21 Degree Hybrid

July 17th, 2018 by Monica Dellucci | Posted under Drivers.
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Another is quantifying performance under pressure a topic Broadie has been working on of late. He believes he’s onto something. “For mental toughness the only stat that attempts to measure it is bounce-back” he says. “And I think there are better ways.”

You already know the rest. Bradley did play Monday along with the rest of the field. He shot 64. And he took down new world No. 1 Justin Rose in a playoff. Forget No. 30; Keegan Bradley is up to No. 6 in the FedEx Cup Playoffs in a legitimate position to win the $10 million season-ending prize. “Geez” he said in his press conference opening. “Things really have changed here over the last day.”

Then I’d hit balls for two to three hours. I’d go play come back work on my short game. I’d go run another four more miles and then if anyone wanted to play basketball or tennis I would go play basketball or tennis. That was a daily routine. I’m not doing any of that now.”

Pulling an 8-iron he waggled and swung. Riding a light wind the ball landed on the green and settled at the back of the putting surface 21 feet from the pin. By any measure it was a better-than-average shot.

So it’s safe to say that Bradley didn’t see himself as a snub for the team; he added praise for the final selection. “Tony Finau and those guys have played so great all year” he said. “I’m playing good and I’d love to help the team. But I think the chances of that are pretty unlikely.”

Conventional wisdom has it that Jim Fuyrk has a tough choice for his final captain’s pick between Tony Finau and Xander Schauffele. That choice didn’t get any easier as both players put on a strong showing. Finau finished T8 while Schauffele fired a final round 67 to finish one shot out of the playoff.

The simple answer of course was that better players carded lower scores. But what enabled them to do so? Their distance o the tee? Their deadliness with wedges? Their limited numbers of balls lost in the woods? Organized around such questions a groundbreaking research project was born.

Just as a top instructor like Pat Goss could draw on the data to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses in Luke Donald’s game and devise a practice strategy that maximized the former and minimized the latter (focusing on Donald’s wedge game turned out to be key in his rise to number one in the World Golf Rankings) so could a weekend duffer discover in the numbers a vital lesson about expectations.

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