14th May 2018 | BMW Charity Pro-Am
BMW Charity Pro-Am Trends
We examine the trends of past champions at the BMW Charity Pro-Am on the Web.com Tour.
The Web.com 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:
Odds correct at time of publishing: 17:17 14th May, 2018 but subject to change