Kevin Na put on a putting clinic at the Shriners, finished with -0.09 strokes gained tee-to-green

Kevin Na

Kevin Na’s win at the Safeway Open marked the fourth win of his career, his third in his last 30 Tour starts. In the process he became the first player in PGA Tour history to win a full field event with negative strokes gained from tee-to-green (-0.09).

Per Justin Ray:

What makes Na’s win even more impressive is the fact that he had a strokes gained putting total of 14.18. The majority of that came during the second and third round when he had 11.3 strokes gained putting!

Na made over 558 feet of putts total.

His early strut on a lot of these is fire!

Author: Michael Shamburger

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