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4 minutes ago, StuM said:

OK, then instead of "PGAT Players" we can just say "Non-LIV Players".  I'm not sure that changes my opinion much. unless all 21 PGA Pros missed the cut which would dramatically impact the percentage of PGAT Players making the cut throwing more advantage to the "Non-LIV" group.

Two made the cut. My point isn’t to change any opinions, it’s for accuracy. If anything it further supports your opinion because PGAT players did better than your percentages.

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4 hours ago, StuM said:

I use percentages a lot and to translate above to %

Of the total 153 in the field (excludes WD) 78 made the Cut is @ 51% overall.

Of the 16 LIV  in the field 11 made the cut is @ 69% vs the 67 PGAT Players making the cut is @ 49%  - Advantage to LIV...But you could also say they were bigger fish in the smaller pond.

Of the 11 LIV Players that made the Cut @ 6% were in the Top 10 vs @ 7% of the PGAT Players - Slight Advantage to PGAT

Of the 11 LIV Players that made the Cut 2, @ 9% were between 10-25 vs @ 21% of the PGAT Players - Advantage PGAT

Of the 11 LIV Players that made the Cust 7, @ 64%, were in the bottom 38 players vs @ 46% of the PGAT Players - Advantage PGAT

In my opinion PGAT performed better overall despite LIV wining the % that made the cut.

It is true that making the cut is a big deal but in reality all that means is they were better than the bottom 50% of all players.  If we are looking to identify the "Cream of the Crop" simply being in the top 50% does not cut it.

I agree, no asterisks needed.

 

I like to use percentages as well:

Winners from PGATour:  100%

Winners from LIV:  0%

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But then again, what the hell do I know?

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38 minutes ago, jxdama said:

All charges dropped against Sheffler.

This is the one time I actually would have entertained your schtick regarding how easy the course was and how low the winning score was and yet not a single post about it from you in this thread. I'm shocked.

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Assuming nothing actually happened, good for them.

The video (from 1:48) may be the best they got of the situation and it doesn't correlate to the charges, unless Gillis suggested it happened before he got this far.

 

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8 hours ago, jxdama said:

From what  i read Sheffler agreed  not to sue the police. Wish he would sue. 

I think the last thing he wants is to keep dragging this incident through a media circus.

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