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A few big names are also teeing it up at the European Open , where Masters champion Patrick Reed are among those who have been somehow enticed to stay in Europe for another week after the trials of Carnoustie! Among other things, the course has been lengthened and all the trees have been removed. One of the trio in tied second was Thorbjorn Olesen, who finished with a brilliant 61 to almost win the tournament from nowhere. Follow GP on Twitter

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Testimonials Golf Predictor has moved me into the top 5 of my fantasy golf pool in no time at all. Great site with some real good metrics and predictive models. Why not try Golf Predictor out? However, when the same individual chart is available from a page in the Form menu, this drop down box is not necessary. All these pages have a new "Compare Field Spider " chart link which displays a chart similar to the screenshot above.

The Rankings page contains a link to the chart shown above, which shows the average finish in the current GP Season calendar year for the field ahead of the Dell Technologies Championship. This brings the total number of charts on Golf Predictor up to Some notes on these new charts: The nearer the points are to the centre of the chart, the better the lower the average value is. Hovering over a point on the chart will show the golfer's name, his value in the metric, the number of events played and his GP Rank, as shown above for Dustin Johnson.

The chart is ordered by GP Rank, with the top ranked golfer DJ in the chart above in the twelve o'clock position. As can be seen above, this means the values will tend to be lower in the upper right quadrant higher ranked golfers and higher in the upper left quadrant lower ranked golfers. Due to the large number of golfers typically shown on these new charts is large, it is not possible to show the labels for each golfer in the field for legibility reasons.

Therefore, the labels are shown for every n golfers, where n depends on the number of golfers displayed. This value varied from every golfer to every sixth golfer. For example, the chart above with 98 golfers shows the label for every fourth golfer. Also for legibility purposes, golfer names are truncated if their surname is too long. This is shown above for B ryson DeChambeau. Golfers with no value for the metric are excluded from the chart and are listed underneath instead.

These zero values are also excluded from the average field value shown. You may have to reload a page press F5 on Windows to see the new chart links.

I trust you will find these nine new charts useful for quickly spotting good picks for upcoming tournaments. Just another way to make Golf Predictor even better! It's the third leg of the FedEx Cup play-offs in the US this week and the pressure will be on to qualify for the lucrative Tour Championship in two weeks time. As usual, the bigger names are still in FedEx Cup contention in America, but there still are a couple of players in the top fifty in the world rankings teeing it up on the popular track in the Swiss Alps this week.

Monday, 3 September - Week 35 Winners. Wallace finished very strongly with five birdies in his last six holes to post This was equalled by the other trio, with Lee Westwood having let a two shot lead around the turn slip. Wallace then proceeded to leave his approach on both extra holes about five feet away to vanquish his three opponents with birdies and take the title.

Our top ranked player, Thorbjorn Olesen, finished in tied 20th and was delighted to sow up the last qualifying spot on the Ryder Cup team. The 24 year old American won his third title of the season with an impressive two shot win over Justin Rose. DeChambeau broke out of a crowded leaderboard early on Sunday and was never really threatened on the back nine.

That allowed him to win his second FedEx Cup event in a row reasonably comfortably in the end and cement his place on the US Ryder Cup team. As usual, there is a strong field in Boston for the second play-off event, with eighteen of the top twenty in the world rankings jockeying for position in the FedEx Cup.

That doesn't leave much top talent for the European Tour event, but Thorbjorn Olesen is headlining the field in his homeland as he looks to force his way into the Ryder Cup team. Sunday, 26 August - Week 34 Winners. The 29 year old Italian won his first tour title in an exciting final day battle with veteran Padraig Harrington. Trailing Harrington by two shots after thirteen holes, Pavan finished strongly to overhaul the Irishman and win by two shots in the end.

Harrington will rue a missed short par putt on the fifteenth that helped Pavan's cause at a crucial time. The 24 year old American won his third tour title with an assured performance in New Jersey. Leading by four shots overnight after a brilliant 63 -8 on Saturday, DeChambeau was never put under pressure on Sunday and coasted to his second win of the season. In doing so, he laid down a marker for a place on the US Ryder Cup team.

Rory, Rickie injured and Sergio didn't qualify are the only top thirty players in the world not teeing it up at Ridgewood Country Club. Meanwhile, the field in the Czech Republic is not quite as impressive, with only three members of the top hundred in the world playing in Prague. The 33 year old Englishman captured his first tour title with a play-off victory over Thomas Aiken in Sweden. The duo shared a three shot lead overnight and couldn't be separated over the final eighteen holes.

After Aiken found the water on the first extra hole, the injury plagued Waring was able to finally land his first victory with a par. The 37 year old American put some recent poor form behind him with a wire to wire victory at Sedgefield Country Club.

Snedeker opened up with a fantastic 59 on Thursday and although he was caught on Sunday by C. Pan, a three shot swing on the final hole saw the American safely home. There aren't many big names competing in America this week, with the Wyndham Championship coming directly after the last major of the season.

Meanwhile, the field in Sweden is even weaker, with the in-form Dane Thorbjorn Olesen headlining the event. The 28 year old American secured his third major title and second of the season with an impressive performance at Bellerive. On an exciting final day's play with a stacked leaderboard that included the resurgent Tiger Woods, Koepka kept his cool to pull away on the back nine to win by two over a resurgent Adam Scott and the aforementioned Woods.

It's the last chance for eight months for a golfer to land one of those prestigious titles, so competition is bound to be fierce! New Golf Predictor Logo. After ten years of using the amateurish one I designed myself, I finally got around to getting one professionally done. After running a brief on-line contest, I chose the above logo as the winner. I liked this one for its simplicity, attractiveness and because it conveys the same idea as my own original effort.

The version above is designed for the green background of the website header, but there are also other versions designed for a lighter background. These may make an appearance in other channels, such as social media profiles. I hope you like this new logo, which I am am very happy with. Just another way to make Golf Predictor look a little better!

The 25 year old American won his first WGC title and third title of the season in the tournament's last staging in Ohio. Despite not having his A game on Sunday, Thomas was able to build on his overnight lead after his three nearest challengers all had poor final rounds. The 29 year old American secured his first tour title with an impressive display in the modified Stableford event.

Putnam won in style, with a twenty fooot plus birdie putt at the last to win by four points from Chad Campbell. The 30 year old Indian won his first tour title with a strong finish in the South Pacific.

Bhullar was trailing by one with two to play, but chipped in for eagle on seventeen and parred the last to edge out the fast finishing Anthony Quayle. While there aren't many big golfing names teeing it up in either minor event especially in Fiji!

The 39 year old Englishman finally won his maiden tour title at the th time of asking on a topsy turvy day in Germany. After letting a two shot lead slip early on the back nine on Sunday, McEvoy laid up on the last, but still holed his birdie putt to take the title by a single shot. The 34 year old American won his third tour title of the season in Canada.

After several close calls in what is now almost his adopted homeland, Johnson delighted the home crowd with an imperious display of driving at Glen Abbey. The world number overpowered the course on the weekend to surge clear and win by three shots in the end. World number one Dustin Johnson and Open Championship runner-up Matt Kuchar are among those who have jetted over from Scotland to tee it up in Canada at their sponor's event. A few big names are also teeing it up at the European Open , where Masters champion Patrick Reed are among those who have been somehow enticed to stay in Europe for another week after the trials of Carnoustie!

The 35 year old Molinari won his first major with a blemish free weekend on the fiendishly difficult Carnoustie links. Despite trailing three players by three shots overnight, Molinari opened with a Faldoesque thirteen straight pars while everyone around him made multiple mistakes. He didn't flinch either when his more famous playing partner Tiger Woods hid the front around the turn. Molinari closed with two birdies in the last five holes, including one at the difficult finishing hole, to win by two strokes in the end.

The 32 year old American won his second tour title by a single shot in a shoot out in Kentucky. Although he opened up with 62 , Merritt had to keep his pedal to the metal to edge out Billy Horschel, Tom Lovelady and Richy Werenski at the rain delayed event. The excitement is mounting this side of the pond for the most venerable major of them all, which returns to Carnoustie for the first time since World number one Dustin Johnson leads the strong field and he will be among those trying to master the very hard and dry links challenge this year!

Sunday, 15 July - Week 28 Winners. The 25 year old South African overcame recent poor form and won his third tour title with a brilliant final day performance. Trailing by three shots overnight, he closed with a course record 60 to win by four shots. Indeed, Stone missed an eight foot birdie putt on the last for the first ever 59 on the European Tour.

The 25 year and one day! Kim also overcame poor recent form to pull away from the field over the first three days.

After a good start Sunday, the American was able coast to an eight shot victory on a tournament record low score of twenty seven under par. It's the final week before The Open Championship and it's the last chance for a competitive tune up. There is a strong field playing in Scotland this year, with five of the top twenty in the world rankings hoping to get some competitive links practice before heading to Carnoustie. However, there aren't many big names in Illinois, where recent winner Francesco Molinari and defending champion Bryson DeChambeau are headlining the field.

Sunday, 8 July - Week 27 Winners. The 33 year old Scot built on recent good form to come from behind and claim his second tour title. Trailing by six shots overnight, Knox finished strongly with a thirty five foot birdie on the last that was good enough for a play-off after Ryan Fox missed a short birdie putt on the same hole. Then, unbelievably in the play-off, history repeated itself as Knox holed for another birdie from almost the same spot and Fox missed again from a similar distance to before!

Our top ranked player, defending champion Jon Rahm, finished in tied 4th after a bad start and a great finish on Sunday. The 34 year old American finally won his second tour title after almost seven years of waiting with a great final round at Old White TPC. Na won in style with a great display of putting on Sunday to pull away and win by five shots in the end. New field comparison chart of season vs course history for A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier Similar to the field strokes gained chart added to the site some time ago, I am pleased to announce 56 new field comparison charts to Golf Predictor.

These new charts allow you to see at a glance which golfers have the best values in two historical metrics of your choosing. The Season form page contains a link to the chart shown above, where season average is on the horizontal X axis and you can chose from eight metrics to compare from the drop down list box above the chart.

Your selected metric appears on the vertical Y axis, as shown above. Season average vs course average for the field. Season average vs tournament average for the field. Season average vs last five average for the field. Season average vs similar length course average for the field. Season average vs last twelve similar events average for the field.

Season average vs same region average for the field. Season average vs similar weather average for the field. Season average vs similar field strength average for the field. Course average vs season average for the field.

Course average vs tournament average for the field. Course average vs last five average for the field. Course average vs similar length course average for the field. Course average vs last twelve similar events average for the field.

Course average vs same region average for the field. Course average vs similar weather average for the field. Course average vs similar field strength average for the field. Tournament average vs season average for the field. Tournament average vs course average for the field, Tournament average vs last five average for the field. Tournament average vs similar length course average for the field. Tournament average vs last twelve similar events average for the field.

Tournament average vs same region average for the field. Tournament average vs similar weather average for the field. Tournament average vs similar field strength average for the field. Last five average vs season average for the field. Last five average vs course average for the field.

Last five average vs tournament average for the field. Last five average vs similar length course average for the field. Last five average vs last twelve similar events average for the field. Last five average vs same region average for the field. Last five average vs similar weather average for the field. Last five average vs similar field strength average for the field. Last twelve similar events average vs season average for the field. Last twelve similar events average vs course average for the field.

Last twelve similar events average vs tournament average for the field. Last twelve similar events average vs similar length course average for the field.

Last twelve similar events average vs last five events average for the field. Last twelve similar events average vs same region average for the field. Last twelve similar events average vs similar weather average for the field. Last twelve similar events average vs similar field strength average for the field.

Same region average vs season average for the field. Same region average vs course average for the field. Same region average vs tournament average for the field. Same region average vs similar length course average for the field. Same region average vs last five events average for the field. Same region average vs last twelve similar events average for the field. Same region average vs similar weather average for the field.

Same region average vs similar field strength average for the field. Similar field strength average vs season average for the field. Similar field strength average vs course average for the field. Similar field strength average vs tournament average for the field. Similar field strength average vs similar length course average for the field.