Statistics from this weekend's tournaments
By Sal Johnson
Only two players have won the U.S. Open in the same year that they won the Memorial. Tiger Woods did it in 2000, and Curtis Strange in 1988.
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Lately, Woods has struggled off the tee and made a lot of putts, but he reversed that trend at the Memorial. He hit 49 of 56 fairways (2nd), 87.5 percent, which tied his 1998 Masters performance for a career best. But, he made just 65 of 75 putts inside 10 feet (T36th).
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For the first time since the final round of the 2003 Arnold Palmer Invitational, Woods hit every fairway on Sunday. He's accomplished that feat just six times in his career. The other four: first round of 1998 Masters; third round of 1998 Buick Invitational; final round of 1997 Players; second round of 1997 FBR Open.
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Of Tiger's 67 PGA Tour victories, 64 have been in stroke play events. Of those 64 wins, he has been in the top 10 in driving accuracy only 13 times.
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Woods has come from behind to win 20 times. This season he has wiped out a five-stroke deficit to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational and a four-stroke deficit to win the Memorial.
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With 67 tour wins at 33 years old, Woods is third on the all-time list behind Jack Nicklaus (73) and Sam Snead (82). Nicklaus won his 67th at 38, Snead at 40.
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Woods has won an astounding 29.64% of tournaments he's entered. In the last 34 months, since the 2006 British Open, he has won 19 of his 35 starts, or 54.2%.
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