August 24, 2015 :  Strokes Gained at the Wyndham: Davis Love III wins

At 51 years old, Davis Love III became the third-oldest winner on the PGA TOUR. Love and second-place finisher Jason Gore moved into the FedEx Cup playoffs with their play at the Wyndham Championship. Read more…

August 22, 2015 :  Who Says Jordan Spieth Isn’t Great at One Thing? Not the Stats! (September Golf magazine column)

More than a few myths and misunderstandings have crept into the golf conversation recently, especially regarding Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson. Let’s use Strokes Gained data to shed light on some of the “facts” I’ve been hearing. Read more at golf.com …

August 21, 2015 :  Major tournament predictions

Bill Cooney of pgatour.com and I created “power rankings” of players prior to the US Open, British Open and PGA Championship. Read more…

August 20, 2015 :  Golf Gets into the Swing of Analytics (BizTech magazine article by Wylie Wong)

“Through Broadie’s stats, we were able to understand Luke’s formula for success,” [Pat Goss] says … It really allowed us to identify Luke’s strengths … and to try to maximize them.” Read more at biztechmagazine.com …

August 17, 2015 :  Strokes Gained at the PGA: Day claims his first major

Jason Day prevailed in a duel with Jordan Spieth to win the PGA Championship. It was 27-year-old Day’s first major victory, following six top five finishes in majors since 2010. Read more…

August 10, 2015 :  Strokes Gained at the WGC-Bridgestone: Lowry wins his first WGC event

The final round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational was supposed to be a showdown between Jim Furyk and Justin Rose, but Shane Lowry fired a final round 66 to claim the title. Read more…

August 7, 2015 :  Q&A with Sean Martin at pgatour.com

Here is my Q&A with Sean Martin at pgatour.com (and also links to other stories in the ShotLink series) Read more…

August 5, 2015 :  Closer Encounters (August Golf magazine column)

Which putt is more likely to go in: a five-footer hit by one of the top 10 putters on the PGA Tour (think Graeme McDowell, Luke Donald or Brendon Todd), or a four-footer hit by one of the Tour’s bottom 10 putters (the likes of Vijay Singh, Boo Weekley and Lucas Glover)? Read more at golf.com …

August 3, 2015 :  Strokes Gained at the Quicken Loans: Merritt wins after five missed cuts

After five missed cuts in a row, Troy Merritt broke through for his first PGA TOUR victory at the Quicken Loans National. Read more…

July 31, 2015 :  Why Tiger’s Consecutive Rounds Streak Might Be Better Than Joe DiMaggio’s (July Golf magazine feature story)

How do we measure greatness in sport?

No one would dispute, for example, the monumental achievement of Roger Bannister’s sub-four-minute mile in 1954. Or Don Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956 World Series. Read more at golf.com …