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Interesting Stat - Winners' Number of Holed Putts Vs Field

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I'm guessing they make so many long putts, they don't get to make many short putts?

And follow up tweet from John Graham:

 

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The difference between the winner and the rest of the field is less than one per round 

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I saw the title of this topic and thought, "Whether you win or finish last, you are going to hole very darn close to 18 putts per round."  ;-)

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20 minutes ago, Hardspoon said:

I saw the title of this topic and thought, "Whether you win or finish last, you are going to hole very darn close to 18 putts per round."  ;-)

Exactly my first thought too lol.  I'm like "I'm gonna guess it's 72 aaaaaaaaaand 72" 😉

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13 hours ago, ScottF said:

The difference between the winner and the rest of the field is less than one per round 

Right, and the rest of the field probably misses a few more greens and thus has a few more putts (after a chip) inside 8'.

The difference here is tiny.

13 hours ago, Hardspoon said:

I saw the title of this topic and thought, "Whether you win or finish last, you are going to hole very darn close to 18 putts per round."  ;-)

I thought the same.

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