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The LPGA doesn't publish total driving stats (distance rank + % hit rank), or ballstriking stats (total driving rank + GIR % rank). It's been a slow day here, so I decided to screen scrape the data, and generate the rankings. Here's the total driving rankings. No real surprises. You can really see the players who struggle with their putters, e.g. Stacy, Jodi, Annie, and Gerina.

 

Annie Park 264.529 49

So Yeon Ryu 257.679 60

Stacy Lewis 255.773 76

Anna Nordqvist 254.516 79

Jodi Ewart Shadoff 258.241 82

Sei Young Kim 263.336 84

Angela Stanford 256.244 85

Gerina Piller 263.180 85

Nelly Korda 263.396 88

Charley Hull 264.204 95

Mi Hyang Lee 256.950 98

Ha Na Jang 258.931 100

Marina Alex 250.364 101

Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 257.500 103

Amy Yang 259.706 104

Brooke M. Henderson 264.964 104

Michelle Wie 260.736 107

Ally McDonald 253.038 108

Carlota Ciganda 266.176 108

In Gee Chun 253.694 108

Moriya Jutanugarn 254.964 108

Mina Harigae 252.214 109

Shanshan Feng 250.464 109

Cheyenne Woods 250.595 112

Megan Khang 251.132 113

Hyo Joo Kim 250.720 114

Amy Olson 256.286 115

Perrine Delacour 261.427 115

Xiyu Lin 250.179 115

Jaye Marie Green 268.175 117

Danielle Kang 251.153 118

Wichanee Meechai 251.427 118

Eun-Hee Ji 252.470 119

Jane Park 248.627 119

Austin Ernst 255.976 120

Catriona Matthew 254.082 120

Ariya Jutanugarn 257.137 121

Laura Gonzalez Escallon 256.174 121

Chella Choi 248.292 122

Jennifer Ha 253.293 122

Kim Kaufman 251.789 122

Emily K. Pedersen 263.200 123

Peiyun Chien 258.452 123

Lexi Thompson 274.232 124

Lee-Anne Pace 249.441 125

Minjee Lee 258.782 125

Olafia Kristinsdottir 252.393 127

Jacqui Concolino 260.920 128

Pornanong Phatlum 246.026 128

Caroline Masson 253.045 129

Jeong Eun Lee 253.932 129

Jessica Korda 273.949 129

Giulia Molinaro 260.596 131

Inbee Park 249.010 132

Suzann Pettersen 269.840 134

Sung Hyun Park 271.991 136

Sandra Changkija 257.652 138

Mariajo Uribe 256.500 139

Jennifer Song 249.434 141

Mariah Stackhouse 254.643 141

Hee Young Park 249.888 144

Brittany Lincicome 271.776 145

Candie Kung 249.504 145

Karrie Webb 250.549 146

Alena Sharp 259.267 148

Azahara Munoz 249.071 148

Cydney Clanton 272.620 148

Mel Reid 266.458 148

Jackie Stoelting 243.578 149

Karine Icher 243.674 149

Joanna Klatten 278.928 151

Mo Martin 239.785 151

Angel Yin 272.373 152

Karen Chung 247.805 152

Mirim Lee 266.065 152

Nicole Broch Larsen 267.800 153

Haru Nomura 249.739 154

In-Kyung Kim 249.370 154

Pavarisa Yoktuan 251.882 155

Lizette Salas 237.800 156

Cristie Kerr 256.844 157

Lindy Duncan 255.056 157

Ayako Uehara 239.833 158

Katherine Kirk 252.685 158

Marissa Steen 244.769 158

Min Seo Kwak 243.125 158

Dana Finkelstein 227.162 159

Maude-Aimee Leblanc 278.345 159

Sarah Jane Smith 257.000 159

Lee Lopez 233.828 160

Ryann O'Toole 256.133 160

Sadena Parks 269.405 160

Ashleigh Buhai 245.802 161

Ai Miyazato 241.754 162

Brittany Altomare 243.549 162

Bronte Law 259.397 162

Becky Morgan 233.026 164

Emily Tubert 272.614 164

Dori Carter 253.779 166

Yani Tseng 270.012 166

Holly Clyburn 265.397 167

Ilhee Lee 246.444 167

Mi Jung Hur 257.967 167

Jenny Shin 243.410 168

Gaby Lopez 255.631 170

Christina Kim 243.482 171

Laura Davies 261.698 172

Beth Allen 253.147 173

Brittany Lang 256.379 173

Demi Runas 257.767 173

Regan De Guzman 252.591 173

Lydia Ko 245.000 174

Madelene Sagstrom 258.824 177

Thidapa Suwannapura 246.284 180

Alison Lee 252.767 181

Sun Young Yoo 248.144 182

Maria Parra 255.672 185

Vicky Hurst 259.187 187

Jing Yan 248.298 188

Simin Feng 258.809 189

Wei-Ling Hsu 250.215 189

Celine Herbin 252.571 194

Kelly Tan 245.853 195

Min Lee 245.953 196

Su Oh 250.807 196

Jenny Coleman 255.639 197

Aditi Ashok 239.764 201

Katherine Perry 251.989 201

Paula Creamer 255.253 201

Tiffany Joh 246.140 202

Brooke Pancake 241.241 203

Juli Inkster 244.442 204

Pernilla Lindberg 251.327 204

Dani Holmqvist 250.871 206

Madeleine Sheils 245.563 207

Amelia Lewis 249.663 215

Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 244.384 216

Sakura Yokomine 244.730 218

Kelly Shon 248.946 222

Sandra Gal 244.553 223

Therese O'Hara 243.265 225

Morgan Pressel 246.299 231

P.K. Kongkraphan 252.583 231

Beatriz Recari 243.943 232

Kris Tamulis 243.131 235

Laetitia Beck 248.638 242

Stephanie Meadow 246.361 243

Britney Yada 246.000 244

Caroline Hedwall 249.477 245

Paula Reto 249.708 247

Katie Burnett 247.323 251

Ssu-Chia Cheng 236.067 258

Nontaya Srisawang 239.733 260

Nasa Hataoka 247.756 267

Sarah Kemp 243.568 276

Belen Mozo 237.711 283

Na Yeon Choi 245.500 284

Julie Yang 238.036 296

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Ping G425 Max Driver 12 (0 Flat) - Aldila Ascent Red 50 Stiff (46")
TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver 16 - Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Stiff
Ping G410 7wd 20.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (43")
Ping G410 9wd 23.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (42.5")
Ping G410 5h 26 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 70 Stiff
PXG 0311P Gen3 6-P (2 Deg Weak, 1 Deg Flat) - True Temper Elevate 95 S /

Ping i200 6-P Orange Dot (2 Deg Weak, 2 Deg Flat) - True Temper XP 95 S
Ping Glide 4.0 52-12 S, 56-10 Eye2, and 60-10 S Orange Dot (2 Deg Flat) - Ping Z-Z115 Wedge
PXG Blackjack 36" - SuperStroker Flatso 2.0

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Ballstriking. 'Doesn't shock me to see So Yeon at the top. Again, the poor putters stand out, i.e. few recent wins despite good ballstriking.

 

So Yeon Ryu 257.679 63

Annie Park 264.529 80

Anna Nordqvist 254.516 83

Sei Young Kim 263.336 89

Stacy Lewis 255.773 89

Jodi Ewart Shadoff 258.241 97

Ha Na Jang 258.931 102

Marina Alex 250.364 112

Gerina Piller 263.180 113

In Gee Chun 253.694 114

Brooke M. Henderson 264.964 116

Charley Hull 264.204 119

Shanshan Feng 250.464 119

Lexi Thompson 274.232 125

Michelle Wie 260.736 126

Angela Stanford 256.244 127

Moriya Jutanugarn 254.964 133

Caroline Masson 253.045 136

Chella Choi 248.292 136

Austin Ernst 255.976 138

Carlota Ciganda 266.176 138

Jane Park 248.627 140

Amy Yang 259.706 142

Minjee Lee 258.782 142

Sung Hyun Park 271.991 144

Mi Hyang Lee 256.950 146

Hyo Joo Kim 250.720 147

Megan Khang 251.132 149

Jaye Marie Green 268.175 151

Jessica Korda 273.949 151

Emily K. Pedersen 263.200 152

Danielle Kang 251.153 157

Suzann Pettersen 269.840 157

Inbee Park 249.010 159

Pornanong Phatlum 246.026 160

Ally McDonald 253.038 161

Mirim Lee 266.065 161

Laura Gonzalez Escallon 256.174 164

Karine Icher 243.674 165

Ariya Jutanugarn 257.137 166

Jacqui Concolino 260.920 168

Nelly Korda 263.396 173

In-Kyung Kim 249.370 174

Mel Reid 266.458 174

Jeong Eun Lee 253.932 180

Cydney Clanton 272.620 183

Mina Harigae 252.214 184

Amy Olson 256.286 185

Kim Kaufman 251.789 185

Eun-Hee Ji 252.470 188

Xiyu Lin 250.179 188

Peiyun Chien 258.452 191

Cheyenne Woods 250.595 192

Lizette Salas 237.800 193

Giulia Molinaro 260.596 197

Lee-Anne Pace 249.441 199

Mo Martin 239.785 199

Candie Kung 249.504 201

Cristie Kerr 256.844 201

Perrine Delacour 261.427 204

Brittany Lincicome 271.776 206

Alena Sharp 259.267 207

Catriona Matthew 254.082 208

Joanna Klatten 278.928 208

Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 257.500 209

Ryann O'Toole 256.133 210

Wichanee Meechai 251.427 210

Nicole Broch Larsen 267.800 215

Olafia Kristinsdottir 252.393 217

Ashleigh Buhai 245.802 219

Brittany Lang 256.379 219

Lydia Ko 245.000 221

Mi Jung Hur 257.967 221

Ai Miyazato 241.754 222

Ayako Uehara 239.833 222

Sun Young Yoo 248.144 223

Azahara Munoz 249.071 227

Jackie Stoelting 243.578 227

Marissa Steen 244.769 229

Karrie Webb 250.549 233

Bronte Law 259.397 234

Mariajo Uribe 256.500 235

Sandra Changkija 257.652 235

Brittany Altomare 243.549 238

Lindy Duncan 255.056 238

Mariah Stackhouse 254.643 239

Sarah Jane Smith 257.000 243

Angel Yin 272.373 245

Tiffany Joh 246.140 254

Hee Young Park 249.888 256

Paula Creamer 255.253 256

Jennifer Ha 253.293 260

Christina Kim 243.482 262

Ilhee Lee 246.444 262

Jenny Shin 243.410 262

Jennifer Song 249.434 263

Alison Lee 252.767 264

Jenny Coleman 264

Pavarisa Yoktuan 251.882 266

Haru Nomura 249.739 270

Demi Runas 257.767 272

Katherine Kirk 252.685 275

Beth Allen 253.147 277

Dana Finkelstein 227.162 277

Gaby Lopez 255.631 278

Min Lee 245.953 278

Maude-Aimee Leblanc 279

Dori Carter 253.779 281

Madelene Sagstrom 258.824 286

Min Seo Kwak 243.125 289

Simin Feng 258.809 290

Karen Chung 247.805 292

Becky Morgan 233.026 293

Lee Lopez 233.828 293

Thidapa Suwannapura 246.284 293

Sadena Parks 269.405 294

Holly Clyburn 265.397 295

Su Oh 250.807 296

Kris Tamulis 243.131 300

Katherine Perry 251.989 303

Yani Tseng 270.012 303

Aditi Ashok 239.764 308

Vicky Hurst 259.187 308

Jing Yan 248.298 312

Emily Tubert 313

Laura Davies 314

Kelly Tan 245.853 321

Caroline Hedwall 249.477 322

Amelia Lewis 249.663 325

Regan De Guzman 325

Sandra Gal 244.553 328

Dani Holmqvist 250.871 329

Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 244.384 330

Pernilla Lindberg 251.327 331

Wei-Ling Hsu 250.215 332

Brooke Pancake 241.241 333

Beatriz Recari 243.943 335

Katie Burnett 247.323 337

Maria Parra 255.672 338

Madeleine Sheils 339

Celine Herbin 252.571 340

Juli Inkster 244.442 340

Therese O'Hara 243.265 343

Sakura Yokomine 244.730 353

Morgan Pressel 246.299 356

Kelly Shon 248.946 366

P.K. Kongkraphan 386

Paula Reto 249.708 386

Laetitia Beck 248.638 390

Britney Yada 394

Stephanie Meadow 246.361 397

Nontaya Srisawang 239.733 405

Ssu-Chia Cheng 415

Nasa Hataoka 247.756 418

Belen Mozo 237.711 424

Na Yeon Choi 245.500 431

Sarah Kemp 432

Julie Yang 454

Ping G425 Max Driver 12 (0 Flat) - Aldila Ascent Red 50 Stiff (46")
TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver 16 - Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Stiff
Ping G410 7wd 20.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (43")
Ping G410 9wd 23.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (42.5")
Ping G410 5h 26 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 70 Stiff
PXG 0311P Gen3 6-P (2 Deg Weak, 1 Deg Flat) - True Temper Elevate 95 S /

Ping i200 6-P Orange Dot (2 Deg Weak, 2 Deg Flat) - True Temper XP 95 S
Ping Glide 4.0 52-12 S, 56-10 Eye2, and 60-10 S Orange Dot (2 Deg Flat) - Ping Z-Z115 Wedge
PXG Blackjack 36" - SuperStroker Flatso 2.0

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Thank you Argonne, these are both very interesting stats. LPGA could very easily tabulate and display them, it would take literally a few keystrokes, and yet they don't. They talk all day about wanting to get people more into their product, and yet their continuing disregard for basic skill-ranking stats strongly suggests they're not that serious about it. I understand if they can't do Shotlink and strokes-gained and whatever but to compile driving, ballstriking and all-around rankings is so freakin easy. I'm sure eventually it'll get addressed but for now it remains one of the LPGA's biggest, most shameful shortcomings.

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Heck, I'd be happy if they simply added a 'download .csv' button on the stats page.

Ping G425 Max Driver 12 (0 Flat) - Aldila Ascent Red 50 Stiff (46")
TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver 16 - Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Stiff
Ping G410 7wd 20.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (43")
Ping G410 9wd 23.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (42.5")
Ping G410 5h 26 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 70 Stiff
PXG 0311P Gen3 6-P (2 Deg Weak, 1 Deg Flat) - True Temper Elevate 95 S /

Ping i200 6-P Orange Dot (2 Deg Weak, 2 Deg Flat) - True Temper XP 95 S
Ping Glide 4.0 52-12 S, 56-10 Eye2, and 60-10 S Orange Dot (2 Deg Flat) - Ping Z-Z115 Wedge
PXG Blackjack 36" - SuperStroker Flatso 2.0

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Na Yeon Choi near the bottom of the list in both categories. Something more than injury me thinks. Nasa is near the bottom in both also. 'Not a rookie season to remember. Others big names dwelling near the bottom include Morgan, Belen, and Beatriz.

Ping G425 Max Driver 12 (0 Flat) - Aldila Ascent Red 50 Stiff (46")
TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver 16 - Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Stiff
Ping G410 7wd 20.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (43")
Ping G410 9wd 23.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (42.5")
Ping G410 5h 26 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 70 Stiff
PXG 0311P Gen3 6-P (2 Deg Weak, 1 Deg Flat) - True Temper Elevate 95 S /

Ping i200 6-P Orange Dot (2 Deg Weak, 2 Deg Flat) - True Temper XP 95 S
Ping Glide 4.0 52-12 S, 56-10 Eye2, and 60-10 S Orange Dot (2 Deg Flat) - Ping Z-Z115 Wedge
PXG Blackjack 36" - SuperStroker Flatso 2.0

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I calculated the ballstriking stats for 2017. I was not surprised that So Yeon remained #1 at the end of the season. Again, it's easy to see the poor putters, as they rank high in ballstriking, and yet have few wins.

 

So Yeon Ryu

Stacy Lewis

Anna Nordqvist

Sei Young Kim

Annie Park

Marina Alex

Jodi Ewart Shadoff

Brooke Henderson

Gerina Piller

Moriya Jutanugarn

In Gee Chun

Shanshan Feng

Angela Stanford

Lexi Thompson

Chella Choi

Charley Hull

Sung Hyun Park

Michelle Wie

Austin Ernst

Minjee Lee

Carlota Ciganda

Caroline Masson

Amy Yang

Megan Khang

Suzann Pettersen

Inbee Park

Jane Park

Mi Hyang Lee

Jacqui Concolino

Jessica Korda

Ally McDonald

Laura Gonzalez Escallon

Jaye Marie Green

Karine Icher

Danielle Kang

Mirim Lee

Pornanong Phatlum

Hyo Joo Kim

Kim Kaufman

Cheyenne Woods

Candie Kung

In-Kyung Kim

Cristie Kerr

Mina Harigae

Peiyun Chien

Brittany Lincicome

Eun-Hee Ji

Lydia Ko

Mel Reid

Mo Martin

Nelly Korda

Nicole Broch Larsen

Sarah Jane Smith

Giulia Molinaro

Azahara Munoz

Marissa Steen

Lizette Salas

Emily K. Pedersen

Perrine Delacour

Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras

Alena Sharp

Brianna Do

Pavarisa Yoktuan

Jeong Eun Lee

Ai Miyazato

Cydney Clanton

Wichanee Meechai

Joanna Klatten

Sun Young Yoo

Ariya Jutanugarn

Ashleigh Buhai

Xiyu Lin

Olafia Kristinsdottir

Paula Creamer

Jackie Stoelting

Brittany Altomare

Haru Nomura

Brittany Lang

Mariah Stackhouse

Hee Young Park

Jenny Coleman

Angel Yin

Catriona Matthew

Ayako Uehara

Amy Olson

Katherine Kirk

Beth Allen

Ryann O'Toole

Holly Clyburn

Mika Miyazato

Lindy Duncan

Mariajo Uribe

Bronte Law

Ilhee Lee

Lee-Anne Pace

Karrie Webb

Gaby Lopez

Jennifer Ha

Sandra Changkija

Kris Tamulis

Demi Runas

Min Lee

Thidapa Suwannapura

Maude-Aimee Leblanc

Su Oh

Christina Kim

Karen Chung

Min Seo Kwak

Dana Finkelstein

Alison Lee

Jennifer Song

Sadena Parks

Caroline Hedwall

Wei-Ling Hsu

Yani Tseng

Lee Lopez

Madelene Sagstrom

Jing Yan

Tiffany Joh

Jenny Shin

Simin Feng

Dori Carter

Mi Jung Hur

Sandra Gal

Becky Morgan

Katherine Perry

Celine Herbin

Emily Tubert

Aditi Ashok

Dani Holmqvist

Laura Davies

Regan De Guzman

Pernilla Lindberg

Vicky Hurst

Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong

Sakura Yokomine

Amelia Lewis

Maria Parra

Madeleine Sheils

Morgan Pressel

Juli Inkster

Therese O'Hara

Beatriz Recari

Brooke Pancake

Kelly Tan

Britney Yada

Katie Burnett

Laetitia Beck

Kelly Shon

Nasa Hataoka

Paula Reto

Sarah Kemp

Stephanie Meadow

Belen Mozo

Na Yeon Choi

Nontaya Srisawang

Ssu-Chia Cheng

Julie Yang

Ping G425 Max Driver 12 (0 Flat) - Aldila Ascent Red 50 Stiff (46")
TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver 16 - Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Stiff
Ping G410 7wd 20.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (43")
Ping G410 9wd 23.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (42.5")
Ping G410 5h 26 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 70 Stiff
PXG 0311P Gen3 6-P (2 Deg Weak, 1 Deg Flat) - True Temper Elevate 95 S /

Ping i200 6-P Orange Dot (2 Deg Weak, 2 Deg Flat) - True Temper XP 95 S
Ping Glide 4.0 52-12 S, 56-10 Eye2, and 60-10 S Orange Dot (2 Deg Flat) - Ping Z-Z115 Wedge
PXG Blackjack 36" - SuperStroker Flatso 2.0

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Total Driving 2017:

 

Stacy Lewis

Annie Park

Sei Young Kim

So Yeon Ryu

Anna Nordqvist

Gerina Piller

Jodi Ewart Shadoff

Angela Stanford

Marina Alex

Moriya Jutanugarn

Brooke Henderson

Nelly Korda

Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras

Jaye Marie Green

Mi Hyang Lee

Ally McDonald

Mina Harigae

In Gee Chun

Michelle Wie

Amy Yang

Shanshan Feng

Carlota Ciganda

Chella Choi

Cheyenne Woods

Megan Khang

Austin Ernst

Peiyun Chien

Charley Hull

Lexi Thompson

Olafia Kristinsdottir

Laura Gonzalez Escallon

Xiyu Lin

Danielle Kang

Hyo Joo Kim

Jennifer Ha

Minjee Lee

Brianna Do

Haru Nomura

Azahara Munoz

Kim Kaufman

Pavarisa Yoktuan

Perrine Delacour

Sung Hyun Park

Jacqui Concolino

Jane Park

Sarah Jane Smith

Inbee Park

Eun-Hee Ji

Caroline Masson

Suzann Pettersen

Cristie Kerr

Pornanong Phatlum

Jessica Korda

Nicole Broch Larsen

Giulia Molinaro

Brittany Lincicome

Candie Kung

Emily K. Pedersen

Wichanee Meechai

Alena Sharp

Gaby Lopez

Sandra Changkija

Amy Olson

Wei-Ling Hsu

Catriona Matthew

Lee-Anne Pace

Ariya Jutanugarn

Mariah Stackhouse

Marissa Steen

Karen Chung

Mariajo Uribe

Angel Yin

Cydney Clanton

Hee Young Park

Karine Icher

Mo Martin

Jeong Eun Lee

Joanna Klatten

Karrie Webb

Mel Reid

Mirim Lee

Sadena Parks

Brittany Altomare

Katherine Kirk

Lizette Salas

Jackie Stoelting

Lindy Duncan

Mika Miyazato

Maude-Aimee Leblanc

Dana Finkelstein

Min Seo Kwak

In-Kyung Kim

Jennifer Song

Lee Lopez

Ayako Uehara

Lydia Ko

Yani Tseng

Emily Tubert

Holly Clyburn

Regan De Guzman

Beth Allen

Jing Yan

Demi Runas

Becky Morgan

Celine Herbin

Ai Miyazato

Dori Carter

Madelene Sagstrom

Bronte Law

Christina Kim

Thidapa Suwannapura

Ilhee Lee

Jenny Shin

Laura Davies

Maria Parra

Ryann O'Toole

Ashleigh Buhai

Sun Young Yoo

Su Oh

Vicky Hurst

Jenny Coleman

Brittany Lang

Pernilla Lindberg

Simin Feng

Sandra Gal

Paula Creamer

Aditi Ashok

Alison Lee

Madeleine Sheils

Dani Holmqvist

Mi Jung Hur

Min Lee

Katherine Perry

Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong

Sakura Yokomine

Tiffany Joh

Morgan Pressel

Brooke Pancake

Juli Inkster

Britney Yada

Amelia Lewis

Kelly Shon

Therese O'Hara

Laetitia Beck

Kelly Tan

Caroline Hedwall

Kris Tamulis

Nasa Hataoka

Beatriz Recari

Paula Reto

Sarah Kemp

Katie Burnett

Stephanie Meadow

Ssu-Chia Cheng

Nontaya Srisawang

Na Yeon Choi

Belen Mozo

Julie Yang

Ping G425 Max Driver 12 (0 Flat) - Aldila Ascent Red 50 Stiff (46")
TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver 16 - Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Stiff
Ping G410 7wd 20.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (43")
Ping G410 9wd 23.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (42.5")
Ping G410 5h 26 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 70 Stiff
PXG 0311P Gen3 6-P (2 Deg Weak, 1 Deg Flat) - True Temper Elevate 95 S /

Ping i200 6-P Orange Dot (2 Deg Weak, 2 Deg Flat) - True Temper XP 95 S
Ping Glide 4.0 52-12 S, 56-10 Eye2, and 60-10 S Orange Dot (2 Deg Flat) - Ping Z-Z115 Wedge
PXG Blackjack 36" - SuperStroker Flatso 2.0

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Arg...how many years have you heard me pontificate on the ball striking merits of Jodi-Hyphen is and how she'd score if she could only putt?

 

Sigh. Too long, my friend.

Ping G425 Max Driver 12 (0 Flat) - Aldila Ascent Red 50 Stiff (46")
TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver 16 - Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Stiff
Ping G410 7wd 20.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (43")
Ping G410 9wd 23.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (42.5")
Ping G410 5h 26 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 70 Stiff
PXG 0311P Gen3 6-P (2 Deg Weak, 1 Deg Flat) - True Temper Elevate 95 S /

Ping i200 6-P Orange Dot (2 Deg Weak, 2 Deg Flat) - True Temper XP 95 S
Ping Glide 4.0 52-12 S, 56-10 Eye2, and 60-10 S Orange Dot (2 Deg Flat) - Ping Z-Z115 Wedge
PXG Blackjack 36" - SuperStroker Flatso 2.0

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I read somewhere that it takes $500k a week to deploy Shotlink. That's more than one third of the total purse for most LPGA event. Assuming there's a markup for the men, even half of that amount is not viable for the girls.

 

Or we can start a go fund me page to help out.

 

A cheaper option would be to deploy it on a few holes. Driving average is calculated using only two holes. I'm assuming there might be some value in having a reduced data set.

Ping G425 Max Driver 12 (0 Flat) - Aldila Ascent Red 50 Stiff (46")
TaylorMade AeroBurner Mini Driver 16 - Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Stiff
Ping G410 7wd 20.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (43")
Ping G410 9wd 23.5 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 65 Stiff (42.5")
Ping G410 5h 26 (0 Flat) - Alta CB 70 Stiff
PXG 0311P Gen3 6-P (2 Deg Weak, 1 Deg Flat) - True Temper Elevate 95 S /

Ping i200 6-P Orange Dot (2 Deg Weak, 2 Deg Flat) - True Temper XP 95 S
Ping Glide 4.0 52-12 S, 56-10 Eye2, and 60-10 S Orange Dot (2 Deg Flat) - Ping Z-Z115 Wedge
PXG Blackjack 36" - SuperStroker Flatso 2.0

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

http://www.globalgolfpost.com/now/2018/01/24/news-lewis-addresses-golfs-wage-gap-world-economic-forum-essay

If you need a grinder to make your weld look good, you are a grinder not a welder.

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Others big names dwelling near the bottom include Morgan, Belen, and Beatriz.

 

I hate to say it but Belen is basically a Paige Spiranac, but hotter. Sorry,but truth hurts.

I think Mozo is much better looking. Secondly, she has earned and secured her card on both tours for several seasons. Spiranic isn't remotely close to Mozo as a player.

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

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Those stats though have absolutely nothing to do with pay. Eyeballs matter.

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Others big names dwelling near the bottom include Morgan, Belen, and Beatriz.

 

I hate to say it but Belen is basically a Paige Spiranac, but hotter. Sorry,but truth hurts.

I think Mozo is much better looking. Secondly, she has earned and secured her card on both tours for several seasons. Spiranic isn't remotely close to Mozo as a player.

 

I agree on the looks and yes Belen is obviously a better golfer. She is well known for her looks,not so much her game. 0 wins and a whopping 5 top ten finishes in 7yrs/142 events.

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

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I saw that letter. Probably will disappear into the ether, but we can always hope.

 

 

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

http://www.globalgol...mic-forum-essay

 

The LPGA players are excellent, but if they want a shot at the big purses they can play with the men if they want.... let's get rid of the gender divide.

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So solid for her size

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Lol. Any excuse to sharpen my Excel skills.

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

http://www.globalgolfpost.com/now/2018/01/24/news-lewis-addresses-golfs-wage-gap-world-economic-forum-essay

Those stats though have absolutely nothing to do with pay. Eyeballs matter.

 

Bingo. All about the eyeballs.

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I'm fairly certain this isn't an official stat, but I calculated the 2017 "Scoring" stat by adding the ballstriking ranking and Putts per GIR ranking. Basically, drive the ball far and straight, hit greens, and make the putts.

 

It's interesting that Stacy is on top, but struggles to win lately. 'Great ball striker. Very good putter. Yet, few recent wins. One could say the same thing about Moriya and Alex I guess. It seems the one thing that pure stats can't capture is mental toughness. Winners tend to get out of their own way when necessary.

 

Stacy Lewis 82

So Yeon Ryu 98

Moriya Jutanugarn 111

Sei Young Kim 117

In Gee Chun 125

Lexi Thompson 128

Marina Alex 134

Anna Nordqvist 137

Shanshan Feng 140

Sung Hyun Park 143

Gerina Piller 145

Brooke Henderson 146

Amy Yang 153

Inbee Park 154

Michelle Wie 154

Chella Choi 157

Minjee Lee 157

Carlota Ciganda 165

Charley Hull 174

Austin Ernst 184

Jessica Korda 184

Cristie Kerr 185

Suzann Pettersen 186

Jodi Ewart Shadoff 189

Hyo Joo Kim 191

Lydia Ko 191

Caroline Masson 195

Mirim Lee 197

In-Kyung Kim 200

Nelly Korda 202

Jaye Marie Green 205

Lizette Salas 205

Ally McDonald 208

Angela Stanford 214

Mi Hyang Lee 214

Eun-Hee Ji 219

Karine Icher 224

Kim Kaufman 225

Danielle Kang 229

Jacqui Concolino 229

Megan Khang 231

Brittany Lincicome 234

Pornanong Phatlum 239

Brittany Altomare 245

Jane Park 248

Annie Park 249

Ariya Jutanugarn 249

Laura Gonzalez Escallon 254

Sarah Jane Smith 254

Nicole Broch Larsen 256

Candie Kung 257

Cheyenne Woods 258

Giulia Molinaro 258

Haru Nomura 259

Jeong Eun Lee 262

Angel Yin 263

Wichanee Meechai 273

Alena Sharp 277

Katherine Kirk 279

Ai Miyazato 282

Brittany Lang 285

Azahara Munoz 288

Cydney Clanton 294

Sun Young Yoo 297

Mina Harigae 301

Mel Reid 304

Lee-Anne Pace 305

Ayako Uehara 306

Catriona Matthew 307

Emily K. Pedersen 309

Mi Jung Hur 311

Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 311

Mo Martin 314

Peiyun Chien 314

Ryann O'Toole 318

Madelene Sagstrom 319

Su Oh 319

Jennifer Song 321

Hee Young Park 322

Gaby Lopez 324

Paula Creamer 324

Pavarisa Yoktuan 325

Ashleigh Buhai 327

Jenny Shin 328

Marissa Steen 329

Alison Lee 333

Jackie Stoelting 333

Sandra Gal 335

Thidapa Suwannapura 338

Lindy Duncan 339

Holly Clyburn 341

Aditi Ashok 342

Brianna Do 343

Mariah Stackhouse 346

Olafia Kristinsdottir 347

Wei-Ling Hsu 350

Bronte Law 352

Perrine Delacour 354

Amy Olson 356

Christina Kim 356

Beth Allen 357

Joanna Klatten 363

Min Lee 369

Xiyu Lin 372

Ilhee Lee 376

Yani Tseng 382

Mika Miyazato 387

Dani Holmqvist 389

Karrie Webb 390

Jing Yan 392

Jenny Coleman 394

Mariajo Uribe 395

Pernilla Lindberg 396

Beatriz Recari 397

Caroline Hedwall 397

Maude-Aimee Leblanc 399

Nasa Hataoka 399

Juli Inkster 400

Simin Feng 400

Dana Finkelstein 401

Kris Tamulis 410

Sandra Changkija 411

Jennifer Ha 414

Demi Runas 417

Emily Tubert 421

Karen Chung 421

Tiffany Joh 425

Katherine Perry 426

Min Seo Kwak 426

Lee Lopez 427

Dori Carter 428

Stephanie Meadow 428

Morgan Pressel 433

Madeleine Sheils 434

Vicky Hurst 434

Sadena Parks 435

Sakura Yokomine 435

Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 443

Becky Morgan 445

Kelly Tan 445

Laura Davies 447

Laetitia Beck 448

Amelia Lewis 451

Celine Herbin 453

Katie Burnett 459

Kelly Shon 461

Regan De Guzman 475

Sarah Kemp 481

Therese O'Hara 483

Brooke Pancake 484

Maria Parra 485

Paula Reto 494

Britney Yada 511

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One could say the same thing about Moriya and Alex I guess. It seems the one thing that pure stats can't capture is mental toughness. Winners tend to get out of their own way when necessary.

 

One could add In Gee to that list. Apart from good average stats players need variance. If a player led the season average scoring, and shot their average score every round, they wouldn't win a tournament. They need to get hot occasionally, and hold their nerve when they do. IK Kim has relatively poor season stats, but had 3 excellent tournaments.

 

Some of those stats surprised me - such as how far down Haru Nomura was. She seemed to be "about" every week, even though not necessarily challenging. She barely missed a cut.

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One could say the same thing about Moriya and Alex I guess. It seems the one thing that pure stats can't capture is mental toughness. Winners tend to get out of their own way when necessary.

 

One could add In Gee to that list. Apart from good average stats players need variance. If a player led the season average scoring, and shot their average score every round, they wouldn't win a tournament. They need to get hot occasionally, and hold their nerve when they do. IK Kim has relatively poor season stats, but had 3 excellent tournaments.

 

Some of those stats surprised me - such as how far down Haru Nomura was. She seemed to be "about" every week, even though not necessarily challenging. She barely missed a cut.

 

Some players seem to fade on Sunday, while others tend to get unlucky when another player gets hot. In Gee seems to be in the latter category. She had some very good rounds on Sunday last season while in the hunt, while losing to a player with a hot putter.

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

http://www.globalgol...mic-forum-essay

Those stats though have absolutely nothing to do with pay. Eyeballs matter.

 

The cast of Hamilton makes about $100K/year for the "stars."

 

In our Church production of WIcked, Mrs. Pelz mother, who didn't even need to audition for the role, will make nothing.

 

Is that fair Ms. Lewis?

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

http://www.globalgol...mic-forum-essay

Those stats though have absolutely nothing to do with pay. Eyeballs matter.

 

The cast of Hamilton makes about $100K/year for the "stars."

 

In our Church production of WIcked, Mrs. Pelz mother, who didn't even need to audition for the role, will make nothing.

 

Is that fair Ms. Lewis?

 

No. It is completely unfair. The wretched cast members of Hamilton will have to pay estimated taxes and those estimates are never enough. A form of purgatory. Your esteemed Mother In Law however will be assured eternal bliss for her effort. If you still feel that she is suffering from some form of economic inequity you could try to get wardrobe to allow her to wear a sponsored cap or stitch some logos on her costume.

 

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

http://www.globalgol...mic-forum-essay

Those stats though have absolutely nothing to do with pay. Eyeballs matter.

 

Bingo. All about the eyeballs.

 

You rang?

 

Anyway, until the LPGA comes up with as marketable a product as the men's tour, that is what drives purses, same as any other sport. It's the reason the NFL players get more than the NFL Europe players.

 

There is nothing stopping them (the LPGA) playing on the men's tours (or attempting to) but I suggest Miss Lewis would be a lot worse off than she is on the LPGA.

 

Rather than bleating about inequality, she'd be better off making the LPGA a bigger financial success.

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During the telecast yesterday they mentioned that Jin Young is leading the Total Driving category. Since the LPGA doesn't publish this stat, I've calculated it based on the current driving distance and driving accuracy rankings. Any surprise that Alison and Belen are at the bottom?

  1. Jin Young Ko 59
  2. Brooke M. Henderson 67
  3. Minjee Lee 69
  4. Marina Alex 71
  5. Georgia Hall 74
  6. Jodi Ewart Shadoff 76
  7. Ariya Jutanugarn 82
  8. Nelly Korda 83
  9. Jessica Korda 85
  10. Anna Nordqvist 88
  11. Shanshan Feng 89
  12. Charley Hull 93
  13. Amy Olson 94
  14. Angela Stanford 94
  15. Laura Gonzalez Escallon 96
  16. Hee Young Park 97
  17. Amy Yang 100
  18. Jennifer Song 102
  19. In Gee Chun 105
  20. Danielle Kang 106
  21. Carlota Ciganda 107
  22. Eun-Hee Ji 108
  23. Lexi Thompson 108
  24. Daniela Iacobelli 110
  25. Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 111
  26. Pornanong Phatlum 114
  27. Sung Hyun Park 114
  28. Lindy Duncan 115
  29. Jenny Shin 116
  30. Ayako Uehara 118
  31. Jeong Eun Lee 118
  32. Dani Holmqvist 119
  33. Inbee Park 123
  34. Lee-Anne Pace 123
  35. Sei Young Kim 123
  36. Caroline Masson 124
  37. Julieta Granada 124
  38. Tiffany Chan 124
  39. Wei-Ling Hsu 125
  40. Ally McDonald 126
  41. Austin Ernst 126
  42. Bronte Law 128
  43. Mariah Stackhouse 128
  44. Mina Harigae 129
  45. Lizette Salas 130
  46. Robynn Ree 131
  47. Gemma Dryburgh 133
  48. Nanna Koerstz Madsen 134
  49. Daniela Darquea 135
  50. Christina Kim 136
  51. Sandra Changkija 136
  52. Beth Allen 137
  53. Cydney Clanton 137
  54. Kassidy Teare 137
  55. So Yeon Ryu 137
  56. Hyo Joo Kim 138
  57. Michelle Wie 138
  58. Karine Icher 141
  59. Madelene Sagstrom 141
  60. Brittany Lincicome 143
  61. Kendall Dye 143
  62. Emily K. Pedersen 144
  63. Moriya Jutanugarn 144
  64. Azahara Munoz 145
  65. Brittany Altomare 145
  66. Jaye Marie Green 145
  67. Maude-Aimee Leblanc 145
  68. Peiyun Chien 145
  69. Beatriz Recari 146
  70. Vicky Hurst 146
  71. Emma Talley 147
  72. Gaby Lopez 148
  73. Sarah Jane Smith 148
  74. Cheyenne Woods 149
  75. Ryann O'Toole 149
  76. Brianna Do 152
  77. Hannah Green 152
  78. Chella Choi 153
  79. Jacqui Concolino 153
  80. Jane Park 154
  81. Mo Martin 154
  82. Nasa Hataoka 154
  83. Erynne Lee 155
  84. Caroline Inglis 156
  85. Katelyn Dambaugh 156
  86. Lindsey Weaver 157
  87. Maria Torres 158
  88. Yani Tseng 158
  89. Sydnee Michaels 160
  90. Aditi Ashok 161
  91. Alena Sharp 161
  92. Cristie Kerr 161
  93. Benyapa Niphatsophon 162
  94. Yu Liu 164
  95. Kim Kaufman 165
  96. Mariajo Uribe 165
  97. Anne-Catherine Tanguay 166
  98. Megan Khang 166
  99. Nicole Broch Larsen 166
  100. P.K. Kongkraphan 168
  101. Sun Young Yoo 168
  102. Caroline Hedwall 169
  103. Jackie Stoelting 169
  104. Katherine Kirk 169
  105. Giulia Molinaro 170
  106. Angel Yin 171
  107. Thidapa Suwannapura 172
  108. Lee Lopez 173
  109. Mel Reid 173
  110. Perrine Delacour 173
  111. Olafia Kristinsdottir 174
  112. Marissa Steen 175
  113. Katherine Perry 176
  114. Rebecca Artis 179
  115. Mi Hyang Lee 180
  116. Stacy Lewis 183
  117. Maria Hernandez 184
  118. Laura Davies 186
  119. Jennifer Hahn 188
  120. Pernilla Lindberg 188
  121. Paula Creamer 193
  122. Lauren Coughlin 194
  123. Wichanee Meechai 194
  124. Becky Morgan 195
  125. Ashleigh Buhai 196
  126. Sandra Gal 196
  127. Amelia Lewis 199
  128. Morgan Pressel 201
  129. Haeji Kang 203
  130. Luna Sobron 204
  131. Mirim Lee 204
  132. Laetitia Beck 206
  133. Catriona Matthew 209
  134. Lydia Ko 211
  135. Paula Reto 214
  136. Kelly Shon 215
  137. Brittany Benvenuto 216
  138. Haru Nomura 217
  139. Celine Boutier 218
  140. Cindy LaCrosse 219
  141. In-Kyung Kim 221
  142. Jessy Tang 222
  143. Katie Burnett 227
  144. Candie Kung 232
  145. Kris Tamulis 232
  146. Jing Yan 235
  147. Celine Herbin 236
  148. Su Oh 238
  149. Leticia Ras-Anderica 249
  150. Brittany Lang 250
  151. Juli Inkster 251
  152. Tiffany Joh 251
  153. Holly Clyburn 260
  154. Simin Feng 262
  155. Na Yeon Choi 284
  156. Mi Jung Hur 289
  157. Ilhee Lee 293
  158. Alison Lee 302
  159. Belen Mozo 315

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Stacy Lewis penned a letter to the attendees of the economic conference in Davos. While she was specifically addressing the gender gap in prize money on the LPGA vs the PGA, it is interesting to note some of the statistics she cited: LPGA players hit 86% of the fairways off the tee, men 85%. The tournament scoring average for the women's champion was 69.11, only .9 strokes higher than the men's side.

 

The point being these ladies can play and they are excellent ball strikers.

 

http://www.globalgol...mic-forum-essay

Those stats though have absolutely nothing to do with pay. Eyeballs matter.

 

Bingo. All about the eyeballs.

 

You rang?

 

Anyway, until the LPGA comes up with as marketable a product as the men's tour, that is what drives purses, same as any other sport. It's the reason the NFL players get more than the NFL Europe players.

 

There is nothing stopping them (the LPGA) playing on the men's tours (or attempting to) but I suggest Miss Lewis would be a lot worse off than she is on the LPGA.

 

Rather than bleating about inequality, she'd be better off making the LPGA a bigger financial success.

 

I watched the event at Wilshire CC over the weekend and really enjoyed it. The PGA event was boring.

 

I hope that the LPGA gets to play more fantastic older courses.

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      General Albums
       
       
       
      WITB Albums
       
      Lanto Griffin - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Charles Kelley WITB (country singer from Lady A band) – 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Ben Silverman - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Jonas Blixt - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Fabian Gomez - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton from Fresh Prince of BelAir) - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Seung Yul Noh - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Beau Hossler - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Danny Willett - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      JB Holmes - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Harry Higgs - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Kevin Kisner - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Kira Dixon - Golf Channel reporter - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Michael Pena, actor - WITB - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
       
       
       
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      Kyle Westmoreland - custom Hzrdus driver and fairwood shafts - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Cameron putters - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      TaylorMade Max putters - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      LA Golf Malibu X putter - 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
      Pebble Beach 18th Hole walking tour (and inside "The Lodge") – 2023 AT&T Pebble Pro-Am
       
       
       
       
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    • 2023 Farmers Insurance Open - Discussion and Links to all photos
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      General Albums
       
       
      2023 Farmers Insurance Open - Monday #1
      2023 Farmers Insurance Open - Monday #2
      2023 Farmers Insurance Open - Monday #3
       
       
       
       
      WITB Albums
       
      Justin Thomas - WITB - 2023 Farmers Insurance Open
      Will Zalatoris - WITB - 2023 Farmers Insurance Open
      Michael Herrera - WITB - 2023 Farmers Insurance Open
      Michael Block - SoCal PGA Section Champ - WITB - 2023 Farmers Insurance Open
      Carl Yuan - WITB - 2023 Farmers Insurance Open
      Joey Vrzich - WITB - 2023 Farmers Insurance Open
       
       
       
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      New Taylor-Made putters - 2023 Farmers Insurance Open
       
       
       
       
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    • 2023 The American Express - Discussion and Links
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      General Albums
       
      2023 The American Express - Monday #1
      2023 The American Express - Monday #2
       
       
       
      WITB Albums
       
      Justin Lower - WITB - 2023 The American Express
      Doug Ghim - WITB - 2023 The American Express
      Sam Burns - WITB - 2023 The American Express
      Caleb Surratt - WITB - 2023 The American Express
      Aaron Wise - WITB - 2023 The American Express
       
       
       
       
       
      Pullout Albums
       
       
      New Cameron putter - 2023 The American Express
      Cameron putters - - 2023 The American Express
      New Bettinardi prototype putters - 2023 The American Express
      New L.A.B. Golf LINK.1 putter - 2023 The American Express
      New Evnroll putters - 2023 The American Express
      Jimmy Walker testing the Axis prototype putter - 2023 The American Express
      Cameron CT Baller Boy covers - 2023 The American Express
      Richy Werenski's Cameron Timeless putter - 2023 The American Express
      Graphite Design - CQ 6 & CQ 7 shafts - 2023 The American Express
      Titleist TRS hybrids - 2023 The American Express
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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    • In-hand photos of 2023 TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus, Stealth 2, Stealth 2 HD drivers + fairways woods
      Check out our front page launch stories here and here. 
       
      What you need to know: For the first time, carbon is the most prevalent material by volume in a TaylorMade driver, and more carbon equals better performance, says the company. Last year, TaylorMade debuted a 60X Carbon Twist Face. With TaylorMade Stealth 2, engineers are bringing carbon to more of the golf club — and unveiling a new-and-improved Carbon Twist Face in the process. Stealth 2 Plus (low spin, most workable) Stealth 2, and Stealth 2 HD (draw bias, high launch, most forgiving) drivers make up the Stealth 2 family.
       
      Stealth 2 


       
      Stealth 2 Plus


       
      Stealth 2 HD



       
      What you need to know: Breakthrough movable weight technologies and versatile designs are the hallmarks of the 2023 TaylorMade Stealth 2 fairway woods. Stealth 2 Plus is branded as “three fairway woods in one” owing to the unique performance characteristics afforded by the 50-gram sole weight. Stealth 2 features a slightly lower profile 3D carbon crown than Stealth. This moves CG down and away from the toe with more weight in the rear of the club for higher launch and MOI. Ultra-high MOI Stealth 2 HD features an oversized 200cc head and low-profile sole, creating an easy-to-hit, draw-biased club.
       
      Stealth 2 fairway


       
      Stealth 2 Plus fairway


       
       


       
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