The PGA Tour heads to Quail Hollow for this week’s Wells Fargo Championship. We last saw this event in 2019, where Max Homa came away with his first PGA Tour victory. This makes for back-to-back events that were canceled during the 2020 season. We’re in the part of the schedule where a majority of these events did not happen in the 2020 season due to the break. However, this week’s tournament is set up similar to what we saw the last two times around.

Quail Hollow Course Breakdown

When this event was played in 2016, Quail Hollow was a par 72. With that being said, I’ll be looking at data from the 2018 and 2019 seasons to narrow down what type of golfer is a good fit. As it stands today, Quail Hollow is a par 71 that...

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