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Tiger Woods is making his 301st career start at the 2013 Memorial. He has 78 total victories (2nd most all-time) winning 26% of his 300 starts on TOUR. He’s carded 153 top-five finishes (51%), 183 top tens (61%), 240 top twenty fives (80%) and made the cut in 93.3% of his 300 career starts. To lend some perspective on Woods’ incredible numbers consider 2013 World Golf Hall of Fame Inductee Fred Couples is making his 605th career start on the PGA TOUR at the Memorial Tournament this week. Couples’ career includes 15 wins, 17 runners-up, 162 top tens, 297 top twenty-five finishes and 1 major championship victory (1992 Masters).

Woods has at least one start in 40 different PGA TOUR events over his career. All 78 of his career victories on TOUR have come from 25 events. He’s won 4 events 7 or more times, 6 events 5 or more times, 12 events 3 or more times and 18 events 2 or more times. 39 of Tiger’s 78 career victories have come from the same 6 events* on TOUR (50%). Woods is making his 14th career start at the Memorial this week. He leads in a number of all-time stats at this event (since 1983) including stroke average, score to par, and total eagles. He is a remarkable 121 under par over his 14th career starts at the Memorial.

*Arnold Palmer Invitational 8 

WGC-Cadillac Championship 7 

Farmers Insurance Open 7 

WGC-Bridgestone Invitational 7 

the Memorial Tournament 5 

BMW Championship 5