14th May 2018 | BMW Charity Pro-Am

BMW Charity Pro-Am Trends

BMW Charity Pro-Am Golf Trends - Tour

We examine the trends of past champions at the BMW Charity Pro-Am on the Tour.

The Tour is up and running this week with the BMW Charity Pro-Am in South Carolina.

Spread across three courses conducive to low scoring we can expect players to go low. In 2015 Rod Pampling won on 25-under and in 2013 Mark Anderson won with a score of 27-under.

Top-60 on tour for birdie average
The average winning score over the last six years has been 20-under, therefore going low is imperative.

Top-60 on tour for birdie conversion
Nine of the last ten winners ranked inside the top-60 on tour for this metric, proving you have to take your opportunities.

Top-60 on tour for par 5 scoring
There are four par-5s per course, all within reach and easy scoring opportunities. Nine of the last ten winners ranked in the top-60 for par-5 scoring. 

Top-60 on tour for putting average
A generous set-up helps the amateurs but the tournament often descends into a putting competition for the pros. Seven of the last ten winners ranked inside the top-60 for putting average.

Players that fit all four trends:
Adam Long
Carlos Ortiz
Chase Wright
Curtis Luck
Dan McCarthy
Henrik Norlander
Jim Knous
Joey Garber
Justin Hueber
Kyoung-Hoon Lee
Luke Guthrie
Mark Anderson
Martin Trainer
Max Homa
Michael Weaver
Rhein Gibson
Roberto Castro
Scott Harrington
Seth Reeves
Sungjae Im
Taylor Moore
Wes Roach
Willy Wilcox
Wyndham Clark

Odds correct at time of publishing: 17:17 14th May, 2018 but subject to change

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