By the numbers: Jordan Spieth's amazing 2015 season

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We scour the stats to work out just why Spieth has been so dominant this season

A phenom this season, the 22-year old Texan has ascended to the top of the golfing totem pole in next to no time – and won two Majors this year – but how did he go about it?

We delve in to the stats to break-down the game of the hottest property in world golf.

1 – Spieth’s world ranking and position in the FedEx Cup standings following his victory in this weekend’s Tour Championship
4 – Missed Cuts this season

5 – Wins this PGA Tour season, including 2 Major Championships
15 – Number of Top 10s this season out of 25 events
16 – Number of hole outs on Tour this season
25 – Number of events played this season
27.82 – Average number of putts per round this season, the lowest on Tour
34.79 – The percentage of potential earnings that Spieth won this year


54 – Cumulative total under par in the four majors this season, a record in golf history
61 – Spieth’s lowest round this season which came in the 3rd round of the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run
65.03 – Scrambling percentage this season: 4th best on Tour this year
68.911 – Scoring average this season – the best on Tour this year


78 – Position on Tour in Driving Distance, with an average of 291.8 yards
208 – Cumulative total under par this season
279 – Spieth’s longest streak of holes without a 3 putt this season
701 – Number of one putts this season, with his average of 44.26% being the best on Tour this year
22,030,465 – Millions of dollars won this season, a PGA Tour record

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