That would make a really interesting YouTube video, Euler.Euler wrote: ↑Sat May 18, 2019 11:51 amTBH, I think Koepka has won it already. Some stats I pulled this morning: -
A 36-hole total score of 129 - the lowest 36-hole total score in men’s major championship history. Koepka leads by seven shots, the largest 36-hole lead in a major championship in nearly eighty years. The only other instance of a player leading a major by seven or more since 1900 was Henry Cotton, who led the 1934 Open Championship by nine.
No player has won the PGA Championship when trailing by seven or more after 36 holes since Payne Stewart did it in 1989. Brooks Koepka was born in 1990.
With a win this week, Koepka will have claimed two titles in two different majors before the age of 30. Since the first Masters was held in 1934, the only players to achieve that feat are Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros and Tiger Woods.
It would be interesting to find out how you source information like that and then apply it to market situations.
I have not found this easy trading at all trying to balance having a nice win while not being left stranded on Dustin Johnson.
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