PGA Tour Winners 2022-23: Most Wins on the PGA Tour

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Viktor Hovland, of Norway, celebrates winning the Tour Championship golf tournament, Sunday, Aug. 27, 2023, in Atlanta.
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Ryan Hannable @RyanHannable Nov 27, 2023, 8:11 AM
  • Full list of 2022-23 PGA Tour season winners.
  • Who has the most career wins among active players?

The 2022-23 PGA Tour season will consist of 47 tournaments, featuring 44 regular-season events and three FedExCup Playoffs events, beginning Sept. 12, 2022, with the Fortinet Championship and ending Aug. 27, 2023, with the Tour Championship.

This means another fantastic year of golf betting.

There are a few changes, including only 70 players qualifying for the first FedEx Cup Playoffs event (down from 120). These players will be fully exempt for the following season as the Tour transitions to a calendar-year season beginning in 2024.

In addition, the top players will commit to playing in at least 20 events, which will have roughly $20 million purses (significantly more money from 2022).

These are the four majors, three playoff events, the Players Championship, Sentry Tournament of Champions, Genesis Invitational, Arnold Palmer Invitational, the Memorial, WGC-Dell Match Play Championship, WM Phoenix Open, RBC Heritage, Wells Fargo Championship, Travelers Championship and then three more events of their choice.

PGA Tour Winners 2022-23

Sept. 15-18Fortinet ChampionshipMax Homa
Sept. 29-Oct. 2Sanderson Farms ChampionshipMackenzie Hughes
Oct. 6-9Shriners Children's OpenTom Kim
Oct. 13-16ZOZO ChampionshipKeegan Bradley
Oct. 20-23The CJ CupRory McIlroy
Oct. 27-30Butterfield Bermuda ChampionshipSeamus Power
Nov. 3-6World Wide Technology Championship at MayakobaRussell Henley
Nov. 10-13Cadence Bank Houston OpenTony Finau
Nov. 17-20The RSM ClassicAdam Svensson
Jan. 5-8Sentry Tournament of ChampionsJon Rahm
Jan. 12-15Sony Open in HawaiiSi Woo Kim
Jan. 19-22The American ExpressJon Rahm
Jan. 25-28Farmers Insurance OpenMax Homa
Feb. 2-5AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmJustin Rose
Feb. 9-12WM Phoenix OpenScottie Scheffler
Feb. 16-19Genesis InvitationalJon Rahm
Feb. 23-26Honda ClassicChris Kirk
March 2-5Arnold Palmer InvitationalKurt Kitayama
March 9-12Players ChampionshipScottie Scheffler
March 16-19Valspar ChampionshipTaylor Moore
March 22-26WGC Match PlaySam Burns
March 30-April 2Valero Texas OpenCorey Conners
April 6-9MastersJon Rahm
April 13-16RBC HeritageMatt Fitzpatrick
April 20-23Zurich ClassicNick Hardy/Davis Riley
April 27-30Mexico Open at VidantaTony Finau
May 4-7Wells Fargo ChampionshipWyndham Clark
May 11-14AT&T Byron NelsonJason Day
May 18-21PGA Championship Brooks Koepka
May 25-28Charles Schwab ChallangeEmiliano Grillo
June 1-4the MemorialViktor Hovland
June 8-11RBC Canadian OpenNick Taylor
June 15-18U.S. OpenWyndham Clark
June 22-25Travelers ChampionshipKeegan Bradley
June 29-July 2Rocket Mortgage ClassicRickie Fowler
July 6-9John Deere ClassicSepp Straka
July 13-16Genesis Scottish OpenRory McIlroy
July 20-23Open ChampionshipBrian Harman
July 27-303M OpenLee Hodges
Aug. 3-6Wyndham ChampionshipLucas Glover
Aug. 10-13FedEx St. Jude ChampionshipLucas Glover
Aug. 17-20BMW ChampionshipViktor Hovland
Aug. 27-30Tour ChampionshipViktor Hovland
Sept. 14-17Fortinet ChampionshipSahith Theegala
Oct. 5-8Sanderson Farm ChampionshipLuke List
Oct. 12-15Shriners Children's OpenTom Kim
Oct. 19-22ZOZO ChampionshipCollin Morikawa
Nov. 2-5World Wide Technology ChampionshipErik van Rooyen
Nov. 9-12Butterfield Bermuda ChampionshipCamilo Villegas
Nov. 16-19The RSM ClassicLudvig Aberg

Fortinet Championship

The 2022-23 PGA Tour season kicked off at the Fortinet Championship in Napa, California and Max Homa defended his title with a one-shot win over Danny Willett.

Sanderson Farms Championship

After a week off for the Presidents Cup, Mackenzie Hughes defeated Sepp Straka on the second playoff hole to pick up his second career PGA Tour win, and first since 2016.

Shriners Children’s Open

The next week, Tom Kim earned his second career PGA Tour win at the Shriners Children’s Open. He became the first player since Tiger Woods to win twice on Tour before turning 21 years old.

ZOZO Championship

Following a week in Vegas, the PGA Tour headed to Japan for the ZOZO Championship, where Keegan Bradley picked up his first win since 2018.

The CJ Cup

Upon returning to the United States, Rory McIlroy successfully defended his title at The CJ Cup, which moved him to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Rankings.

Butterfield Bermuda Championship

The PGA Tour closed out October at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship, where Seamus Power picked up his second career PGA Tour victory.

World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba/Candence Bank Houston Open/The RSM Classic

The fall portion of the schedule wrapped up with Russell Henley winning in Mexico, Tony Finau in Houston and Adam Svensson at the RSM Classic.

Sentry Tournament of Champions

After a month-plus without an official event, Jon Rahm opened the 2023 calendar year by winning the Sentry Tournament of Champions. It was the first-ever designated event in PGA Tour history.

Sony Open in Hawaii

Si Woo Kim captured the second event in Hawaii, with his win at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

The American Express

The Tour returned to the continental United States for The American Express, where Rahm won his second event in as many starts.

Farmers Insurance Open

The week after that, Homa won for the second time this season at the Farmers Insurance Open.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

At the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, a Monday finish was needed, but it was worth the wait for Justin Rose, who won for the first time since 2019.

WM Phoenix Open

Scottie Scheffler won the second designated event of the year, the WM Phoenix Open, on Super Bowl Sunday.

Genesis Invitational

The West Coast Swing wrapped up with the Genesis Invitational, where Rahm won for the third time this year and claimed his second designated event title.

Honda Classic

The first event of the Florida Swing, the Honda Classic, came down to a playoff where Chris Kirk defeated PGA Tour rookie Eric Cole on the first playoff hole. It was Kirk’s first PGA Tour win since 2015.

Arnold Palmer Invitational

The second event of the Florida Swing was the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where Kurt Kitayama picked up his first career PGA Tour win. It was an exciting back nine in the final round, as eight players finished within three shots.

The Players Championship

In the second of back-to-back designated events, Scheffler won for the second time this year at the Players Championship. He finished six shots ahead of second place.

Valspar Championship

The Florida Swing ended with the Valspar Championship, where Taylor Moore came from behind on the back-nine on Sunday to pick up his first career PGA Tour win.

WGC Match Play

In the final WGC Match Play, Sam Burns defeated Cameron Young, 6&5, in the championship match to claim his fifth career PGA Tour victory.

Valero Texas Open

The PGA Tour wrapped up its two-week stop in Texas with the Valero Texas Open, where Corey Conners won for the second time.


Rahm claimed his first Green Jacket on Easter Sunday. He finished four shots better than Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson.

RBC Heritage

The PGA Tour then shifted east to Hilton Head Island for another designated event, the RBC Heritage. It was an exciting tournament where Matt Fitzpatrick edged Jordan Spieth in a three-hole playoff to claim his second PGA Tour win.

Zurich Classic

At the Zurich Classic, the only team event on the PGA Tour, Davis Riley/Nick Hardy claimed their first career wins.

Mexico Open at Vidanta

The following week at the Mexico Open at Vidanta, Finau edged Rahm for his second win of the season.

Wells Fargo Championship

Another designated event was held at the Wells Fargo Championship, where Wyndham Clark picked up his first career PGA Tour win.

AT&T Byron Nelson

In the week before the PGA Championship, Jason Day won for the first time since 2018 at the AT&T Byron Nelson.

PGA Championship

Brooks Koepka won the second major of the year, the PGA Championship, at Oak Hill. He finished two shots better than Scottie Scheffler and Viktor Hovland. It was his fifth career major.

Charles Schwab Challenge

The PGA Tour went back to Texas for the Charles Schwab Challenge, where Emiliano Grillo won for the second time in his career. He beat Adam Schenk on the second playoff hole.

the Memorial

The next week at the Memorial, Viktor Hovland picked up his first win of the season in a playoff over Denny McCarthy.

RBC Canadian Open

In the Tour’s only stop in Canada, Canadian Nick Taylor made a long eagle putt on the fourth playoff hole to beat Tommy Fleetwood. It was the first time a Canadian had won the event in nearly 70 years.

U.S. Open

At the U.S. Open from Los Angeles Country Club, Wyndham Clark held off Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler to win his first career major and second career PGA Tour win.

Travelers Championship

Players then had to travel cross country for another designated event with the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Connecticut. It was there where Keegan Bradley won in his native New England region.

Rocket Mortgage Classic

The next week, Rickie Fowler won the Rocket Mortgage Classic in a playoff over Collin Morikawa and Adam Hadwin. Fowler’s last PGA Tour win was back in 2019.

John Deere Classic

In the final event before a few weeks in Europe, Sepp Straka won the John Deere Classic thanks to a final round 62.

Genesis Scottish Open

At the Genesis Scottish Open, Rory McIlroy birdied the final two holes in the final round to beat Robert MacIntyre by a shot. This was the event prior to the Open Championship.

Open Championship

At the Open Championship, Brian Harman blitzed the field en route to a six-shot victory, which was his first major championship. He finished the week at 13-under.

3M Open

After returning to the United States, Lee Hodges dominated the field at the 3M Open, winning by seven shots.

Wyndham Championship

Lucas Glover wrapped up the PGA Tour regular season with a win at the Wyndham Championship.

FedEx St. Jude Championship

Glover continued his hot streak by taking the first event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs – the FedEx St. Jude Championship. He took down Cantlay in a playoff.

BMW Championship

The second event of the playoffs was an exciting one, as Hovland fired a final-round 61 to come from behind and win by two shots over Scheffler and Fitzpatrick. His back-9 28 may have made it the round of the year on the PGA Tour, considering the circumstances.

Tour Championship

Hovland continued his dominance at the Tour Championship, winning by five strokes and claiming $18 million as the FedEx Cup champion.

Fortinet Championship

In the first fall event, Sahith Theegala picked up his first career PGA Tour win, a two-shot victory over S.H. Kim.

Sanderson Farms Championship

After a few weeks off, Luke List won in a five-man playoff at the Sanderson Farm Championship.

Shriners Children’s Open

At the Shriners Children’s Open in Las Vegas, Kim defended his title with a one-shot victory over Adam Hadwin.

ZOZO Championship

The PGA Tour headed to Japan the next week, where Collin Morikawa won for the first time since the 2021 Open Championship.

World Wide Technology Championship

With the season winding down, Erik van Rooyen earned his second career PGA Tour win at the World Wide Technology Championship. He finished birdie-birdie-eagle to claim a two-shot victory.

Butterfield Bermuda Championship

For the first time in nine years, Camilo Villegas was a winner on the PGA Tour. Finishing at 24-under, he won by two shots.

The RSM Classic

Ludvig Aberg won for the first time on the PGA Tour with a total score of 253, setting the 72-hole scoring record.

Most Wins on the PGA Tour 2022-23

Player2022-23 Wins
Ludvig Aberg1
Keegan Bradley2
Sam Burns1
Wyndham Clark2
Corey Conners1
Jason Day 1
Tony Finau2
Matt Fitzpatrick1
Rickie Fowler1
Lucas Glover2
Emiliano Grillo 1
Nick Hardy1
Brian Harman1
Russell Henley1
Lee Hodges1
Max Homa2
Viktor Hovland3
Mackenzie Hughes1
Tom Kim2
Si Woo Kim1
Chris Kirk1
Kurt Kitayama1
Brooks Koepka1
Luke List1
Rory McIlroy2
Collin Morikawa1
Seamus Power1
Jon Rahm4
Davis Riley1
Justin Rose1
Scottie Scheffler2
Sepp Straka1
Adam Svensson1
Nick Taylor1
Sahith Theegala1
Erik van Rooyen1
Camilo Villegas1

Most Career Wins on the PGA Tour

RankPlayerCareer Wins
T-1Tiger Woods82
T-1Sam Snead82
3Jack Nicklaus73
4Ben Hogan64
5Arnold Palmer62
6Byron Nelson52
7Billy Casper51
T-8Walter Hagan45
T-8Phil Micklelson45
T-10Tom Watson39
T-10Carrie Middlecoff39
12Gene Sarazen38
13Lloyd Mangrum 36
14Vijay Singh34
15Jimmy Demaret 31
16Horton Smith30
T-17Harry Cooper29
T-17Gene Littler29
T-17Lee Trevino29
T-20Leo Diegel28
T-20Paul Renyan28
22Harry Picard27
T-23Tommy Armour25
T-23Johnny Miller25
T-23Macdonald Smith25
T-26Dustin Johnson24
T-26Gary Player24
T-26Rory McIlroy24
T-29Jim Barnes22
T-29Johnny Farrell22
T-29Raymond Floyd22

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Ryan Hannable is a Content Managing Editor on the Web Content Team for BetMGM. Previously, he was a New England Patriots beat writer for WEEI in Boston. He also has published a golf book, “The Ultimate Book of Golf Trivia: 600 Questions and Answers.”

Ryan Hannable is a Content Managing Editor on the Web Content Team for BetMGM. Previously, he was a New England Patriots beat writer for WEEI in Boston. He also has published a golf book, “The Ultimate Book of Golf Trivia: 600 Questions and Answers.”