Mapped :: Tiger's professional wins

2015 02 Mapped1

With the news that Tiger Woods will miss next weekend’s Honda Classic as he continues self-enforced lay-off, we’ve taken the opportunity to map out the American’s 106 professional wins to date.


From his first win at the Las Vegas Invitational (now the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open) in 1996, to his most recent at the WGC-Bridgestone Inviational in 2013, the map shows Woods’ dominance in the golfing world over the past 19 years, with Africa the only inhabited continent not to see a win from the 14-time major champion.

Of the 39-year-old’s 106 wins, all bar 20 of them have come in the USA, with Woods only winning on British soil four times, three of which were his Open Championship titles.

Woods’ most successful courses are Torrey Pines GC and Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club and Lodge, winning eight times on each course.

Please note that on the map, Woods’ tournament wins are under their current names, so the Mercedes Championship, which he won in 1997, is called the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on the map.

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