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 four PGA TOUR winners with a double bogey on their scorecard in the final round are 2016 Honda Classic champion Adam Scott, 2009 TOUR Championship winner Phil Mickelson, 2003 Wells Fargo Championship champion David Toms and the 1983 Shell Houston Open winner David Graham.
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 Wells Fargo Championship is one of the seven stroke-play events on the PGA TOUR in which Phil Mickelson has competed more than ten times and never won.
During the 2015 Wells Fargo Championship Rory McIlroy and Billy Hurley III were the only players to have two bogey-free rounds during the four-day competition.
Through the years, eleven left-handed players have won a total of 75 times on the PGA TOUR. While no left-hander has won the Wells Fargo Championship, four individuals have finished in the top ten since 2003. Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson both have recorded runner-up finishes.