SCHAEFFLER, THE WORLD’S BEST BALL-STRIKER, LEADS THE WORLD IN STROKES GAINED AND GREENS IN REGULATION

World No. 1 in men’s golf, Scott Schauffler (USA), was the best ball-striking player on the United States Professional Golf (PGA) Tour this year .The PGA Tour announced today that Schauffler was the most ball-striking player of the 2023 season .Schaeffler ranked first in strokes gained (68.63), which is the most obvious indicator of ball-striking ability. This is the seventh-best average of all time. The only seasons with lower averages were 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, and 2009, and all six were led by Tiger Woods (USA).Schaeffler also ranks first in greens in regulation (74.43%), which is a testament to his ability to hit iron shots.

This year, Schaeffler’s share of bogeys was just 10.73%. Only Woods has been below 11% in this category since 2002, when he finished the season at 10.29%.In other words, no one on the course hit the ball the way he wanted to. Schauffler also ranks first in the Shot Gained (SG) statistic, which measures the relative value of a player’s shots. He also ranks first in several other categories .He hit fewer shots from tee to green than any other player, and he spent the least amount of time on the green. In particular, he was the closest to the hole from 175 to 200 yards. When he won the Players Championship in March, he led the field in both driving distance and greens in regulation, a first in tournament history.

Schauffler has his weaknesses, though .He struggled on the greens, ranking 162nd in strokes gained putting this year. His approach to the green was better than anyone else’s, but he was vulnerable at the finish. Putting was also a big reason why Schauffler was only able to finish in the top 10 17 times and win twice, despite his excellent ball-striking ability. His 17 top-10 finishes in a season are second all-time 카지노사이트 behind Vijay Singh (Fiji)’s 18 in 2005.

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