15 Stats From The 2015 PGA Tour Season That Will Blow Your Mind\nJason Day had the longest streak of shooting par-or-better rounds (22). Day's run started at the British Open and ended with a third-round 73 at the Deutsche Bank Championship. The Aussie was a staggering 79 under total during that stretch.\nIt might surprise you that Johnson Wagner, not Jason Day, had the season's longest streak of consecutive rounds in the 60s (14). Perhaps even more surprising is the fact that streak only led to these four finishes: T-32, T-5, T-10, and T-18.\nJosh Teater hit the most consecutive fairways (34).\nMark Hensby hit the most consecutive greens in regulation (31).\nFreddie Jacobson went more than three months without three-putting. His 542 straight holes without three-putting set a new PGA Tour record.\nNot one player with at least 20 starts made every cut in the 2014-15 season. Henrik Stenson came the closest with zero missed cuts in 16 tournaments.\nSeven players managed to go the entire season without missing a putt from three feet and in. Daniel Summerhays had the most attempts (941) of anyone with a perfect record.\nRyan Palmer had the longest birdie/eagle streak (8 holes) during the second round of the Humana Challenge, to tie the PGA Tour record. Palmer mixed in two eagles to go eight under in the 10-hole stretch during his 61, which also matched the low round on tour for the season.\nBubba Watson had the highest percentage (42.86) of drives measured longer than 320 yards.\nBrooks Koepka made the highest percentage (79.6) of putts between four and eight feet.\nChad Campbell made the season's longest putt (95 feet, three inches) on the 17th hole at Riviera CC during the second round of the Northern Trust Open.\nBrandt Jobe had the longest consecutive one-putt streak (16). \nBrendon Todd had the most consecutive sand saves (15).\nChambers Bay, which hosted the U.S. Open for the first time, wound up having six of the 18 most difficult holes of the season.\nJordan Spieth made $881,219 per start for the season. That record total broke down to $13,908 per hole and $3,623 per shot.