5 Things You Didn't Know ... Stanford St. Jude Classic
PGA Tour veteran Woody Austin is long off the tee, but driving was not the key to his win in Memphis. GOLF.com goes deep inside the numbers to reveal how he got it done.
Woody Knows Wedges
A final-round 62 propelled 43-year-old Woody Austin into the winner's circle Sunday at the Stanford St. Jude Classic. Going long off the tee all week (he averaged 304.3 yards per drive) set up a lot of short approach shots for Austin, and the man from Derby, Kan., delivered. On shots from 125-150 yards out, Austin led the field with the shortest average leave distance, stopping his ball a scant 9-feet, 6-inches from the cup. The field's average was 23-feet, 10-inches.