Rory McIlroy may have only been crowned the FedEx Cup champ two weeks ago but the new PGA Tour season is already upon us.
Ahead of the new season, now is the perfect time to look back at the players that topped the key stat tables and the gear they used to get there.
Driving Distance (All Drives) - JB Holmes
The two-time Ryder Cup player used a 9.5˚ TaylorMade M1 430 with a specially made Fujikura Pro Tour Spec 83X shaft to average 307.6 yards from the tee during the 2015/16 season.
That was good enough to edge out Dustin Johnson who had averaged 306.7 yards for the year.
Strokes Gained Putting - Jason Day
Jason Day has just completed the best putting season ever recorded on the PGA Tour.
The Australian topped the Strokes Gained Putting table, which measures how much better or worse a player performs on the greens compared with other golfers.
Jason Day led the PGA TOUR in Strokes Gained: Putting.
This is why.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) October 9, 2016
Day was gaining an average of 1.13 shots on the field every time he pegged it up and he did so using a TaylorMade Spider Limited prototype putter.
Putts per round - Jordan Spieth
It's absolutely no surprise to see the two-time major champ topping this list. Over the course of 80 rounds, Spieth and his trusty Scotty Cameron 009 Prototype averaged 27.82 putts per round to be the best on tour.
POTUS uses 2014 driver
Barack Obama has been no stranger to the golf course during his time in office.
He was snapped enjoying a round once again over the weekend and this time we got a peek at the driver he has in the bag.
The presidential follow through. #golfingwithPOTUS pic.twitter.com/F1dxZ4dbbs
— Patrick Koenig (@PatrickjKoenig) October 9, 2016
Cap it like Bryson
Bryson DeChambeau has experienced a meteoric rise in popularity since turning pro and now you can style it out just like him after Puma announced the release of its replica flat caps.
The only question is, will you be wearing one?
The wait is over. #CapItLikeBryson
Available now https://t.co/AS1b1ne2EN pic.twitter.com/DGhyYN973G
— PUMA GOLF (@PUMAGolf) 6 October 2016
Nike switches continue
While Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy may grab the headlines with their changes, other Nike staffers are continuing to experiment with new gear ahead of the 2017 season.
First up we have Scotland's very own Scott Jamieson. We spotted him on the range last week at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship with a Titleist 917 driver and fairway wood to test, as well as some Pro V1x golf balls.
Across the pond, Nike staffer Patrick Rodgers was also spotted with some new gear in the bag during a practice session. It included a TaylorMade M1 driver, Callaway Apex fairway wood, TaylorMade EF wedges and an Odyssey putter.
Hatton's red hot putter
Englishman Tyrrell Hatton claimed his first European Tour win at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship over the weekend and he did so with a brand new putter in play.
Just over a month ago, PGA Tour pro Kevin Na welcomed new daughter Sophia into the world. Now, thanks to Scotty Cameron, she has her very own pink commemorative putter. Great touch from all the guys at the Scotty Cameron studio.
thank you @scottycameron and @kelleymo2 for making Sophia's 1st Scotty Cameron putter! #scottycameron
A photo posted by Kevin NaPGA TOUR PRO (@kevinna915) on Oct 6, 2016 at 4:36pm PDT