TPC Deere Run is the place to go low on the PGA Tour. In 2014 the course played to a 69.764 scoring average, making it the seventh easiest course on Tour. Last year, 56 eagles and 1,844 birdies were recorded, the most of any Tour course. Eleven of the 18 holes played under par, and the 14th hole was the easiest par 4 on Tour with a 3.613 average. Forty-three percent of golfers who played it made either eagle or birdie. Why is Deere Run so easy? Wide fairways. In 2014, players hit 69.87 percent of the fairways. Only at Pinehurst and Kapalua did players find the short grass at a higher rate.
|Zach Johnson||2||T2||Win||T3||T21||Finished top-3 in five of last six starts here, 25th in birdie average in ‘15|
|Steve Stricker||T11||T10||T5||Win||Win||115 under in his last 24 rounds at TPC Deere Run|
|Jordan Spieth||T7||Win||T58||DNP||DNP||41 under in his last 12 rounds in Tour, T2 in birdie average this year|
|Kevin Kisner||T20||DNP||Cut||Cut||DNP||Has lost three sudden-death playoffs in his last eight starts|
|Jerry Kelly||T3||T4||T36||Cut||DNP||Broken par in last 12 John Deere rounds, 50th in birdie average in ‘15|