The golf year is almost in the books and there were some incredible statistics to look back and marvel upon.
Phil Mickelson became the oldest player to ever win a major when he tamed Kiawah Island at the age of 50 to claim the PGA Championship.
Mickelson's win beat a record that stretched back more than 150 years and is arguably the coolest thing to happen this year.
Lefty dined out on the win and will continue to reference it in social media posts and barbs for as long as he is alive.
Mickelson's win came 30 years after he claimed his first at the 1991 Northern Telecom Open.
The major winners in 2021 we aged 24, 26, 29 and 50.
It's fine work from Mickelson and there were of course some pretty cool stats elsewhere.
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Sungae Im's birdie bonanza
Sungae Im played 17 more rounds than any other player in the 2021 PGA Tour season and also set the record for most birdies-or-better with 513, beating the previous record held by Steve Flesch who drained 509 in 2000.
Morikawa put in some performances this year that belied his years. He won his second major championship at The Open this summer. Those wins have come from just eight starts. Morikawa picked up the 2020 PGA Championship.
Louis hit for six
Louis Oosthuizen has an interesting record that perhaps he is not proud of. He led or co-led in six major championship rounds in 2021.
Cantlay's putting gets hot
Patrick Cantlay won the BMW Championship at East Lake after reaching 27-under. In a playoff for the ages, Cantlay triumphed over Bryson DeChambeau. His putting performance was truly epic, gaining 14.58 strokes in the week. Cantlay made 21 putts of 10 feet or longer in regulation, shooting four rounds in the 60s. It was his 15th straight sub-70 round. To put that into context, the last player with a longer streak to the end year was Charles Howell III in 2002.