Culminating the best season of his career, Dustin Johnson was named the 2016 PGA Tour Player of the Year on Tuesday; the award is voted on by his fellow players on Tour.
During the 2015-16 season, Johnson captured three wins on Tour, which included his first major championship at the U.S. Open at Oakmont. In his 22 starts this season, the 32-year-old Johnson carded a PGA TOUR best fifteen top-10 finishes en route to his rise to a career-high #2 in the OWGR.
Johnson has claimed a victory on the PGA TOUR in nine consecutive seasons, the longest current streak on Tour.
U.S. Open (67-69-71-69) | -4
WGC Bridgestone Invitational (69-73-66-66) | -6
BMW Championship (67-63-68-67) | -23
By the Numbers
Wins: 3 (T1)
Scoring Average: 69.172 (#1)
Top 10s: 15 (#1)
Earnings: $9,365,185 (#1)
Birdie Average: 4.45 (#1)
Driving Distance: 313.6 (#2)
Source: Taylormade Golf