PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Jordan Spieth was voted PGA Tour player of the year Friday, giving him a sweep of all the significant awards.

The PGA Tour does not disclose how many votes Spieth received from the players, though the 22-year-old Texan removed any suspense last week with his four-shot victory in the Tour Championship to win the Fed Ex Cup.

Spieth had five wins this year, including the Masters and U.S. Open. He is the youngest player since Tiger Woods (21) to win the Jack Nicklaus Award as player of the year. Spieth also won the Arnold Palmer Award by topping the money list with a record $12 million, and the Vardon Trophy for having the lowest adjusted scoring average.

“You don’t recognize it, I guess, as the year goes on, and when you kind of look at it and review you can see exactly what we’ve done,” Spieth said. “It’s an honor … because it was our MVP of our league. And it’s voted on by the players. And for them to recognize the hard work that we’ve put in and what we’ve been able to do with it is truly special, and I thank all the players I look up to.”

Daniel Berger was voted rookie of the year. He was the only rookie to qualify for the Tour Championship.

Since the FedEx Cup began in 2007, Woods is the only other player to sweep the awards, win a major, and capture the FedEx Cup and its $10 million bonus.

Just two years ago, Woods received the Jack Nicklaus Award for a record 11th time. He was presented the trophy at Torrey Pines to start the 2014 season, and he shared the stage that day with Spieth, who was the 2013 rookie of the year.

Spieth looked over at Woods’ trophy and said, “Now it’s time to chase this other award.”

Spieth set the 36-hole record at Augusta National and tied Woods’ 72-hole mark at 18-under 270 with his wire-to-wire victory. He became only the fourth player since 1960 to win the first two legs of the Grand Slam when he won the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay. And he was tied for the lead at the British Open through 70 holes until a bogey on the 17th hole. He finished one shot out of a playoff and was runner-up to Jason Day at the PGA Championship.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Jimmy Mullen and Anthony Wall shared a one-stroke lead after the second round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in St. Andrews, Scotland.

Overnight co-leader Mullen added a 3-under 69 to his opening 64 to finish at 11-under 133 alongside fellow Englishman Wall.