That reputation stems from Broadie’s pioneering data-driven research which began nearly two decades back inspired by what you might call his golf obsession and which continues to this day. Drawn from his analysis of millions of golf shots struck by pros and amateurs alike that research has yielded insights with farther-reaching implications than Broadie himself ever foresaw.
Although Broadie declines to discuss the details of his dealings with the club maker he’s comfortable saying that his data-based projections of future performance helped solidify the company’s decision to sign Jon Rahm to an endorsement deal.
That’s the same amount of money the winners of the previous two FedEx Cup playoff events received. The runner-up nearly gets a million earning $972000. Rounding out the top five is 612000 for 3rd 432000 for 4th and 360000 for 5th.