“The challenge to that was that a three-quarter 8 is not a shot I’ve worked on much” Broadie said. “But there’s no doubt it is the right play.”
Not that the data showed the short game didn’t matter. What it demonstrated though was that a better measure of a player’s prowess was how he or she performed on longer approaches — specifically from 150 yards.
There’s nothing better than a good long read. Except maybe a good short read. With that we give you our crib-note summary of today’s final round of the BMW Championship. Keegan Bradley in a playoff over Justin Rose. The win ends a six-year victory drought for Bradley whose last title came at the 2012 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational