• DeChambeau claimed The Northern Trust and the Dell Technologies Championship in back-to-back weeks to start the FedExCup Playoffs. He became the first player to win the opening two playoff events since Vijay Singh achieved the feat in 2008.
• The American began the year as No.94 on the World Rankings and his consecutive wins elevated him to a career high No.7.
• Having finished ninth in the final Ryder Cup standings, missing an automatic selection by one place, DeChambeau’s burst of dominant play earned him one of Jim Furyk’s captain’s picks alongside Phil Mickelson and regular practice round partner Tiger Woods.
• With the first of his playoff wins, the then 24-year-old joined one of the most exclusive clubs in golf. DeChambeau became just the fourth player to have won an NCAA Championship, U.S. Amateur and at least three PGA Tour events before their 25th birthday. The other players on that list are Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. • The former Southern Methodist University standout’s third win of the season took him past US$10million in PGA Tour career earnings – US$7,809,009 of that booty has come this season alone.
• DeChambeau becomes just the fourth player to win three times on the PGA Tour this season, joining major champions and fellow US Ryder Cup team members Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson and Justin Thomas.