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Why it’s painfully hard to play two straight good rounds, according to pros (golf.com)

It was an anomaly. One low round doesn’t deserve another. No doubt, there have been players who have gone low and stayed there. But for the majority of pros and Joes and Janes, regression to the mean eventually happens — CBS, in fact, reported last week that since 1983, 680 players on the PGA Tour have shot 63 or better, and only 11 matched or bettered it the next day.

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