By the numbers: Final round
By T.J. Auclair, PGA.com Interactive Producer
2: The number of times in his life that 2013 Senior PGA Champion Kohki Idoki has traveled outside of his native Japan, including his first trip to the U.S. this week. His only other trip abroad was for the 2012 Senior British Open, where he tied for 65th.
378,000: The amount, in dollars, that Idoki earned for his win at Bellerive.
64: Or 7 under par, the score recorded by Jim Rutledge in the final round of the 74th Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid at Bellerive -- the lowest score of the week. Rutledge had five birdies on the front nine alone and didn't make a single bogey on Sunday.
7: The number of bogeys or worse (five bogeys, two triple bogeys) made by Bernhard Langer in the first round, where he shot an 8-over 79.
0: The number of bogeys or worse made by Langer throughout the rest of the tournament, where he bounced back for a remarkable tie for 13th after making the 36-hole cut on the number (4 over).
3.486: The scoring average on the par-3 16th hole this week, which played as the most difficult in the tournament.
4.686: The scoring average on the par-5 fourth hole this week, which played as the easiest hole in the tournament.
17: The number of rounds in the 60s during the final round.
T64: The final position of 2012 Senior PGA Champion Roger Chapman in his title defense. Chapman shot an 8-over 79 on Sunday after a brilliant 5-under 66 on Saturday.
T28: The final position of Jeff Coston and Mark Mielke, who finished as the low club professionals of the five that made the cut at Bellerive.