List of golfers with most PGA Tour Champions wins
|1||Hale Irwin H||45|
|2||Bernhard Langer H||42|
|3||Lee Trevino H||29|
|T4||Bob Charles H||25|
What is the average driving distance on the Senior PGA Tour?
Although the PGA Tour Pros swing between 110 and 120mph, you need not be that fast to score well. The average Senior Tour player swings a driver at 106mph and hits it 274 yards. But the average LPGA Tour Pro swings a driver at only 93 mph and hits it 246 yards.
How old are Senior PGA players?
The Champions Tour, known as the Senior PGA Tour until 2002, is open to golfers age 50 and over.
Did Jack Nicklaus play on the senior tour?
Nicklaus joined the Senior PGA Tour (now known as the PGA Tour Champions) when he became eligible in January 1990, and by April 1996 had won 10 tournaments, including eight major championships despite playing a very limited schedule.
What was Tiger Woods longest drive?
Tiger Woods ( 498 yards, 18th hole at the Plantation Course, Kapalua, Hawaii at the Mercedes Championship in 2002)
What is DeChambeau longest drive?
DeChambeau belted a longest drive of 359 yards. Ryan Steenberg was the dominant winner of the session. He won four of his five sessions and finished second in the other. His longest drive was 366 yards.
How far should a 65 year old man hit a golf ball?
According to statistics, the average driving distance for a senior golfer is between 196 and 211 yards from 50 to 60 years upwards.
How far should a 70-year-old male hit a golf ball?
A 70-year-old man should be hitting a driver anywhere from 180 to 190 yards. This number has grown a bit in the last few years with the introduction of improved driver and shaft technology. At 70 years old, some golfers are having no trouble getting the ball to fly 200 yards or more.
Can pro golfers play anywhere?
PGA members pretty much play free golf wherever they go, at any club or golf course.