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2 months agoXander Schauffele sometimes gets stereotyped into a specific range, even though his game has proven to be successful throughout most venues. Tree-lined fairways have given pause to some that the American is not accurate enough off the tee to find success at a course that has trouble lurking if you miss the short grass, but we are not so convinced when it comes to using driving accuracy or even good drive percentage as a tool to determine how successful a player might be for the week. The PGA Tour has transformed into a bomb and gouge sport over the years, which stems from the rough not being as penal as it might have been back in the day, not to mention that golfers are carrying their drives further than ever before. Simple game theory dictates that the proper play is to advance your ballĀ as far as possible and figure it out from there. Venues like Narashino Country Club add a different dynamic than players are used to seeing during most weeks, but it should be possible for Schauffele to club down and use his phenomenal ball-striking acumen to find success. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBaller
Source: PGA Tour

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