With the Masters behind us, a number of the world's best are making the trip to Sea Island, Georgia for the RSM Classic. It's a loaded field in relation to what we typically see for the RSM Classic. Though it's not the typical post-Masters event, I'm sure staying in the state of Georgia for a second consecutive week certainly helps.
The RSM Classic is played on two different Bermudagrass courses for the two opening rounds, the Par-70 Seaside course, and the Par-72 Plantation course. Each golfer will see both tracks, splitting their Thursday and Friday rounds between the two courses, with weekend play being hosted on the Seaside course.
Even though these are relatively short courses, driving distance and accuracy have correlated...
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