11 Consecutive PGA Tour Wins
Despite his sudden fall, Tiger Woods is still the most dominant golfer in his era. He owns numerous PGA Tour records and hasn't yet given up (officially) on Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major victories.
Though Tiger now appears will never catch Jack - or for that matter at this point, Sam Snead's record of 82 PGA Tour wins (Woods has 79) - there is a streak Woods, or anybody else, will never come close to equaling or eclipsing: Byron Nelson's 11 consecutive PGA Tour victories.
At the height of his powers, Woods was able to put together streaks of five, six and seven. But in 1945, Nelson won 18 of the 35 tournaments he entered, finished second seven times, and won those 11 in a row, including that year's only major, the PGA Championship. Though it's been argued that the field was weakened that year because of World War II, the fact remains the likes of Snead and Ben Hogan were on tour at that time and playing a full schedule.
To put further perspective on Nelson's streak, no golfer not named Tiger Woods has won as many as four in a row since Hogan did it in 1953. With the PGA Tour increasingly crowded with top-notch players from around the world, and the fact that Woods' best days are behind him, Nelson's streak may live on comfortably for a long time to come.