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The time to test the ball skill! Precision is the successful guarantee of TPC south wind

From: Nice Golf   Date:2018-06-14 15:23:48  Hits:810  Belong to:Golf News
But some of the top players often choose the Memphis station, knowing that the conditions may be different from the big slams in the next week, but the key to the victory is the same. The past two US Open Championships had a good record in the TPC south wind, because if you put the ball in a hit position and attack the green, it was very accurate... You will be competitive.
If you want to succeed in the TPC south wind, you need to have the best batting skills.
Next season, the FedEx San Jude classic will be upgraded to a new position in the world golf championship.
At that time, the top 50 and other good players in the world will compete in Memphis.
Many of them did not play this tournament in the past, preferring to rest before next week's us open.
But some of the top players often choose the Memphis station, knowing that the conditions may be different from the big slams in the next week, but the key to the victory is the same.
The past two US Open Championships had a good record in the TPC south wind, because if you put the ball in a hit position and attack the green, it was very accurate... You will be competitive.
Dustin Johnson and Brooks Kepka may not be able to defeat Daniel Berg in Memphis, but they are very close.
Brooks Kepka gained second in 2016 and third in 2015. His average bar number is 68.56 strokes, and since 2005, the average number of players in at least 6 rounds has ranked fifth. Of course, he won the US Open last year at Mount Alin last year.
Dustin Johnson won in 2012, and entered the top ten in two other places, including fifth in 2016. That year, he won the US Open in oak.
Dustin Johnson averaged 68.38 strokes in the TPC south wind, ranking the third player since 2005.
The two players are going to play this week.