PGA Tour

Tiger Woods 79 PGA Tour Wins in 8 minutes



No. 1: 1996 Las Vegas Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 27-under 332 over five rounds and defeated Davis Love III in a playoff. (Getty Images)
No. 2: 1996 Walt Disney World Classic
Tiger Woods shot 21-under 267 for a one-stroke win over Payne Stewart. (Getty Images0
No. 3: 1997 Mercedes Championships
Tiger Woods shot 14-under 202 over 54 holes and defeated Tom Lehman in a playoff.
No. 4: 1997 Masters Tournament
Tiger Woods shot 18-under 270 for a 12-stroke win over Tom Kite
No. 5: 1997 GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic
Tiger Woods shot 17-under 263 for a two-stroke victory over Lee Rinker.
No. 6: 1997 Motorola Western Open
Tiger Woods shot 13-under 275 for a three-stroke win over Frank Nobilo. (Getty Images
No. 7: 1998 BellSouth Classic
Tiger Woods shot 17-under 271 for a one-stroke won over Jay Don Blake.
No. 8: 1999 Buick Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 22-under 266 for a two-stroke win over Billy Ray Brown.
No. 9: 1999 Memorial Tournament
Tiger Woods shot 15-under 273 for a two-stroke victory over Vijay Singh
No. 10: 1999 Motorola Western Open
Tiger Woods shot 15-under 273 for a three-stroke win over Mike Weir
No. 11: 1999 PGA Championship
Tiger Woods shot 11-under 277 for a one-stroke win over Sergio Garcia
No. 12: 1999 NEC Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 10-under 270 for a one-stroke win over Phil Mickelson.
No. 13: 1999 National Car Rental Golf Classic at Disney
Tiger Woods shot 17-under 271 for a one-stroke win over Ernie Els
No. 14: 1999 Tour Championship
Tiger Woods shot 15-under 269 for a four-stroke win over Davis Love III. He dedicated the win to the late Payne Stewart.
No. 15: 1999 WGC-American Express Championship
Tiger Woods shot 6-under 278 and defeated Miguel Angel Jimenez in a playoff.
No. 16: 2000 Mercedes Championships
Tiger Woods shot 16-under 276 and defeated Ernie Els in a playoff.
No. 17: 2000 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
Tiger Woods shot 15-under 273 for a two-stroke win over Matt Gogel
No. 18: 2000 Bay Hill Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 18-under 270 for a four-stroke win over Davis Love III
No. 19: 2000 Memorial Tournament
Tiger Woods shot 19-under 269 for a four-stroke win over Davis Love III
No. 20: 2000 U.S. Open
Tiger Woods shot 12-under 272 for a 15-stroke win over Ernie Els and Miguel Angel Jimenez.
No. 21: 2000 Open Championship
Tiger Woods shot 19-under 269 to win by eight strokes over Thomas Bjorn and Ernie Els
No. 22: 2000 PGA Championship
Tiger Woods shot 18-under 270 and defeated Bob May in a playoff.
No. 23: 2000 WGC-NEC Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 21-under 259 for an 11-stroke win over Justin Leonard and Phillip Price
No. 24: 2000 Bell Canadian Open
Tiger Woods shot 22-under 266 for a one-stroke win over Grant Waite.
No. 25: 2001 Bay Hill Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 15-under 273 for a one-stroke win over Phil Mickelson.
No. 26: 2001 Players Championship
Tiger Woods shot 14-under 274 for a one-stroke win over Vijay Singh
No. 27: 2001 Masters
Tiger Woods shot 16-under 272 for a two-stroke win over David Duval, marking his fourth consecutive major victory.
No. 28: 2001 Memorial Tournament
Tiger Woods shot 17-under 271 for a seven-stroke win over Paul Azinger and Sergio Garcia.
No. 29: 2001 NEC Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 12-under 268 and defeated Jim Furyk in a playoff.
No. 30: 2002 Bay Hill Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 13-under 275 for a four-stroke win over Michael Campbell.
No. 31: 2002 Masters Tournament
Tiger Woods shot 12-under 276 for a three-stroke win over Retief Goosen.
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No. 71: 2009 BMW Championship
Tiger Woods shot 19-under 265 for an eight-stroke win over Jim Furyk and Marc Leishman.
No. 72: 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 13-under 275 for a five-stroke win over Graeme McDowell.
No. 73: 2012 Memorial Tournament
Tiger Woods shot 9-under 279 for a two-stroke win over Andres Romero and Rory Sabbatini.
No. 74: 2012 AT&T National
Tiger Woods shot 8-under 276 for a two-stroke win over Bo Van Pelt.
No. 75: 2013 Farmers Insurance Open
Tiger Woods shot 14-under 274 for a four-stroke win over Brandt Snedeker and Josh Teater.
No. 76. 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship
Tiger Woods shot a 19-under 269 to defeat Steve Stricker by two strokes at Doral.
No. 77: 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational
ORLANDO, FL – MARCH 25: Tiger Woods is presented with the trophy by Arnold Palmer, after winning the 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational Presented by Mastercard at Bay Hill Golf and Country Club on March 25, 2013 in Orlando, Florida.
No. 78: 2013 Players Championship
Tiger Woods shot 13-under 275 to win his second-career Players Championship title.
No. 79 2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
Tiger Woods shot 15-under 275 on his way to a 7-stroke victory.