The more golf Broadie played the more the game presented him with questions for which he had no answers. To find them he was certain he needed data. And golf data in those days wasn’t merely scarce. It was nonexistent.
Other Pelham members didn’t have a clue. “We’ve got lot of New Yorkers here so they use colorful language” Diffley says. “They would look at Mark measuring all my drives and pacing o the distance to the hole of every putt and they’d turn around and say ‘What the f— is going on?’”
For Bradley who was a fiery presence on two U.S. teams the Ryder Cup has been a defining piece of his career. He spoke to the struggles he has faced since his last win (2012) and last national team appearance (2014). “It’s tough to go from being on Ryder Cup teams being on Presidents Cup teams to not even — to outside the top 100 in the world. That was difficult” he said.