Saturday, April 29, 2017

You Oughta Know: Key stats heading into SHO

There’s only one week left until the Masters, and plenty of big names are warming up at the Shell Houston Open. Here’s what You Oughta Know heading into this week’s event.

• Defending champion: Jim Herman (first career PGA Tour victory)

• Jordan Spieth finished T-2 and T-13 in this event last two years

• Henrik Stenson finished third or better three times in five career starts in Houston

• Adam Scott has the best career scoring average at GC of Houston

• Jon Rahm has a win and four top-5s in last five worldwide starts

• Phil Mickelson is 46 under in this event in the last five years (best of any player in that span)

• Winner this week receives invitation to Masters

• Only way remaining to get into the first major except for special invitation

Notable Players in Field Not Currently Invited to Masters

Keegan Bradley

Charles Howell III

Bryson DeChambeau

Andrew “Beef” Johnston

Luke Donald

Smylie Kaufman

Tony Finau

Davis Love III

Billy Horschel

Geoff Ogilvy


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