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Tournament Records

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2021 Media Guide

Tournament Winners


Most Career Earnings

$5,410,870 — Tiger Woods

$2,016,853 — Adam Scott

$2,160,016 — Patrick Cantlay

$2,017,977 — K.J. Choi

$2,066,843 — Ernie Els

$2,854,376 — Jim Furyk

$3,380,737 — Matt Kuchar

$3,368,595 — Justin Rose

$3,226,343 — Kenny Perry

$2,057,878 — Jason Dufner


Low Final 36 by Winner

132 — 68-64 Patrick Cantlay (2019)

131 — 64-67 Curtis Strange (1988)

132 — 65-67 Vijay Singh (1997)

132 — 66-66 Ernie Els (2004)

132 — 67-65 K.J. Choi (2007)

133 — 67-66 Greg Norman (1995)

133 — 68-65 Jim Furyk (2002)

133 — 68-65 Tiger Woods (2009)


High First Round by Winner

74 — Ray Floyd (1982)


High Second Round by Winner

74 — Greg Norman (1990)

74 — Tiger Woods (2009)


High Third Round by Winner

77 — Jason Dufner (2017)

74 — Keith Fergus (1981)

74 — Kenny Perry (2008)


High Final Round by Winner

76 — Roger Maltbie (1976)

75 — Jon Rahm (2020)


High Final 36 by Winner

147 — Jim Simons (1978)

146 — Roger Maltbie (1976)


Youngest Winners

Hideki Matsuyama (2014): 22 yrs, 3 mo, 7 days

Tiger Woods (1999): 23 yrs, 5 mo, 7 days

Tiger Woods (2000): 24 yrs, 4 mo, 28 days

Roger Maltbie (1976): 24 yrs, 11 mo

Bryson DeChambeau (2018): 24 yrs, 8 mo, 18 days


Oldest Winners

Kenny Perry (2008): 47 yrs, 9 mo, 22 days

Tom Watson (1996): 46 yrs, 8 mo, 29 days

Jack Nicklaus (1984): 44 yrs, 4 mo, 6 days

Steve Stricker (2011): 44 yrs, 3 mo, 13 days

Kenny Perry (2003): 42 yrs, 9 mo, 22 days


Most Memorials Played Before Winning

12 — Steve Stricker (2012)

11 — Fred Couples (1998)

11 — Ernie Els (2004)


Fewest Memorials Played Before Winning

2 — Bryson DeChambeau (2018)

2 — Jon Rahm (2020)

1 — Roger Maltbie (1976)

1 — Hideki Matsuyama (2014)

2 — Jack Nicklaus (1977)

2 — Bart Bryant (2005)


Low Final Round by Winner

64 — Patrick Cantlay (2019)


Low Third Round by Winner

64 — Curtis Strange (1988)

64 — William McGirt (2016)


Most Wins

5 — Tiger Woods (1999-2001, 2009, 2012)

3 — Kenny Perry (1991, 2003, 2008)

2 — Jack Nicklaus (1977, 1984)

2 — Hale Irwin (1983, 1985)

2 — Greg Norman (1990, 1995)

2 — Tom Watson (1979, 1996)


Consecutive Wins

3 — Tiger Woods (1999-2001)


Playoff Wins

Roger Maltbie (1976 vs. Hale Irwin)

Jack Nicklaus (1984 vs. Andy Bean)

Kenny Perry (1991 vs. Hale Irwin)

David Edwards (1992 vs. Rick Fehr)

Hideki Matsuyama (2014 vs. Kevin Na)

David Lingmerth (2015 vs. Justin Rose)

William McGirt (2016 vs. Jon Curran)

Bryson DeChambeau (2018 vs. Byeong Hun An, Kyle Stanley)


Wire-to-Wire Wins

None


Largest Margin of Victory

7 — Tiger Woods (2001)

5 — Tom Lehman (1994)

5 — Tiger Woods (2000)

4 — Hal Sutton (1986)

4 — Greg Norman (1995)

4 — Fred Couples (1998)

4 — Ernie Els (2004)


Largest Comeback After 18 Holes

7 — Hideki Matsuyama (2014)

6 — Ray Floyd (1982)

6 — Don Pooley (1987)

6 — David Edwards (1992)

6 — Jim Furyk (2002)

6 — William McGirt (2016)


Largest Comeback After 36 Holes

9 — Ray Floyd (1982)

7 — Jim Furyk (2002)

7 — K.J. Choi (2007)

6 — Hale Irwin (1983)

6 — Don Pooley (1987)

6 — Tiger Woods (2009)

6 — William McGirt (2016)


Largest Comeback After 54 Holes

4 — Patrick Cantlay (2019)

4 — Jason Dufner (2017)

4 — Tiger Woods (2012)

4 — Justin Rose (2010)

4 — Tiger Woods (2009)

4 — Don Pooley (1987)

4 — Hale Irwin (1983)

5 — K.J. Choi (2007)

5 — Jim Furyk (2002)

5 — David Edwards (1992)


Low First Round by Winner

65 — Jason Dufner (2017)

65 — Kenny Perry (2003)

65 — Justin Rose (2010)


Low Second Round by Winner

63 — Kenny Perry (1991)

63 — Tiger Woods (2000)


the Memorial Tournament as first PGA Tour Victory

Keith Fergus (1981)

Kenny Perry (1991)

Tom Lehman (1994)

Justin Rose (2010)

Hideki Matsuyama (2014)

David Lingmerth (2015)

William McGirt (2016)

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