He's drifted out to No.184 in the world ranking but 2015 Australian Open champion Matt Jones still owns one of the best moments in Shell Houston Open history courtesy of his finish to the 2014 tournament.
Distance measuring devices have become standard issue equipment for average golfers, state amateur events and even R&A and USGA competitions. Now, it seems the US PGA Tour might be ready to join the trend.
I'm sure there are a host of scratch golfers that think, with a little more practice and the right breaks, they could make it on tour. And to those dreamers, we say, God bless ya, but it's time to face reality. Look no further than the scores from Monday qualifying at the Shell Houston Open.
When the same guy keeps winning all the tournaments, you run out of ways to analyse his swing. So you won't be reading about Dustin Johnson's driver swing or pitching prowess after his thoroughly dominant performance at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.