“Because I didn’t know how much I was going to be playing. I was just trying to play. So next year I have a better understanding of what I need to do and this off-season will be very different than it was last year.”
“In the early days I thought of our work with Mark as giving us an edge over the competition” says Pat Goss the men’s golf coach at Northwestern who in 2011 in his side gig as Luke Donald’s swing coach became one of the first insiders to recognize the import of Broadie’s work. “Nowadays I think of it as something we need just to keep up.”
Broadie’s research has paid dividends for Broadie too in his work as a GOLF columnist (p. 28) and a FoxSports consultant interpreting stats for U.S. Open broadcasts; and as a consigliere for TaylorMade.