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Old 09-17-2014, 11:14 AM   1 links from elsewhere to this Post. Click to view. #1
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PGA 2013-2014 Season Ratings

There were 216 players that played at least 10 tournaments during the season. 45 tournaments with 36 different winners. Roy McIlroy won 3 times with 2 Majors (The Open and PGA) and Jimmy Walker won 3 times. Bubba Watson won 2 times with 1 Major (Masters) and Martin Kaymer won 2 times with 1 Major (US Open). Chris Kirk, Billy Horschel, and Patrick Reed each won twice.

My top 30 rated players for the season follows:

1) Roy McIlroy - 9.18 2) Bubba Watson - 6.38 3) Jimmy Walker - 5.91 4) Adam Scott - 5.45 5) Sergio Garcia - 5.32 6) Jim Furyk - 5.21 7) Matt Kuchar - 4.94 8) Martin Kaymer - 4.94 9) Chris Kirk - 4.89 10) Jason Day - 4.75

11) Justin Rose - 4.54 12) Dustin Johnson - 4.51 13) Billy Horschel - 4.19 14) Zach Johnson 15) Webb Simpson - 3.92 16) Brendon Todd - 3.84 17) Graeme McDowell - 3.83 18) Patrick Reed - 3.70 19) Jordan Spieth 3.70 20) Ryan Moore - 3.69

21) Hideki Matsuyama - 3.59 22) Rickie Fowler - 3.52 23) Ryan Palmer - 3.47 24) John Senden - 3.42 25) Hunter Mahan - 3.41 26) Harris English - 3.31 27) Bill Haas - 3.30 28) Gary Woodland -3.15 29) Henrik Stenson - 3.11 30) Brian Harman - 3.05

Players that won but did not make Top 30:

31) Kevin Stadler - 3.04 38) J B Holmes - 2.92 40) Matt Every - 2.86 41) Seung-Yul Noh - 2.78 45) Kevin Streelman - 2.46 47) Camilo Villegas - 2.38 52) Ben Crane - 2.34 53) Matt Jones - 2.31 59) Tim Clark - 2.22 64) Russell Henley - 2.18 67) Geoff Ogilvy -2.08 71) Angel Cabrera - 1.97 72) Steven Bowditch - 1.97 96) Chesson Hadley - 1.67 130) Scott Stallings - 1.14


Player of the Year - Roy McIlroy

Rookie of the Year - Victor Dubuisson 37) 2.93

Chesson Hadley only rookie to win, won second tier tournament opposite WGC tournament and missed 16 cuts while making 13 cuts.
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I think you're pretty much spot on, Tatkins.......with one exception. I think Billy Horschel belongs in the top ten considering where he came from to make it into the FedEx cup and then winning it over a pretty tough field.
All in all, though, I respect the work you put into your posts.
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Old 09-17-2014, 12:16 PM   #3
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I think you're pretty much spot on, Tatkins.......with one exception. I think Billy Horschel belongs in the top ten considering where he came from to make it into the FedEx cup and then winning it over a pretty tough field.
All in all, though, I respect the work you put into your posts.
I made a quick calculation taking out the last 3 tournaments and Billy Horschel would have been ranked somewhere around 100. So a three week run from 100 to 13 seems like a good measurement of the golf he played all year before the last 3 tournaments and the year as a whole.
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I wonder what the number of tournaments played by the euros in the top 10 is compared to the US in the top 10.

I would think that the euros play less tournaments since those players also play on the euro tour. That would make their results more impressive. I think that it show direct head to head to head with the US that the Euros like to be way ahead on paper for the Ryder Cup.
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I wonder what the number of tournaments played by the euros in the top 10 is compared to the US in the top 10.

I would think that the euros play less tournaments since those players also play on the euro tour. That would make their results more impressive. I think that it show direct head to head to head with the US that the Euros like to be way ahead on paper for the Ryder Cup.
As a general rule the best players tend to play 20 to 25 tournaments a year. The euro based players tend to play 16 to 19 on the PGA tour and the others on the european tour. So the euros did make the top of the list in less tournaments indicating their games were sharper.
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Good post. Here are mine.

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