Until Sunday, only Americans and Australians (including an Australian who married an American) had won on the PGA Tour during the 2013-14 season.
Seung-yul Noh ended that streak at 23 events. Noh, from Korea, became the first player born outside of those two countries to win this season on the PGA Tour.
So far, 19 tournaments had been won by Americans, with four Aussies (Jason Day, John Senden, Steven Bowditch, Matt Jones) taking titles in the first 23 tournaments of the season. A total of 16 Americans have won tournaments, with Jimmy Walker already boasting three titles on the year and Patrick Reed taking a pair.
The last time the first 24 PGA Tour events could be claimed by just three or fewer countries? 1992. The U.S. had 23 PGA Tour wins, with Austrlia's Steve Elkington owning the other -- the season opener..