Differences in shot-making skills among high and low money winners on the PGA tour.

Abstract

Analysis of individual performance statistics for the 1995 Professional Golf Association tour yielded statistically significant differences between the shot-making skills of the to ten and bottom ten money winners. Only two skills (driving distance and total driving) were significantly higher among the ten top-ranked money winners. 

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@article{Engelhardt1997DifferencesIS, title={Differences in shot-making skills among high and low money winners on the PGA tour.}, author={George M Engelhardt}, journal={Perceptual and motor skills}, year={1997}, volume={84 3 Pt 2}, pages={1314} }