Tiger Woods' Tournament Wins

The list of (and some trivia about) Woods' career victories

Tiger Woods of the U.S. Team celebrates after winning the 12th hole during the Day One Four-Ball Matches at the Muirfield Village Golf Club on October 3, 2013 in Dublin, Ohio
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Below is the list of Tiger Woods' wins on the PGA Tour throughout his career, numbered from the first (1996 Las Vegas Invitational) up to the current time. Also included here are Woods' European Tour victories plus wins on other tours, along with a few more nuggets of interesting info and trivia.

Where Does Tiger Rank on the Career Wins List?

Woods' 82 career wins ranks him first all-time on the PGA Tour career wins list, tied with one other golfer:

  • Sam Snead, 82 wins
  • Tiger Woods, 82 wins
  • Jack Nicklaus, 73 wins

Number of Major Wins by Woods

Woods has 15 career wins in major championships: five in the The Masters, three in the U.S. Open, three in the British Open and four in the PGA Championship. That number - 15 - is second in golf history to Jack Nicklaus' 18. You can view a separate list of Tiger Woods' major wins that goes into the key facts and figures relating to Woods' majors (those major victories are, of course, included in the list of all of Tiger's wins that follows).

Tiger Woods' PGA Tour Wins

Listed in reverse-chronological order (most recent first). Wins are listed by year, with total number of wins per year included in parentheses.

2019 (2)

82. Zozo Championship

81. The Masters

2018 (1)
80. Tour Championship

2013 (5)
79. WGC Bridgestone Invitational
78. The Players Championship
77. Arnold Palmer Invitational
76. WGC Cadillac Championship
75. Farmers Insurance Open

Woods' victory in the Palmer and his victory at Bridgestone was, in both cases, his eighth career win in those respective events. That tied the PGA Tour record for most wins in a single tournament.

2012 (3)
74. AT&T National
73. The Memorial
72. Arnold Palmer Invitational

2009 (6)
71. BMW Championship
70. WGC Bridgestone Invitational
69. Buick Open
68. AT&T National
67. The Memorial
66. Arnold Palmer Invitational

Woods won the Player of the Year award.

2008 (4)
65. U.S. Open
64. Arnold Palmer Invitational
63. WGC Accenture Match Play Championship
62. Buick Invitational

The Buick Invitational, as it was called in 2008, is the tournament played at Torrey Pines. This was Woods' seventh career win in that tournament.

2007 (7)
61. The Tour Championship
60. BMW Championship
59. PGA Championship
58. WC Bridgestone Invitational
57. Wachovia Championship
56. WGC CA Championship
55. Buick Invitational

Woods won the PGA Championship for the second year in a row, becoming the first golfer to do that in the tournament's stroke-play era. He was named PGA Tour Player of the Year.

2006 (8)
54. WGC American Express Championship
53. Deutsche Bank Championship
52. WGC Bridgestone Invitational
51. PGA Championship
50. Buick Open
49. British Open
48. Ford Championship at Doral
47. Buick Invitational

Woods was named PGA Tour Player of the Year.

2005 (6)
46. WGC American Express Championship
45. WGC NEC Invitational
44. British Open
43. The Masters
42. Ford Championship at Doral
41. Buick Invitational

Woods was named PGA Tour Player of the Year.

2004 (1)
40. WGC Accenture Match Play Championship

2003 (5)
39. WGC American Express Championship
38. Western Open
37. Bay Hill Invitational
36. WGC Accenture Match Play Championship
35. Buick Invitational

This is the first year for which Woods earned the Player of the Year Award in which he failed to win a major (it also happened in 2009 and 2013). It was his fifth consecutive year winning the award, the first golfer to do so.

2002 (5)
34. WGC American Express Championship
33. Buick Open
32. U.S. Open
31. The Masters
30. Bay Hill Invitational

Woods became just the third golfer to win The Masters in back-to-back years, and was named PGA Tour Player of the Year.

2001 (5)
29. WGC NEC Invitational
28. The Memorial
27. The Masters
26. Players Championship
25. Bay Hill Invitational

Woods was named PGA Tour Player of the Year.

2000 (9)
24. Bell Canadian Open
23. WGC NEC Invitational
22. PGA Championship
21. British Open
20. U.S. Open
19. The Memorial
18. Bay Hill Invitational
17. AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
16. Mercedes Championships

Woods was the first golfer post-1950 to win at least nine tournaments in a single year. Combined with his wins in 1999, his 17 victories in back-to-back season was tied for second-most all-time. He was named PGA Tour Player of the Year.

1999 (8)
15. WGC American Express Championship
14. The Tour Championship
13. National Car Rental Golf Classic/Disney
12. WGC NEC Invitational
11. PGA Championship
10. Motorola Western Open
9. The Memorial
8. Buick Invitational

Woods was named PGA Tour Player of the Year.

1998 (1)
7. BellSouth Classic

1997 (4)
6. Motorola Western Open
5. GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic
4. The Masters
3. Mercedes Championships

Woods set records as the youngest Masters champ and for the largest margin of victory in The Masters. He won his first Player of the Year award this year.

1996 (2)
2. Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic
1. Las Vegas Invitational

Note that Woods led the PGA Tour in wins in 12 different seasons. No other golfer in PGA Tour history has led the tour in wins in more than six seasons. Woods won five or more tournaments in 10 different years, which is also the tour record.

Tiger Woods' European Tour Wins

The four major championships plus WGC victories are counted as official wins on the European Tour, too. Woods is credited with 40 official European Tour victories, most of which are majors and WGC events. Those tournaments are already included in the PGA Tour list above.

So outside of the majors and WGC tournaments, these are Woods' European Tour wins (in reverse-chronological order):

  • 2009 JBWere Masters
  • 2008 Dubai Desert Classic
  • 2006 Dubai Desert Classic
  • 2002 Deutsche Bank SAP Open
  • 2001 Deutsche Bank SAP Open
  • 2000 Johnnie Walker Classic
  • 1999 Deutsche Bank SAP Open
  • 1998 Johnnie Walker Classic

Woods' Wins on Other Tours

  • 2005 Dunlop Phoenix (Japan Tour)
  • 2004 Dunlope Phoenix (Japan Tour)
  • 1997 Asian Honda Classic (Asian Tour)