On today's 2 Off the 1st, we look at the USGA and R&A's data for driving distance and look at the data to see if PGA Tour pros should try to drive Riviera's amazing 10th hole.
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The USGA and R&A say driving distance is increasing by a meager 0.2 yards per year in the last decade-plus. However, PGA Tour data suggests otherwise. So which is right?
The Genesis Open starts at Riviera Country Club near Los Angeles, and we tell you if players should try to drive or layup on the short par-4 10th.
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