Mark Broadie uses his new 'short sided index' PGA Tour statistic to explain the difference between good and bad misses.
The young bomber is next-level in his length, even on the PGA Tour.
Some golf streaks are harder to pull off than others. Among the toughest? Always doing better than the other guys.
Some players rise to the occasion. In Brooks Koepka's case, that means getting real (and really good) four times a year.
Woods seemed like he was a hot starter this year. Well, the stats back it up. But will it be a fluke?
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.