Weekly Fang: March 19, 2018

Rory Merged Fifth

In what is still a season of dream for the fans, Rory returned to the path of triumph with his best game. Apparently Rory had the help of Brad Faxon with the putter which led to a more relaxed posture with a longer rod. With these numbers or whoever approaches you:

  • 316 and average d in the exits
  • 64% of fairways (71% on Sunday)
  • 63 % of GIR (72% on Sunday)
  • 5 strokes gained with the putter

The putter went on, as statistically he won 10 strokes to the field in four days of competition. By the way, Rory returns to the Top 10 in the world ranking with this win.

Check his drive on par 5 hole 16: Drive of 372 yards that left him 123 yards as a second shot ... in a par 5.

Weekly Fang: March 19, 2018

Inbee Park Win in Arizona

Park prevailed with hegemony in Arizona and also returned to the Top 10 in the world ranking. The other outstanding performances were those of Laura Davies and Mariajo Uribe.

The Colombian finished T7 and Davies was in T2 at 54 years old. Show that age is just a number in golf - are we putting together a request in change.org for Lorena Ochoa to come back?

Ben Polland takes the Stella Artois Open

The American won the tournament he entered through the standings on Monday. Apparently received the advice to go with days of anticipation to acclimatize and meet a field with many subtleties. He played two rounds of practice before Monday and it paid off. Undoubtedly, luck tends to be with those who prepare.

Next stop on the PGA Tour Latin America: The country club of Tijuana - the only field designed by Alister MacKenzie in Mexico - architect of the golden age of golf architecture and also designer of Augusta National, home of the Masters.

Hey! They are going!

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