True, true. However if you only look at the positions gained/lost, Eagle actually gained one spot. They just all got beat by a chase card wonder. And I'm glad they took a beating, and not lost by only 1. 4 strokes for the winner shuts everyone up. At one point I was hoping for a more than 2 players playoff but this one dude was just unstoppable.Realy poor performance from the lead card in R4. . 20 players shoot better than the best player on the lead card. . .and that was Eagle who was by far the best player on the lead card!!
961 will stay. She is only dropping rounds ~930 and below due to STDEV.If my math is correct Kristen avg 999,5 in MVP open, or will that low rated 961 R3 round be scratched?
Last year at MVP Open she avg 986.
I would imagine he's just fine with most of the shot shapes required on that course, other than like hole 6 maybe. If I had to surmise, I would say that the randomness of this course probably got into his head to the point where he lost focus. Sometimes it feels like the course is against you and AB seems to run hot when he has the momentum but can get chilly when things get hairy (looking at you hole 17 @the beast). I could see the wind messing with his putting as well. He had top 10 locked up already for the Tour Championship and would've had to place better than 10th just for it to count toward his standings.Uhhhh, I am just now noticing this: What, in all that is holy happened to Anthony Barela?! He ended with a +20! Is Maple Hill just not his kinda track? Anybody see any of his rounds?