30th May 2017 | Rex Hospital Open
Rex Hospital Open Trends
The Rex Hospital Open is the next event on the Web.com Tour. We look at the trends of past winners.
TPC Wakefield Plantation hosts the Rex Hospital Open, a regular event on the Web.com Tour.
The Hale Irwin designed course is a par-71 measuring 7,257 yards. Kyle Thompson won the tournament for a third time last year on 17-under, with 74 players finishing the week under par.
These are the trends needed to win at TPC Wakefield Plantation based on the last ten champions:
Top-60 on tour for par-4 scoring scoring average
With an average winning score of -16 for the past five years, you need to go low to win. The last ten champions ranked in the top-60 on tour for par-4 scoring average.
Top-60 on tour for putting average
A common theme on the Web.com Tour is how the best putters come to the fore.
Top-60 on tour for birdie average
Players need to create birdie opportunities and take them. Eight of the last ten winners ranked inside the top-60 for this metric.
Top-60 on tour for all-around ranking
The Rex Hospital Open is one of the older tournaments on tour and over the years it has provided a good all-round test.
Top-60 on tour for scoring average
The Rex Hospital Open has produced future PGA Tour winners and eight of the past ten champions ranked inside the top-60 for scoring average.
Players that fit all seven trends:
Ted Potter, Jr.