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"How to Break 90: An Easy Approach for Breaking Golf's Toughest Scoring Barrier" by TJ Tomasi, Mike Adams, and Mike Corcoran


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1 hour ago, Kingkat1954 said:

I understand that any handicap golfer that can play consistently in the 80's, is a  good golfer.  According to USGA Handicaps, isn't that better than over 70 percent of the players? 

 

According to Google, only 20% of golfers break 90.

In the game of golf, around 5 percent of players are able to break below 80 consistently. Around 20 percent break between 80 and 90. While 25 percent can break 100 consistently. So this leaves us with 50 percent of golfers that don't have the ability to break 100 consistently.

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