How many wins does Tiger Woods have in his career?

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How many wins does Tiger Woods have in his career?

82
PGA TOUR CAREER VICTORIES With 82 all-time PGA TOUR victories, Tiger Woods is tied with Sam Snead for the most wins in PGA TOUR history.

Who holds most golf records?

Jack Nicklaus has won the most majors, achieving 18 victories during his career. Second on the list is Tiger Woods, who has won 15 majors to date; his most recent major victory was at the 2019 Masters. Walter Hagen is third with 11 majors; he and Nicklaus have both won the most PGA Championships with five.

Has Tiger Woods ever shot a 59?

Tiger Woods has shot a 59 in his home course while practicing for an upcoming Master’s Tournament in 1997. Woods was playing the practice round with Mark O’mera at the Isleworth Golf Country Club in Florida when he shot the 59.

Has Tiger Woods ever missed the cut at the Masters?

The 2020 edition of The Masters marks the 23rd appearance for Tiger Woods at Augusta National. Woods also played as an amateur the following year and missed the cut, the only time he’s missed out on the weekend. In his first appearance as a pro, he broke the all-time scoring record and won by a record 12 shots.

What is Tiger Woods lowest round ever?

Low Score in 72-Hole Event

Score Player RTP Score
257 Tiger Woods -23
257 Mike Souchak -27
258 J.T. Poston -22
258 Rory McIlroy -22

How many records has Tiger Woods broken?

Woods has the record of leading the money list in ten different seasons. He has won 15 professional major golf championships (trailing only Jack Nicklaus, who leads with 18) and 82 PGA Tour events (tied for first all time with Sam Snead). Woods leads all active golfers in career major wins and career PGA Tour wins.

What does Jack Nicklaus think of Tiger Woods?

Tiger: He’ll be back “I know Tiger,” Nicklaus said. “What he did at Torrey Pines [winning the 2008 U.S. Open] on a broken leg, what does that tell you? He’ll still be able to slap it around, and if he can putt, he’ll be all right.

Who shot the lowest round at The Masters?

The lowest scores have all been holes-in-one on par-3s – Jeff Sluman’s ace at No. 4 in 1992; five on No. 6; three on No. 12, including Curtis Strange’s in 1988; and 22 on No.

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