It is often fun to look at the entire PGA TOUR facts and figures and see when the last time something happened at tournaments on the TOUR schedule. Here are a few items that pertain to the Wells Fargo Championship:
The last time an alternate got into a tournament and went on to win was Derek Ernst when he won the 2013 Wells Fargo Championship.
The last time a player made the cut on the number and went on to win was Rory McIlroy when he won the 2010 Wells Fargo Championship.
The last time a player was in last place after the first round and finished in the top 10 after 72 holes was when Brendon de Jonge went from 155th to tie for 6th with scores of 80-62-68-69 at the 2014 Wells Fargo Championship.
The last time back-to-back eagles were recorded during a tournament was when Martin Kaymer eagled holes No.7 and No. 8 at Quail Hollow Club during the Wells Fargo Championship.
The last time a player made a triple-bogey in the final round of a tournament and still won was when David Toms scored an eight on the final hole of the Wells Fargo Championship in 2003.