Amount, in millions of dollars, that Tiger Woods earned for winning the Tour Championship on Sunday. Woods, 42, shot 1-over 71 for an 11-under 269 total and two-stroke victory at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. Justin Rose won the season-long FedEx Cup and $10 million bonus. Woods, 42, who missed most of last season because of back surgery, logged his 80th victory on the PGA Tour and his first since Aug. 4, 2013, at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational. Woods trails Sam Snead by two on the Tour’s all-time victory list (scores).
Number of European Tour career victories for England’s Tom Lewis, who won the Portugal Masters for a second time. Lewis won the 2011 Portugal Masters one month after turning professional. Lewis, 27, shot 5-under 66 for a 22-under 262 total at Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course in Vilamoura, Portugal. Australia’s Lucas Herbert (71) and England’s Eddie Pepperell (67) shared second place at 19-under 265 (scores).
Number of career victories on the Champions Tour for American Steve Stricker, who won the inaugural Sanford International. Stricker, 51, shot 3-under 67 for a 13-under 197 total and four-stroke victory at Minnehaha Country Club in Sioux Falls, S.D. Americans Tim Petrovic (65) and Jerry Smith (70) shared second place at 9-under 201. Stricker, who won 12 times on the PGA Tour, will be a vice captain this week for the U.S. team at the Ryder Cup (scores).
Number of strokes by which American Denny McCarthy won the season-ending Web.com Tour Championship. McCarthy shot a final-round 6-under 65 for a 23-under 261 total at Atlantic Beach (Fla.) Country Club. With the victory, McCarthy, 25, won the developmental tour’s four-event finals title and fully-exempt status for the 2018-19 PGA Tour season. Lucas Glover (69) finished second at 19-under 265 (scores).
Number of strokes under par that American Kendall Dye finished to win the Symetra Tour’s Guardian Championship. Dye closed with a 6-under 66 for a 200 total and one-stroke victory at Capitol Hill Golf Course in Prattville, Ala. China’s Ruixin Liu (65) and South Korea’s Min Seo Kwak shared second place at 15-under 201 (scores).
Scores posted by Oliver Fisher on the European Tour and Drew Nesbitt on the Latinoamerica Tour over the weekend. Fisher, of England, shot 12-under 59 in the second round of the Portugal Masters for the first sub-60 round posted on the European Tour. Fisher made 10 birdies, an eagle and seven pars at Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course in Vilamoura, Portugal. He eventually finished tied for seventh (scores). Nesbitt, a Canadian, strung together four eagles – including a hole-in-one – five birdies and a bogey for a 12-under 59 at Fazenda Boa Vista in the second round of the Brazil Open. It was the first sub-60 score on the developmental tour. For Nesbitt, the 59 represented a 20-stroke improvement from his first-round 79. He eventually finished T-49 (scores).