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PGA TOUR Canada's inaugural season by the numbers
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 - Submitted by Brian Decker, PGA TOUR Canada staff
PGA TOUR Canada by the numbers

22 years, 9 months, 4 days – Riley Wheeldon’s age when winning the Syncrude Boreal Open presented by AECON. Wheeldon was the youngest winner on Tour this season. 
 
37 years, 9 months, 3 days – Age of Stephen Gangluff, the oldest winner on Tour this season, at the Times Colonist Island Savings Open. 
 
7 – Number of winners in their 20s in 2013.
 
$395.31 – The difference between no. 5 Wil Collins and no. 6 Joe Panzeri on the Order of Merit, just over $200 less than last place money.
 
1 – Players to make the cut in every event in 2013 (Brady Schnell).
 
151 – Birdies by Nick Taylor, the most on Tour in 2013.
 
10 – Eagles by Joel Dahmen, the most on Tour in 2013.
 
4.46 – Birdies per round by Brandon Harkins and Wil Collins, the most on Tour in 2013 (minimum 5 events played).
 
69.32 – Scoring average for Chris Epperson, the lowest on Tour in 2013.
 
6 – Top-10s by Chris Epperson, the most on Tour in 2013.
 
4 – PGA TOUR Canada players to lead or share the lead atop the Order of Merit at any point (Stephen Gangluff, Wil Collins, Riley Wheeldon, Mackenzie Hughes).
 
0 – Players to appear in The Five after every tournament in 2013.
 
2 – 54-hole leaders or co-leaders to convert victories (Joe Panzeri, ATB Financial Classic presented by TELUS; Mark Hubbard, The Wildfire Invitational presented by PC Financial).
 
2 – 36-hole leaders or co-leaders to convert victories (Joe Panzeri, ATB Financial Classic presented by TELUS; Carlos Sainz, Jr., The Players Cup).
 
1 – 18-hole leaders to convert victories (Carlos Sainz, Jr., The Players Cup).

1 – Winners to shoot a final round in the 70s (70/-2, Joe Panzeri, ATB Financial Classic presented by TELUS).
 
3 – Freedom 55 Financial Canadian Player of the Week awards won by Mackenzie Hughes.
 
0 – Playoffs on Tour in 2013, the first time since 2003 with no playoffs.
 
0 – Multiple winners on Tour in 2013, the first time since 1995 with no multiple winners.
 
0 – Back-to-back winners on Tour in 2013, the first time since 2006 with no back-to-back winners.
 
8 – Holes-in-one on Tour in 2013.
 
3.52 – Stroke average for the par-3 ninth hole at Pine Ridge Golf Club during The Players Cup, the hardest hole in relation to par on Tour in 2013.
 
4.44 – Stroke average for the par-5 16th at Wildfire Golf Club during The Wildfire Invitational presented by PC Financial, the easiest hole in relation to par in 2013.
 
6 – Tournaments to be delayed by inclement weather, including the cancelled ATB Financial Classic presented by TELUS.
 
2 – Events played with preferred lies during official competition (Cape Breton Celtic Classic presented by PC Financial, TOUR Championship of Canada presented by Freedom 55 Financial).

 

Qualifying School - USA EAST Site
April 13-18

Event Home
Field
Tee Times
Pos. Player Thru Total
1 Canada Jordan Krantz F -2
2 United States Ryan Brehm F E
3 Scotland Paul Cormack F +1
4 United States Daniel McCarthy F +2
5 England Kelvin Day F +3
T6 United States Christopher Wolfe F +4
T6 United States Bruce Woodall F +4
FINAL RESULTS
Jordan Krantz takes medalist honours at Q-School
Storylines - Florida Qualifying Tournament
Web.com Tour Update: Hadwin, Tyler finish Top-3 in Mexico
Daniel Miernicki claims medalist honours at California Q-School
Former PGA TOUR Commissioner Beman named Honorary Chair in Cape Breton