones (141) defeated Espinosa (164) in the playoff.)
  • Also in 2000, Woods became the first player to finish a U.S. Open at double digits under par. (In 1992, Gil Morgan was the first ever to be double digits under par at any stage of a U.S. Open, but failed to finish in double digits under par, and indeed failed to win that event, with Tom Kite winning instead.)
  • Woods was the only player to finish under par at the following U.S. Opens:
  • With his win in 2008, Woods equaled Jack Nicklaus' feat of winning each major at least three times.
    • The 2008 win is the final U.S. Open to play more than 90 holes (91), as subsequent playoffs are now only two holes.

The Open ChampionshipEdit

  • Woods shares the record for largest margin of victory at a post-1900 Open Championship: 8 strokes (2000)
  • Woods became the fifth player to achieve the Career Grand Slam, and the youngest player (24 years, 206 days) to do so, breaking the mark held by Nicklaus (26 years, 6 months at the 1966 Open)
  • He became the fastest to win all four majors – in his 93rd sanctioned tournament, compared with 125 for Nicklaus
  • He became the youngest to win a fourth major championship, breaking the mark held by Nicklaus (25 years, 80 days at the 1965 Masters)
  • In 2006, Woods became the first player to win the Open Championship in back-to-back years since Tom Watson in 1982–83
  • He became the first golfer since Watson in 1982 to win the U.S. Open and Open Championship in the same year

PGA ChampionshipEdit

  • With his 2006 PGA Championship win, Woods became the only golfer to have won all 4 majors by at least 5 strokes
  • Woods was the only player in the stroke-play era (since 1958) to repeat as PGA champion until Brooks Koepka equaled this feat in 2019.
  • Woods' wins at Medinah in 1999 and 2006 make him the only player to win the PGA Championship twice on the same course.
  • Woods’ second round 63 in the 2007 PGA Championship tied the record for second lowest single-round score in major championship history
  • Woods is the only player to win the PGA Championship back-to-back on two different occasions: 1999–2000 and 2006–2007.

Results timelineEdit

Results not in chronological order in 2020.

Tournament 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
Masters Tournament T41LA CUT 1 T8 T18
U.S. Open WD T82 T19 T18 T3
The Open Championship T68 T22LA T24 3 T7
PGA Championship T29 T10 1
Tournament 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Masters Tournament 5 1 1 T15 T22 1 T3 T2 2 T6
U.S. Open 1 T12 1 T20 T17 2 CUT T2 1 T6
The Open Championship 1 T25 T28 T4 T9 1 1 T12 CUT
PGA Championship 1 T29 2 T39 T24 T4 1 1 2
Tournament 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Masters Tournament T4 T4 T40 T4 T17 T32
U.S. Open T4 T21 T32 CUT CUT
The Open Championship T23 T3 T6 69 CUT T6
PGA Championship T28 CUT T11 T40 CUT CUT 2
Tournament 2019 2020
Masters Tournament 1 T38
PGA Championship CUT T37
U.S. Open T21 CUT
The Open Championship CUT NT
  Win
  Top 10
  Did not play

LA = Low amateur
CUT = missed the half-way cut
WD = withdrew
"T" indicates a tie for a place.
NT = No tournament due to COVID-19 pandemic

SummaryEdit

Tournament Wins 2nd 3rd Top-5 Top-10 Top-25 Events Cuts made
Masters Tournament 5 2 1 12 14 18 23 22
PGA Championship 4 3 0 8 9 11 21 17
U.S. Open 3 2 1 7 8 15 22 17
The Open Championship 3 0 2 6 10 15 21 18
Totals 15 7 4 33 41 59 86 73
  • Most consecutive cuts made – 39 (1996 U.S. Open – 2006 Masters)
  • Longest streak of top-10s – 8 (1999 U.S. Open – 2001 Masters)

The Players ChampionshipEdit

Wins (2)Edit

Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner(s)-up
2001 The Players Championship 2 shot deficit −14 (72-69-66-67=274) 1 stroke   Vijay Singh
2013 The Players Championship (2) Tied for lead −13 (67-67-71-70=275) 2 strokes   David Lingmerth,   Jeff Maggert,
  Kevin Streelman

Results timelineEdit

Tournament 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
The Players Championship T31 T35 T10 2 1 T14 T11 T16 T53 T22 T37 8
Tournament 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
The Players Championship WD WD T40 1 T69 T11 T30
  Win
  Top 10
  Did not play

WD = withdrew
"T" indicates a tie for a place.

World Golf ChampionshipsEdit

Wins (18)Edit

Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner(s)-up
1999 WGC-NEC Invitational 5 shot lead −10 (66-71-62-71=270) 1 stroke   Phil Mickelson
1999 WGC-American Express Championship 1 shot deficit –6 (71-69-70-68=278) Playoff   Miguel Ángel Jiménez
2000 WGC-NEC Invitational (2) 9 shot lead −21 (64-61-67-67=259) 11 strokes   Justin Leonard,   Phillip Price
2001 WGC-NEC Invitational (3) 2 shot deficit −12 (66-67-66-69=268) Playoff   Jim Furyk
2002 WGC-American Express Championship (2) 5 shot lead −25 (65-65-67-66=263) 1 stroke   Retief Goosen
2003 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship n/a 2 & 1 n/a   David Toms
2003 WGC-American Express Championship (3) 2 shot lead −6 (67-66-69-72=274) 2 strokes   Stuart Appleby,   Tim Herron,
  Vijay Singh
2004 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship (2) n/a 3 & 2 n/a   Davis Love III
2005 WGC-NEC Invitational (4) Tied for lead −6 (66-70-67-71=274) 1 stroke   Chris DiMarco
2005 WGC-American Express Championship (4) 2 shot deficit −10 (67-68-68-67=270) Playoff   John Daly
2006 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (5) 1 shot deficit −10 (67-64-71-68=270) Playoff   Stewart Cink
2006 WGC-American Express Championship (5) 6 shot lead −23 (63-64-67-67=261) 8 strokes   Ian Poulter,   Adam Scott
2007 WGC-CA Championship (6) 4 shot lead −10 (71-66-68-73=278) 2 strokes   Brett Wetterich
2007 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (6) 1 shot deficit −8 (68-70-69-65=272) 8 strokes   Justin Rose,   Rory Sabbatini
2008 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship (3) n/a 8 & 7 n/a   Stewart Cink
2009 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (7) 3 shot deficit −12 (68-70-65-65=268) 4 strokes   Robert Allenby,   Pádraig Harrington
2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship (7) 4 shot lead −19 (66-65-67-71=269) 2 strokes   Steve Stricker
2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (8) 7 shot lead −15 (66-61-68-70=265) 7 strokes   Keegan Bradley,   Henrik Stenson

RecordsEdit

  • Won at least one World Golf Championships event every year from 1999 to 2009.
  • All-time wins leader in World Golf Championships events (39.1% win rate).
  • All-time money leader in World Golf Championships events.
  • Won the WGC-World Cup with David Duval in 2000, an unofficial money WGC event, for a total of 19 World Golf Championships titles.
  • Only player to have held the titles of all three of the pre-2009 events (not counting the HSBC Champions, elevated to WGC status in 2009) at the same time.

Match Play

  • Woods set the record for most lopsided victory (18-hole match) in his first round match against Stephen Ames in 2006 – 9 & 8. Mathematically, it is the fastest possible win in 18-hole match play (10 & 8 would be a larger margin of victory, but the same number of holes played).
  • Woods also set the record for largest margin of victory in the 36-hole final match – 8 & 7 over Stewart Cink in 2008.

Championship

  • Lowest first 18-hole total 63 set the course record at The Grove
  • Tied lowest first 18-hole total – 63
  • Lowest 36-hole total – 127
  • Largest 36-hole lead – 5 strokes
  • Lowest 54-hole total – 194
  • Largest 54-hole lead – 6 strokes
  • Lowest 72-hole total – 261
  • Largest margin of victory – 8 strokes
  • Only player to record top-10 finishes in each appearance (more than two appearances)

Note: All Cadillac Championship records were set in 2006, when the tournament was known as the American Express Championship[14]

Invitational

  • Lowest 18-hole total – 61 (twice, tied with José María Olazábal)
  • Lowest 36-hole total – 125
  • Lowest 54-hole total – 192
  • Lowest 72-hole total – 259
  • Largest margin of victory – 11 strokes

Note: All records were set in 2000 and 2013 (18-hole record)

Results timelineEdit

Results not in chronological order before 2015.

Tournament 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Championship 1 T5 NT1 1 1 9 1 1 1 5 T9 T10 WD 1 T25 T10
Match Play QF 2 R64 1 1 R32 R16 R16 1 R32 R64 R32 R64 QF
Invitational 1 1 1 4 T4 T2 1 1 1 1 T78 T37 T8 1 WD T31
Champions T6 T6
Tournament 2020
Championship
Match Play NT2
Invitational
Champions NT2

1Cancelled due to 9/11
2Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

  Win
  Top 10
  Did not play

QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play
"T" indicates a tie for a place.
NT = No Tournament
WD = Withdrew
Note that the HSBC Champions did not become a WGC event until 2009.

Performance summary

Tournament Starts Top-10s Wins Earnings ($)
Championship 15 13 7 9,606,500
Match Play 14 8 3 5,213,500
Invitational 16 12 8 11,150,375
Champions 2 2 0 335,714
Totals 47 35 18 $26,306,089

FedEx Cup PlayoffsEdit

Year Place Points Margin Earnings($)
2007 1 123,033 +12,578 10,000,000
2008 70 100,000 −25,101 110,000
2009 1 4,000 +1,080 10,000,000
2010 42 1,300 –3,635 133,000
2011 132 318 −4,943 32,000
2012 3 2,663 −1,437 2,000,000
2013 2 2,743 −2,007 3,000,000
2014 218 45 n/a 0
2015 178 215 n/a 0
2018 2 2,219 −41 3,000,000
2019 42 1,069 n/a 169,000
2020 63 641 n/a 150,000
Total 28,594,000

[15][16]

PGA Tour professional career summaryEdit

Season Starts Cuts made Wins (Majors) 2nd 3rd Top 10 Top 25 Earnings ($) Money list
rank
Adjusted scoring
average (rank)
1996 8 8 2 0 2 5 7 790,594 24 69.44
1997 21 20 4 (1) 1 1 9 14 2,066,833 1 69.10 (2nd)
1998 20 19* 1 2 2 13 17 1,841,117 4 69.21 (2nd)
1999 21 21 8 (1) 1 2 16 18 6,616,585 1 68.43 (1st)
2000 20 20 9 (3) 4 1 17 20 9,188,321 1 67.79 (1st)
2001 19 19 5 (1) 0 1 9 18 5,687,777 1 68.81 (1st)
2002 18 18 5 (2) 2 2 13 16 6,912,625 1 68.56 (1st)
2003 18 18 5 2 0 12 16 6,673,413 2 68.41 (1st)
2004 19 19 1 3 3 14 18 5,365,472 4 69.04 (3rd)
2005 21 19 6 (2) 4 2 13 17 10,628,024 1 68.66 (1st)
2006 15 14 8 (2) 1 1 11 13 9,941,563 1 68.11 (1st)
2007 16 16 7 (1) 3 0 12 15 10,867,052 1 67.79 (1st)
2008 6 6 4 (1) 1 0 6 6 5,775,000 2 67.65
2009 17 16 6 3 0 14 16 10,508,163 1 68.05 (1st)
2010 12 11 0 0 0 2 7 1,294,765 66 70.32
2011 9 7 0 0 0 2 3 660,238 128 70.46
2012 19 17 3 1 2 9 13 6,133,158 2 68.90 (2nd)
2013 16 16 5 1 0 8 10 8,553,439 1 68.98 (2nd)
2013–14 7 5 0 0 0 0 1 108,275 201 71.65†
2014–15 11 6 0 0 0 1 3 448,598 162 71.93†
2015–16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n/a n/a
2016–17 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 73.29†
2017–18 18 16 1 2 0 7 12 5,443,841 8 69.35 (7th)
2018–19 12 9 1 (1) 0 0 4 7 3,199,615 24 70.33†
2019–20 7 7 1 0 0 2 2 2,083,038 38 70.26†
Career** 351 326 82 (15) 31 19 199 269 120,787,506 1
  • Green background for 1st place. Yellow background for top 10.
  • * Woods qualified for the third round in the 1998 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am but decided to withdraw from the rain-delayed event. Officially, it is counted as a missed cut.
  • ** As of the 2020 season
  • Woods did not play the required 50 rounds to be ranked in scoring average these years: 1996 – 41 rounds, 2008 – 26, 2010 – 45, 2011 – 27, 2014 – 21, 2015 – 32, 2017 – 2, 2019 − 42, 2020 – 28.
  • Woods played in 14 PGA Tour events from 1992 to 1996 as an amateur. In this span, he made 5 cuts, with his best finish and sole top-25 performance coming at the 1996 British Open. This brings his total tally of PGA Tour events played to 365, his total number of cuts made to 331, and his total number of top-25 finishes to 270.

Professional wins (110)Edit

PGA Tour wins (82)Edit

Legend
Major championships (15)
Players Championships (2)
World Golf Championships (18)
Tour C'ships/FedEx Cup playoff events (5)
Other PGA Tour (42)
No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up
1 Oct 6, 1996 Las Vegas Invitational −27 (70-63-68-67-64=332) Playoff   Davis Love III
2 Oct 20, 1996 Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic −21 (69-63-69-66=267) 1 stroke   Payne Stewart
3 Jan 12, 1997 Mercedes Championships −14 (70-67-65=202) Playoff   Tom Lehman
4 Apr 13, 1997 Masters Tournament −18 (70-66-65-69=270) 12 strokes   Tom Kite
5 May 18, 1997 GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic −17 (64-64-67-68=263) 2 strokes   Lee Rinker
6 Jul 6, 1997 Motorola Western Open −13 (67-72-68-68=275) 3 strokes   Frank Nobilo
7 May 10, 1998 BellSouth Classic −17 (69-67-63-72=271) 1 stroke   Jay Don Blake
8 Feb 14, 1999 Buick Invitational −22 (68-71-62-65=266) 2 strokes   Billy Ray Brown
9 Jun 6, 1999 Memorial Tournament −15 (68-66-70-69=273) 2 strokes   Vijay Singh
10 Jul 4, 1999 Motorola Western Open (2) −15 (68-66-68-71=273) 3 strokes   Mike Weir
11 Aug 15, 1999 PGA Championship −11 (70-67-68-72=277) 1 stroke   Sergio García
12 Aug 29, 1999 WGC-NEC Invitational −10 (66-71-62-71=270) 1 stroke   Phil Mickelson
13 Oct 24, 1999 National Car Rental Golf Classic Disney (2) −17 (66-66-66-73=271) 1 stroke   Ernie Els
14 Oct 31, 1999 The Tour Championship −15 (67-66-67-69=269) 4 strokes   Davis Love III
15 Nov 7, 1999 WGC-American Express Championship −6 (71-69-70-68=278) Playoff   Miguel Ángel Jiménez
16 Jan 9, 2000 Mercedes Championships (2) −16 (71-66-71-68=276) Playoff   Ernie Els
17 Feb 7, 2000 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am −15 (68-73-68-64=273) 2 strokes   Matt Gogel,   Vijay Singh
18 Mar 19, 2000 Bay Hill Invitational −18 (69-64-67-70=270) 4 strokes   Davis Love III
19 May 29, 2000 Memorial Tournament (2) −19 (71-63-65-70=269) 5 strokes   Ernie Els,   Justin Leonard
20 Jun 18, 2000 U.S. Open −12 (65-69-71-67=272) 15 strokes   Ernie Els,   Miguel Ángel Jiménez
21 Jul 23, 2000 The Open Championship −19 (67-66-67-69=269) 8 strokes   Thomas Bjørn,   Ernie Els
22 Aug 20, 2000 PGA Championship (2) −18 (66-67-70-67=270) Playoff   Bob May
23 Aug 27, 2000 WGC-NEC Invitational (2) −21 (64-61-67-67=259) 11 strokes   Justin Leonard,   Phillip Price
24 Sep 10, 2000 Bell Canadian Open −22 (72-65-64-65=266) 1 stroke   Grant Waite
25 Mar 18, 2001 Bay Hill Invitational (2) −15 (71-67-66-69=273) 1 stroke   Phil Mickelson
26 Mar 25, 2001 The Players Championship −14 (72-69-66-67=274) 1 stroke   Vijay Singh
27 Apr 8, 2001 Masters Tournament (2) −16 (70-66-68-68=272) 2 strokes   David Duval
28 Jun 3, 2001 Memorial Tournament (3) −17 (68-69-68-66=271) 7 strokes   Paul Azinger,   Sergio García
29 Aug 26, 2001 WGC-NEC Invitational (3) −12 (66-67-66-69=268) Playoff   Jim Furyk
30 Mar 17, 2002 Bay Hill Invitational (3) −13 (67-65-74-69=275) 4 strokes   Michael Campbell
31 Apr 14, 2002 Masters Tournament (3) −12 (70-69-66-71=276) 3 strokes   Retief Goosen
32 Jun 16, 2002 U.S. Open (2) −3 (67-68-70-72=277) 3 strokes   Phil Mickelson
33 Aug 11, 2002 Buick Open −17 (67-63-71-70=271) 4 strokes   Fred Funk,   Brian Gay,
  Mark O'Meara,   Esteban Toledo
34 Sep 22, 2002 WGC-American Express Championship (2) −25 (65-65-67-66=263) 1 stroke   Retief Goosen
35 Feb 16, 2003 Buick Invitational (2) −16 (70-66-68-68=272) 4 strokes   Carl Pettersson
36 Mar 2, 2003 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship 2 & 1   David Toms
37 Mar 23, 2003 Bay Hill Invitational (4) −19 (70-65-66-68=269) 11 strokes   Stewart Cink,   Brad Faxon,
  Kenny Perry,   Kirk Triplett
38 Jul 6, 2003 100th Western Open (3) −21 (63-70-65-69=267) 5 strokes   Rich Beem
39 Oct 5, 2003 WGC-American Express Championship (3) −6 (67-66-69-72=274) 2 strokes   Stuart Appleby,   Tim Herron,
  Vijay Singh
40 Feb 29, 2004 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship (2) 3 & 2   Davis Love III
41 Jan 23, 2005 Buick Invitational (3) −16 (69-63-72-68=272) 3 strokes   Luke Donald,   Charles Howell III,
  Tom Lehman
42 Mar 6, 2005 Ford Championship at Doral −24 (65-70-63-66=264) 1 stroke   Phil Mickelson
43 Apr 10, 2005 Masters Tournament (4) −12 (74-66-65-71=276) Playoff   Chris DiMarco
44 Jul 17, 2005 The Open Championship (2) −14 (66-67-71-70=274) 5 strokes   Colin Montgomerie
45 Aug 21, 2005 WGC-NEC Invitational (4) −6 (66-70-67-71=274) 1 stroke   Chris DiMarco
46 Oct 9, 2005 WGC-American Express Championship (4) −10 (67-68-68-67=270) Playoff   John Daly
47 Jan 29, 2006 Buick Invitational (4) −10 (71-68-67-72=278) Playoff   Nathan Green,   José María Olazábal
48 Mar 5, 2006 Ford Championship at Doral (2) −20 (64-67-68-69=268) 1 stroke   David Toms,   Camilo Villegas
49 Jul 23, 2006 The Open Championship (3) −18 (67-65-71-67=270) 2 strokes   Chris DiMarco
50 Aug 6, 2006 Buick Open (2) −24 (66-66-66-66=264) 3 strokes   Jim Furyk
51 Aug 20, 2006 PGA Championship (3) −18 (69-68-65-68=270) 5 strokes   Shaun Micheel
52 Aug 27, 2006 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (5) −10 (67-64-71-68=270) Playoff   Stewart Cink
53 Sep 4, 2006 Deutsche Bank Championship −16 (66-72-67-63=268) 2 strokes   Vijay Singh
54 Oct 1, 2006 WGC-American Express Championship (5) −23 (63-64-67-67=261) 8 strokes   Ian Poulter,   Adam Scott
55 Jan 28, 2007 Buick Invitational (5) −15 (66-72-69-66=273) 2 strokes   Charles Howell III
56 Mar 25, 2007 WGC-CA Championship (6) −10 (71-66-68-73=278) 2 strokes   Brett Wetterich
57 May 6, 2007 Wachovia Championship −13 (70-68-68-69=275) 2 strokes   Steve Stricker
58 Aug 5, 2007 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (6) −8 (68-70-69-65=272) 8 strokes   Justin Rose,   Rory Sabbatini
59 Aug 12, 2007 PGA Championship (4) −8 (71-63-69-69=272) 2 strokes   Woody Austin
60 Sep 9, 2007 BMW Championship (4) −22 (67-67-65-63=262) 2 strokes   Aaron Baddeley
61 Sep 16, 2007 The Tour Championship (2) −23 (64-63-64-66=257) 8 strokes   Mark Calcavecchia,   Zach Johnson
62 Jan 27, 2008 Buick Invitational (6) −19 (67-65-66-71=269) 8 strokes   Ryuji Imada
63 Feb 24, 2008 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship (3) 8 & 7   Stewart Cink
64 Mar 16, 2008 Arnold Palmer Invitational (5) −10 (70-68-66-66=270) 1 stroke   Bart Bryant
65 Jun 16, 2008 U.S. Open (3) −1 (72-68-70-73=283) Playoff   Rocco Mediate
66 Mar 29, 2009 Arnold Palmer Invitational (6) −5 (68-69-71-67=275) 1 stroke   Sean O'Hair
67 Jun 7, 2009 Memorial Tournament (4) −12 (69-74-68-65=276) 1 stroke   Jim Furyk
68 Jul 5, 2009 AT&T National −13 (64-66-70-67=267) 1 stroke   Hunter Mahan
69 Aug 2, 2009 Buick Open (3) −20 (71-63-65-69=268) 3 strokes   Greg Chalmers,   John Senden,
  Roland Thatcher
70 Aug 9, 2009 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (7) −12 (68-70-65-65=268) 4 strokes   Robert Allenby,   Pádraig Harrington
71 Sep 13, 2009 BMW Championship (5) −19 (68-67-62-68=265) 8 strokes   Jim Furyk,   Marc Leishman
72 Mar 25, 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational (7) −13 (69-65-71-70=275) 5 strokes   Graeme McDowell
73 Jun 3, 2012 Memorial Tournament (5) −9 (70-69-73-67=279) 2 strokes   Andrés Romero,   Rory Sabbatini
74 Jul 1, 2012 AT&T National (2) −8 (72-68-67-69=276) 2 strokes   Bo Van Pelt
75 Jan 28, 2013 Farmers Insurance Open (7) −14 (68-65-69-72=274) 4 strokes   Brandt Snedeker,   Josh Teater
76 Mar 10, 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship (7) −19 (66-65-67-71=269) 2 strokes   Steve Stricker
77 Mar 25, 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational (8) −13 (69-70-66-70=275) 2 strokes   Justin Rose
78 May 12, 2013 The Players Championship (2) −13 (67-67-71-70=275) 2 strokes   David Lingmerth,   Jeff Maggert,
  Kevin Streelman
79 Aug 4, 2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (8) −15 (66-61-68-70=265) 7 strokes   Keegan Bradley,   Henrik Stenson
80 Sep 23, 2018 Tour Championship (3) −11 (65-68-65-71=269) 2 strokes   Billy Horschel
81 Apr 14, 2019 Masters Tournament (5) −13 (70-68-67-70=275) 1 stroke   Dustin Johnson,   Brooks Koepka,
  Xander Schauffele
82 Oct 28, 2019 Zozo Championship1 −19 (64-64-66-67=261) 3 strokes   Hideki Matsuyama

1Co-sanctioned by the Japan Golf Tour

PGA Tour playoff record (11–1)Edit

No. Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result
1 1996 Las Vegas Invitational   Davis Love III Won with par on first extra hole
2 1997 Mercedes Championships   Tom Lehman Won with birdie on first extra hole
3 1998 Nissan Open   Billy Mayfair Lost to birdie on first extra hole
4 1999 WGC-American Express Championship   Miguel Ángel Jiménez Won with birdie on first extra hole
5 2000 Mercedes Championships   Ernie Els Won with birdie on second extra hole
6 2000 PGA Championship   Bob May Won three-hole aggregate playoff;
Woods: −1 (3-4-5=12),
May: E (4-4-5=13)
7 2001 WGC-NEC Invitational   Jim Furyk Won with birdie on seventh extra hole
8 2005 Masters Tournament   Chris DiMarco Won with birdie on first extra hole
9 2005 WGC-American Express Championship   John Daly Won with par on second extra hole
10 2006 Buick Invitational   Nathan Green,   José María Olazábal Won with par on second extra hole
Green eliminated with par on first hole
11 2006 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational   Stewart Cink Won with birdie on fourth extra hole
12 2008 U.S. Open   Rocco Mediate Won with par on first extra hole after 18-hole playoff;
Woods: E (71),
Mediate: E (71)

European Tour wins (41)Edit

Legend
Major championships (15)
World Golf Championships (18)
Other European Tour (8)
No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up
1 Apr 13, 1997 Masters Tournament −18 (70-66-65-69=270) 12 strokes   Tom Kite
2 Jan 25, 1998 Johnnie Walker Classic1 −9 (72-71-71-65=279) Playoff   Ernie Els
3 May 24, 1999 Deutsche Bank - SAP Open TPC of Europe −15 (69-68-68-68=273) 3 strokes   Retief Goosen
4 Aug 15, 1999 PGA Championship −11 (70-67-68-72=277) 1 stroke   Sergio García
5 Aug 29, 1999 WGC-NEC Invitational −10 (66-71-62-71=270) 1 stroke   Phil Mickelson
6 Nov 7, 1999 WGC-American Express Championship −6 (71-69-70-68=278) Playoff   Miguel Ángel Jiménez
7 Jun 18, 2000 U.S. Open −12 (65-69-71-67=272) 15 strokes   Ernie Els,   Miguel Ángel Jiménez
8 Jul 23, 2000 The Open Championship −19 (67-66-67-69=269) 8 strokes   Thomas Bjørn,   Ernie Els
9 Aug 20, 2000 PGA Championship (2) −18 (66-67-70-67=270) Playoff   Bob May
10 Aug 27, 2000 WGC-NEC Invitational (2) −21 (64-61-67-67=259) 11 strokes   Justin Leonard,   Phillip Price
11 Nov 19, 2000
(2001 season)
Johnnie Walker Classic1,2 (2) −25 (68-65-65-65=263) 3 strokes   Geoff Ogilvy
12 Apr 8, 2001 Masters Tournament (2) −16 (70-66-68-68=272) 2 strokes   David Duval
13 May 20, 2001 Deutsche Bank - SAP Open TPC of Europe (2) −22 (69-68-63-66=266) 4 strokes   Michael Campbell
14 Aug 26, 2001 WGC-NEC Invitational (3) −12 (66-67-66-69=268) Playoff   Jim Furyk
15 Apr 14, 2002 Masters Tournament (3) −12 (70-69-66-71=276) 3 strokes   Retief Goosen
16 May 19, 2002 Deutsche Bank - SAP Open TPC of Europe (3) −20 (69-67-64-68=268) Playoff   Colin Montgomerie
17 Jun 16, 2002 U.S. Open (2) −3 (67-68-70-72=277) 3 strokes   Phil Mickelson
18 Sep 22, 2002 WGC-American Express Championship (2) −25 (65-65-67-66=263) 1 stroke   Retief Goosen
19 Mar 2, 2003 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship 2 & 1   David Toms
20 Oct 5, 2003 WGC-American Express Championship (3) −6 (67-66-69-72=274) 2 strokes   Stuart Appleby,   Tim Herron,
  Vijay Singh
21 Feb 29, 2004 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship (2) 3 & 2   Davis Love III
22 Apr 10, 2005 Masters Tournament (4) −12 (74-66-65-71=276) Playoff   Chris DiMarco
23 Jul 17, 2005 The Open Championship (2) −14 (66-67-71-70=274) 5 strokes   Colin Montgomerie
24 Aug 21, 2005 WGC-NEC Invitational (4) −6 (66-70-67-71=274) 1 stroke   Chris DiMarco
25 Oct 9, 2005 WGC-American Express Championship (4) −10 (67-68-68-67=270) Playoff   John Daly
26 Feb 5, 2006 Dubai Desert Classic −19 (67-66-67-69=269) Playoff   Ernie Els
27 Jul 23, 2006 The Open Championship (3) −18 (67-65-71-67=270) 2 strokes   Chris DiMarco
28 Aug 20, 2006 PGA Championship (3) −18 (69-68-65-68=270) 5 strokes   Shaun Micheel
29 Aug 27, 2006 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (5) −10 (67-64-71-68=270) Playoff   Stewart Cink
30 Oct 1, 2006 WGC-American Express Championship (5) −23 (63-64-67-67=261) 8 strokes   Ian Poulter,   Adam Scott
31 Mar 25, 2007 WGC-CA Championship (6) −10 (71-66-68-73=278) 2 strokes   Brett Wetterich
32 Aug 5, 2007 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (6) −8 (68-70-69-65=272) 8 strokes   Justin Rose,   Rory Sabbatini
33 Aug 12, 2007 PGA Championship (4) −8 (71-63-69-69=272) 2 strokes   Woody Austin
34 Feb 3, 2008 Dubai Desert Classic (2) −14 (65-71-73-65=274) 1 stroke   Martin Kaymer
35 Feb 24, 2008 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship (3) 8 & 7   Stewart Cink
36 Jun 16, 2008 U.S. Open (3) −1 (72-68-70-73=283) Playoff   Rocco Mediate
37 Aug 9, 2009 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (7) −12 (68-70-65-65=268) 4 strokes   Robert Allenby,   Pádraig Harrington
38 Nov 15, 2009 JBWere Masters1 −14 (66-68-72-68=274) 2 strokes   Greg Chalmers
39 Mar 10, 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship (7) −19 (66-65-67-71=269) 2 strokes   Steve Stricker
40 Aug 4, 2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (8) −15 (66-61-68-70=265) 7 strokes   Keegan Bradley,   Henrik Stenson
41 Apr 14, 2019 Masters Tournament (5) −13 (70-68-67-70=275) 1 stroke   Dustin Johnson,   Brooks Koepka,
  Xander Schauffele

1Co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour of Australasia
2Co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour

European Tour playoff record (10–0)Edit

No. Year Tournament Opponent Result
1 1998 Johnnie Walker Classic   Ernie Els Won with birdie on second extra hole
2 1999 WGC-American Express Championship   Miguel Ángel Jiménez Won with birdie on first extra hole
3 2000 PGA Championship   Bob May Won three-hole aggregate playoff;
Woods: −1 (3-4-5=12),
May: E (4-4-5=13)
4 2001 WGC-NEC Invitational   Jim Furyk Won with birdie on seventh extra hole
5 2002 Deutsche Bank - SAP Open TPC of Europe   Colin Montgomerie Won with par on third extra hole
6 2005 Masters Tournament   Chris DiMarco Won with birdie on first extra hole
7 2005 WGC-American Express Championship   John Daly Won with par on second extra hole
8 2006 Dubai Desert Classic   Ernie Els Won with par on first extra hole
9 2006 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational   Stewart Cink Won with birdie on fourth extra hole
10 2008 U.S. Open   Rocco Mediate Won with par on first extra hole after 18-hole playoff;
Woods: E (71),
Mediate: E (71)

Note: This table is the European Tour's official Woods' victories on their tour, which gives Woods a total of 41 European Tour wins.[17] Woods' worldwide tournament playoff record is 16–6.

Japan Golf Tour wins (3)Edit

No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
victory
Runner-up
1 Nov 21, 2004 Dunlop Phoenix Tournament −16 (65-67-65-67=264) 8 strokes   Ryoken Kawagishi
2 Nov 20, 2005 Dunlop Phoenix Tournament (2) −8 (65-67-68-72=272) Playoff   Kaname Yokoo
3 Oct 28, 2019 Zozo Championship1 −19 (64-64-66-67=261) 3 strokes   Hideki Matsuyama

1Co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour

Japan Golf Tour playoff record (1–1)

No. Year Tournament Opponent Result
1 2005 Dunlop Phoenix Tournament   Kaname Yokoo Won with birdie on fourth extra hole
2 2006 Dunlop Phoenix Tournament   Pádraig Harrington Lost to birdie on second extra hole

Asian Tour wins (2)Edit

No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
victory
Runner-up
1 Feb 9, 1997 Asian Honda Classic −20 (70-64-66-68=268) 10 strokes   Mo Joong-kyung
2 Nov 19, 2000 Johnnie Walker Classic1 −25 (68-65-65-65=263) 3 strokes   Geoff Ogilvy

1Co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the PGA Tour of Australasia

PGA Tour of Australasia wins (3)Edit

No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
victory
Runner-up
1 Jan 25, 1998 Johnnie Walker Classic1 −9 (72-71-71-65=279) Playoff   Ernie Els
2 Nov 19, 2000 Johnnie Walker Classic1,2 (2) −25 (68-65-65-65=263) 3 strokes   Geoff Ogilvy
3 Nov 15, 2009 JBWere Masters1 −14 (66-68-72-68=274) 2 strokes   Greg Chalmers

1Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
2Co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour

PGA Tour of Australasia playoff record (1–0)

No. Year Tournament Opponent Result
1 1998 Johnnie Walker Classic   Ernie Els Won with birdie on second extra hole

Other wins (17)Edit

Legend
World Golf Championships (1)
Other wins (16)
No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up
1 Nov 19, 1998 PGA Grand Slam of Golf 2 up   Vijay Singh
2 Nov 21, 1999 World Cup of Golf
(with   Mark O'Meara)
−23 (140-133-130-142=545) 5 strokes   SpainSantiago Luna and Miguel Ángel Martín
3 Nov 21, 1999 World Cup of Golf Individual Trophy −21 (67-68-63-65=263) 9 strokes   Frank Nobilo
4 Nov 24, 1999 PGA Grand Slam of Golf (2) 3 & 2   Davis Love III
5 Dec 10, 2000 WGC-World Cup (2)
(with   David Duval)
−34 (61-65-60-68=254) 3 strokes   ArgentinaÁngel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero
6 Nov 22, 2000 PGA Grand Slam of Golf (3) −5 (71-68=139) Playoff   Vijay Singh
7 Nov 21, 2001 PGA Grand Slam of Golf (4) −12 (67-65=132) 3 strokes   David Toms
8 Dec 16, 2001 Williams World Challenge −15 (68-67-74-64=273) 3 strokes   Vijay Singh
9 Nov 27, 2002 PGA Grand Slam of Golf (5) −17 (66-61=127) 14 strokes   Justin Leonard,   Davis Love III
10 Dec 12, 2004 Target World Challenge (2) −16 (67-66-69-66=268) 2 strokes   Pádraig Harrington
11 Nov 23, 2005 PGA Grand Slam of Golf (6) −13 (67-64=131) 7 strokes   Phil Mickelson
12 Nov 22, 2006 PGA Grand Slam of Golf (7) −8 (70-66=136) 2 strokes   Jim Furyk
13 Dec 17, 2006 Target World Challenge (3) −16 (68-68-70-66=272) 4 strokes   Geoff Ogilvy
14 Dec 16, 2007 Target World Challenge (4) −22 (69-62-67-68=266) 7 strokes   Zach Johnson
15 Aug 24, 2009 Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge $230,000 $30,000   Camilo Villegas
16 Dec 4, 2011 Chevron World Challenge (5) −10 (69-67-73-69=278) 1 stroke   Zach Johnson
17 May 24, 2020 The Match: Champions for Charity
(with   Peyton Manning)
1 up   Tom Brady and   Phil Mickelson

Other playoff record (1–4)

No. Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result
1 1998 Nedbank Million Dollar Challenge   Nick Price Lost to birdie on fifth extra hole
2 2000 PGA Grand Slam of Golf   Vijay Singh Won with eagle on first extra hole
3 2001 WGC-World Cup
(with   David Duval)
  DenmarkThomas Bjørn and Søren Hansen,
  New ZealandMichael Campbell and David Smail,
  South AfricaRetief Goosen and Ernie Els
South Africa won with par on second extra hole
New Zealand and United States eliminated by birdie on first hole
4 2010 Chevron World Challenge   Graeme McDowell Lost to birdie on first extra hole
5 2013 Northwestern Mutual
World Challenge
  Zach Johnson Lost to par on first extra hole

Amateur wins (21)Edit

Amateur major wins (3)Edit

Year Championship Winning score Runner-up
1994 U.S. Amateur 2 up   Trip Kuehne
1995 U.S. Amateur 2 up   Buddy Marucci
1996 U.S. Amateur 38 holes   Steve Scott

Results timelineEdit

Tournament 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996
U.S. Amateur DNQ R32 R32 1 1 1 M

M = Medalist
DNQ = Did not qualify for match play portion
R32, R16, QF, SF = Round in which player lost in match play
Green background for wins. Yellow background for top-10

Source:[18]

Reign as World No. 1 male golferEdit

Woods holds the record for most consecutive weeks at No. 1, 281, and the most total number of weeks, 683.[19] Since 1997, he has spent over twelve years atop the Official World Golf Ranking, and has been the number one player for all 52 weeks of a year a record eight times – 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. He has spent 861 weeks ranked in the top-10, and overtook Ernie Els as the golfer with the most weeks ranked in the top 10 in 2013.[20]

This list is complete as of May 18, 2014.

Start date End date Weeks Approximate time Successor
June 15, 1997 June 21, 1997 1 7 days   Ernie Els
July 6, 1997 September 6, 1997 9 2 months   Greg Norman
January 11, 1998 April 11, 1998 13 3 months   Ernie Els
May 10, 1998 May 16, 1998 1 7 days   Ernie Els
June 14, 1998 March 27, 1999 41 9 months, 13 days   David Duval
July 4, 1999 August 7, 1999 5 1 month, 3 days   David Duval
August 15, 1999 September 4, 2004 264 5 years, 20 days   Vijay Singh
March 6, 2005 March 19, 2005 2 14 days   Vijay Singh
April 10, 2005 May 21, 2005 6 1 month, 11 days   Vijay Singh
June 12, 2005 October 30, 2010 281 5 years, 4.5 months   Lee Westwood
March 25, 2013 May 17, 2014 60 1 year, 2 months   Adam Scott

U.S. national team appearancesEdit

Amateur

Professional

Ryder Cup points record
1997 1999 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 Total
1.5 2 2.5 2 3 3 0.5 0 14.5

AwardsEdit

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