Tommy Fleetwood has been great this year by just about every measure, but his par 4 scoring average stinks. It’s because that stat is flawed.
The best players in the world are some of the longest, but certainly not the straightest. It’s worth it, they say. Our stats guru goes inside the numbers.
That rumbling sound you hear is leaderboard turbulence on Moving Day. Or is it? Is Saturday play really that feverish?
Three-putting from eight feet and three-putting from 60 feet are very different, so why are they treated the same?
How would a PGA Tour player would do on a standard par-3 golf course? Probably much worse than you would think.
Drives by Dustin Johnson, irons by Jordan Spieth, and wedges and putting by Rickie Fowler. How well would our hybrid pro do in a season on Tour? Our expert breaks it down.
Picking this year’s green-jacket winner will be, for most golf nerds, a wild guess (at best). But analytics whiz Mark Broadie has examined it from all angles, and he has the answer.
In the 2017 PGA Tour season, the youngest winner, at age 21, was Si Woo Kim. It was also the season that Rod Pampling won at 47, and 50-year-old Steve Stricker pocketed a million in earnings. Is there a youth movement on Tour…or not?
Pros and weekend players find the rough or sand at similar frequencies. The difference off the tee lies in our big misses, which do major damage to the scorecard.
In a dominant 2017 season, Justin Thomas — all 145 pounds of him — powered past the Tour’s best players with improvements in driving, short game and putting. That’s enough to turn top 10s from 2016 into victories in 2017.