Mark Broadie uses advanced metrics to show why Rory McIlroy is such an elite driver of the golf ball compared to his peers.
Should you be working on hitting driver straight — or on grooving that hook? PGA Tour data may unlock some answers for you.
This year's Masters tournament was stacked with a who's who atop the leaderboard on Sunday. But was it the best ever?
Mark Broadie crunches the numbers to explain why trying to leave yourself easier uphill putts doesn't actually work.
Mark Broadie explains his new data that can classify your scoring strategies as either volatile or steady. The former isn't that bad.
Mark Broadie looks at the stats and compares how hard Augusta National's greens are compared to regular PGA Tour events.
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.