A roundup of the amazing numbers that have the golf world abuzz:
19 Jordan Spieth, a 19-year-old phenom who seems to have already been around awhile, became the first teenager to win a PGA Tour event since Ralph Guldahl in 1931 when his par putt dropped on the sixth hole of Sudden Death at the John Deere. Spieth is the fourth-youngest Tour winner in history and scored his first win at a younger age than fellow phenoms Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson. Some of the spoils of victory: berths in this week’s Open Championship at Muirfield, the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, the PGA Championship, the Hyundai Tournament of Champions and The Masters.
11 Spieth moves to 11th in FedExCup points, thanks to his sixth top-10 finish of the season in 16 starts.
59 Over on the Web.com Tour, Will Wilcox shot golf's magic number, firing a final-round 59 on the par-71 Willow Creek Country Club to win the Utah Championship. Wilcox's card included 10 birdies and an eagle.
20 Phil Mickelson won on European soil for the first time in 20 years, capturing the Scottish Open ahead of this week's Open Championship. Mickelson's birdie on the first playoff hole beat Branden Grace and moves Lefty to No. 5 in the World Golf Ranking heading to Muirfield. Mickelson's last win in Europe came in 1993 in Paris on the European Challenge Tour.
2 Kenny Perry has gone back-to-back in Champions Tour majors after shooting a final-round 63 to earn a five-shot win in the U.S. Senior Open, adding that to his Senior Players Championship two weeks ago. "This is by far the biggest tournament I ever won," Perry said. "I lost the playoff at the Masters and the PGA playoff. I didn't get the job done. Now to have a USGA title, it's an Open, it's our Open, it's what the players play for. To finally get it, even though it's a Senior Open, I still regard it as a very high honor."