With Tiger Woods winning this weekend’s AT&T National, it not only gave him a PGA Tour-best three wins this season, but it also gives him the lowest scoring average on the tour (69.04).
After Tiger’s now-famous off-the-course problems, his scoring average ballooned to 70.32 in 2010 and a career-high 70.46 in 2011. Both of those were the first time in his career that he averaged over 70 strokes per round in a season.
He still has a ways to go to reach his 2007 and 2008 levels in which he averaged less than 68 strokes per round. And he may never get there. But in 2012, is he approaching dominance much faster than even his most ardent supporters may have envisioned…
Data via PGATour.com
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