PGA Tour player career performance charts

What program/language are you using for these visualizations

LibreOffice Calc, believe it or not!

…whether I should be using it, that’s another matter.

This puts into perspective how much better it could have been. All those years in his prime with nothing. This dude is amazing.

Scott Harrington:

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We will be back… not sure when but he will.

Could you Pat Perez?

I feel like that would be a very interesting career to see mapped out like that

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It’s not quite complete, since I don’t know where to find early-stage Q School results before 1999, but:

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Crazy how that career can turn into 20,000,000 plus in earnings.

Golf is a great game if you want to grind every week for 20 years.

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These are cool. And I’m a charley Hoffman fan, so this is interesting

Would be curious about DJ, Rickie, and Charles Howell III

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Here’s DJ:

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And Rickie:

CH3’s is pretty boring once you pass the part where he earned STM in back-to-back years…

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I’m not Anti-Rickie but seeing this layout statistically… less than encouraging

DJ is basically the poster boy for Q School. Stayed amateur for the Walker Cup, only got one sponsor exemption after turning pro, but worked his way through three stages and was on the tour for the start of the next season.

But I think he’s more the exception than the rule. He was the only player who turned pro that year to make it through Q School.

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Seeing these, Rickie is a more activated CH3.

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Ryan Palmer
Brian Gay
Lee Westwood
Ken Duke

Thank you for these!!! Interesting - in the way that rickies is not interesting

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