Sal's Stats: Zurich Classic, Corona Championship, Legends of Golf
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Statistics from this weekend's Zurich Classic, Corona Championship and Legends of Golf
By Sal Johnson
Jerry Kelly's victory breaks a string of four first-time winners at Zurich Classic of New Orleans (Tim Petrovic in 2005, Chris Couch in 2006, Nick Watney in 2007 and Andres Romero in 2008).
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This is the second week in a row where the winner didn't play in the 2009 Masters, but now has an invitation to play in 2010.
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Looking at the PGA Tour since 2001, only three players have more runner-up finishes than Charles Howell: Tiger Woods has 16; Vijay Singh has 16; and Jim Furyk has 14. Davis Love III and Rory Sabbatini are tied with Howell at 12 runner ups.
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Tom Lehman became the 13th player to win in his Champions Tour debut, at the Legends of Golf. Lehman's first win on the PGA TOUR came in his 146th start (1994 Memorial Tournament).
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In five attempts at the Corona Championship, Lorena Ochoa has won three times and was runner up once. In her last 16 rounds at the Tres Marias Golf Club, she is 88 under par and has broken 70 in 14 of the 16 rounds.
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If there was a key to victory for Ochoa it was probably her play on the par 5s. She played them in 13 under par compared to Suzann Pettersen, who played them in 11 under.
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Pettersen made only one bogey, on the fourth hole in the first round. This means she played 68 straight bogey-free holes, at 25 under par.
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Jeff Sluman and Craig Stadler finished as runners-up for the second straight year at the Legends. In 2008, they finished one stroke behind Tom Watson and Andy North.
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