Did Mark Broadie's theoretical simulation employ Aim Point? (Lol)
By his own admission he did not analyze actual data as it would be too difficult to collect that data.
You can simulate whatever you want in a model. One could just stay home and just simulate playing a round
My point in my post above was that, in reality, a larger hole may help to offset the distance advantage of the modern power game. I don't know.
But if we are discussing perfect, then the diameter of the hole should reflect the proper weighting advantage of short to long game.
I worked with him on this issue and I really think he is hitting the ball further and is more consistent. I tried it myself, and I felt that it actually improved my consistency. I thought it would just improve power but make swinging more difficult, but that doesn't seem to be the case. It's a little surprising actually.
I'll post videos soon.