Great stuff @saevel25. As a Cleveland fan it has been pretty amazing watching him pitch. The amazing thing is the command he has with a pitch that moves that much.
Also never seen someone with that little emotion. He's like a robot. Baseball version of Iron Byron.
Not exactly, he mentioned that he and his buddies hit those same yardages and was attributing good scores to short game play. I was only pointing out that at those distances it's long game that puts you on the green and having birdie chances.
Also, 250 yard average is like a minimum to get to scratch if you can do everything else better than average as well.
Most scratch or plus around here hit in the 280 range high and straight.
when i was growing up, I lived about 3 minutes from the golf course that hosted the PGA Tours BC Open, now hosts Champions Tour Dicks Sporting Goods Open, but my parents used to buy me full week Mon-Sun passes and drop me off the the morning and pick me up late in the afternoon, loved just walking around and watching. Anyway, one year, there was all this talk about this "incredibly talented, next big thing" a "child prodigy" or something (idk I was like, 14 maybe) and he received a sponsors exemption I believe into the field and I went and watched him play for a while... but yea, he never really made it..... Ty Tryon. Idk if he was really a "one hit wonder" but he does fit with the question "whatever happened to...?" Lol.
Yup. My Browns looked the part. New QB gets a migraine and the rest of the team looked BLEH. Now off to Indy to face a Luck-less team. They are actually favored for the first time since 2015. I'm sure they'll find a way to mess that up.