USGA and R&A publish paper on driving distance in professional golf Data Included from Seven Major Tours Around the World The USGA and The R&A have published a research document that reports important facts on driving distance in professional golf. Supporting data comes from seven tours including PGA TOUR data beginning in 1968. Key facts noted in the paper include: Between 2003 and the end of the 2015 season average driving distance on four of the seven tours increased about 1% or 0.2…
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