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Golf Australia Express : Issue 27
STAT THE THE NUMBERS DON’T LIE... WHATAYEAR 2010 was for G-Mac. The joint European Tour golfer of that year won the US Open, headed Europe’s Ryder Cup victory at Celtic Manor, claimed the Andalucia Valderrama Masters to finish second in the Race to Dubai standings, and returned to the US to beat TW in a playoff at the Chevron World Challenge. It was during this time the Northern Irishman also gained a reputation as one of the game’s best ball-strikers, leading the PGA Tour stats for proximity to the hole from 150-175 yards. And after a sloppy season last year by his standards, where he slipped to 140th, McDowell appears to have ironed out any issues with his swing and is back at the top of the charts again. The gritty 32-year-old’s finished T9 and T13 in his last two starts. If he maintains the sort of average he holds to date, this season’s shaping up to be another major success. OTG Moving Up Graeme McDowell Stat: Approach From 150-175 yards What it means: The average distance to the cup on approaches from this range 2012 2011 139 Ranked: 140 29 yards 1 inch Ranked: 1 19 yards 1 inch *Through WGC-Cadillac Championship