Number Crunches

February 2009
Golf Magazine;Feb2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p31
The article offers numerical data related to golf in the U.S. Information is taken from a research conducted with the aim of establishing and gathering data to help golfers improve their skills. The PGA Tour keeps making golf tour courses more difficult because of the growing awareness and improving skills among golfers. Changes include lengthened holes, tightened fairways and making tuck pins more complicated.


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