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21 minutes ago, Zeph said:

Final tally for Wells Fargo:

SG: Off the tee: 2.996 (15th)
SG: Approach to the green: 4.530 (9th)
SG: Around the green: -0.029 (44th)
SG: Putting: -5.823 (72nd)
SG: Tee to green: 7.497 (8th)
SG: Total: 1.674 (T55)

Finishes T55 and drops down from 88th to 92nd on the OWGR. Clearly the putting was a struggle, but driving accuracy was also a bit off, hitting 25/56 fairways (T63).

Next up is PLAYERS.

Appreciate the compilation! IMO being top 10 in SG (Tee to green) in one tourney may not reflect it but over time I am sure that over time it will keep positioning him to attack.

 

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Didn't watch too much of this tournament, but it seemed like he was hitting the ball fine. Its not good when a player in his 40's putts that poorly though. He left alot out there at Augusta too. 

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36 minutes ago, Zeph said:

Final tally for Wells Fargo:

SG: Off the tee: 2.996 (15th)
 

but driving accuracy was also a bit off, hitting 25/56 fairways (T63).

 

These two stats jumped out at me. 15th in strokes gained off the tee, but only hit 45% of the fairways. 

Helps prove the point that that hitting fairways is generally overrated.

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You gotta figure he sleepwalks to a top ten if he just putts better than a one armed epileptic on rollerskates.....

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2 hours ago, nevets88 said:

Did not know about this juggling bit

 

Jones, Snead, Hagen, Sarazen, Hogan nor Nicklaus could do that. See? Tiger, GOAT. Lol.

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A positive weekend at The Players, though he dropped a few spots at the end there. On 14 he hit a 353 yard drive, had 110 left and looking for another birdie. Instead he hits the wedge short and ends up spending 4 shots on those last 110 yards, carding a bogey. Then a breath of wind hits him on 17 (according to him) and he drowns the ball, ending up with a double. The round could easily have been three or four shots better.

 

Jumps from 92nd to 80th on the OWGR and says in his post-round interview that he hopes to play at the WGC in Akron, Ohio in August, being the last time it's played at Firestone.

 

He hasn't committed to anything other than the US Open, but one has to assume he will be playing at the Memorial two weeks from now.

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On 5/10/2018 at 10:20 PM, Vinsk said:

Jones, Snead, Hagen, Sarazen, Hogan nor Nicklaus could do that. See? Tiger, GOAT. Lol.

Chi Chi Rodriguez could, His last move always involved a very open face and hitting the ball straight up and catching it in a pocket. Snead could do amazing stuff with a golf club, kind of along the lines of Seve. He could have done this with some practice.

Hogan would have never tried it. He was all business.

 

 

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7 hours ago, sheepdog said:

Chi Chi Rodriguez could, His last move always involved a very open face and hitting the ball straight up and catching it in a pocket. Snead could do amazing stuff with a golf club, kind of along the lines of Seve. He could have done this with some practice.

Hogan would have never tried it. He was all business.

 

 

Rodriguez wasn’t listed, moot point on your behalf. And no, Snead couldn’t and never did what the video showed. Ya done.

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On 5/14/2018 at 11:19 PM, Vinsk said:

Rodriguez wasn’t listed, moot point on your behalf. And no, Snead couldn’t and never did what the video showed. Ya done.

The thought of Hogan ever bouncing a ball off the face of a club and entertaining a crowd shows you know little of him or any of the others you mentioned, they were pure business with a club in their hands.. Of all you list the only one that might have tried it was Snead and do you really know that he couldn't.

Could Tiger kick the top of a doorway? Snead could well into his 70s, it was a running bet he had at Augusta, do you know???

 

Tiger #2 GOAT.

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4 hours ago, sheepdog said:

The thought of Hogan ever bouncing a ball off the face of a club and entertaining a crowd shows you know little of him or any of the others you mentioned, they were pure business with a club in their hands.. Of all you list the only one that might have tried it was Snead and do you really know that he couldn't.

Could Tiger kick the top of a doorway? Snead could well into his 70s, it was a running bet he had at Augusta, do you know???

 

Tiger #2 GOAT.

You’re really making an ass out of yourself with the Tiger #2 GOAT when you’ve provided zero stats/data that favor anyone above Tiger. Your profile name suits you well. Carry on kiddo.

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