TPC Twin Cities is a 7,450+ yard Par 71 which opened for play in 2000. The layout was designed by Arnold Palmer with Tom Lehman as consultant. The course is a member of the Tournament Players Club (TPC) network which is operated by the PGA Tour.
TPC Twin Cities features narrow fairways with high rough. Course management is important in order to put the ball in the right position to attack the pins. Last year, players in the mix had a healthy percentage of greens in regulation with first class putting
2019 | Matthew Wolff
Winning Score -21 (263)
Strokes Gained Category
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Wolff excelled tee-to-green finishing 1st in the Strokes Gained Tee-To-Green category. This translated to a gain of 13.315 strokes on the field average or just over 95% of his overall gain for the week. In particular his approach play was dialled-in. His Strokes Gained Approach-The-Green resulted in a gain of 9.450 strokes or two third of his overall gain. Other stats for the week include T31 for Driving Accuracy, 36th for Driving Distance, T6 for GIR and 6th in Putts per GIR.