Activities Sports & Athletics Most Consecutive Wins on the PGA Tour PGA Tour Records: Longest Winning Streaks Share PINTEREST Email Print Byron Nelson (seated) and Tiger Woods have the two longest winning streaks in PGA Tour history. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Sports & Athletics Golf Golf Tournaments Basics History Gear Golf Courses Famous Golfers Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Brent Kelley Brent Kelley is an award-winning sports journalist and golf expert with over 30 years in print and online journalism. our editorial process Brent Kelley Updated August 03, 2019 What are the longest winning streaks in the history of the PGA Tour? The all-time record for most consecutive wins is one of the most-famous records in all of golf. We spotlight that record first, then give you the list of the other longest win streaks below. The Record: 11 Wins In a Row In 1945, Byron Nelson won an amazing 11 PGA Tour tournaments in a row that he played. He won 18 tournaments overall that year! It is certainly the most remarkable year any golfer has ever had on any tour, at any time. Here are the tournaments that made up Nelson's 11-event win streak that year: Miami International Four-BallCharlotte OpenGreater Greensboro OpenDurham OpenAtlanta OpenMontreal OpenPhiladelphia InquirerChicago Victory National OpenPGA ChampionshipTam O'Shanter OpenCanadian Open Nelson's streak began on March 11, 1945, and the last tournament in his streak ended on Aug. 4, 1945. He earned a grand total of $30,250 during the streak. There is one match play tournament and one team tournament on that list. In the nine stroke-play events, Nelson won each won by at least two strokes, and all but one of them by at least four strokes. He actually won a 12th tournament during the streak, but its purse was below the PGA Tour's required minimum at the time and so that other event is not counted as an official PGA Tour win. Check out our article on Nelson's amazing 1945 year for more on the win streak and his overall play that season. The List: Longest Winning Streaks in PGA Tour History Here is the list of the best win streaks: 11 Wins in a Row Byron Nelson, 1945 (streak included the PGA Championship) 7 Wins in a Row Tiger Woods, 2006-07 (included the British Open and PGA Championship) 6 Wins in a Row Ben Hogan, 1948 (included the U.S. Open) Tiger Woods, 1999-2000 5 Wins in a Row Ben Hogan, 1953 (included The Masters, U.S. Open and British Open)Tiger Woods, 2007-08 4 Wins in a Row Byron Nelson, 1945-46 Ben Hogan, 1946 (included the PGA Championship) Jack Burke Jr., 1952 Notice a theme? Nine times in PGA Tour history a golfer has won four or more consecutive starts, and eight of those times it was either Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan or Tiger Woods who did it. (Woods and Hogan did it most, three times each with a win streak of at least four — but Tiger gets the nod for having the longest streak between the two of them.) (Note: Only wins in official PGA Tour events are counted in these streaks, as recognized by the PGA Tour. And these streaks are tournaments the golfer played in, not necessarily consecutive events on the PGA schedule.) The three times Woods shows up on the list above all involve win streaks that carried over from one PGA Tour season to the next. In Tiger's longest win streak (7 in a row, 2006-07) the streak began at the 2006 British Open in July and ran through the 2007 Buick Invitational in January. Many Golfers Have Won 3 In a Row Twenty-eight other times in PGA Tour history — most recently by Dustin Johnson in 2017 — a golfer has won three consecutive starts. The first golfer to win three consecutive starts was Walter Hagen in 1923, which is also the earliest win streak mentioned on this page. Here is the list of 3-tournament win streaks: Walter Hagen, 1923 Joe Kirkwood Sr., 1924 Johnny Farrell, 1927 "Wild Bill" Mehlhorn, 1929 Horton Smith, 1929 Paul Runyan, 1933 Henry Picard, 1939 (included the PGA Championship) Jimmy Demaret, 1940 Ben Hogan, 1940 Byron Nelson, 1944 Ben Hogan, 1946 Bobby Locke, 1947 Jim Ferrier, 1951 Billy Casper, 1960 Arnold Palmer, 1960 Arnold Palmer, 1962 Johnny Miller, 1974 Jack Nicklaus, 1975 (included The Masters Tournament) Hubert Green, 1976 Gary Player, 1978 (included The Masters Tournament) Tom Watson, 1980 Nick Price, 1993 David Duval, 1997 Tiger Woods, 2000 (included the PGA Championship) Tiger Woods, 2001 (included The Masters Tournament) Vijay Singh, 2004 Rory McIlroy, 2014 (included the PGA Championship Dustin Johnson, 2017 Nelson, Hogan and Woods show up again among the 3-tournament streakers. And note that winning three in a row is a pretty good sign that you are something special on the golf course: Of all the golfers listed, only two — Mehlhorn and Kirkwood — failed to win a major in their careers.