Golf is no longer a game about who has the perfect swing. Bryson DeChambeau and Victor Hovland introduce analytics and scientific methods after Tiger Woods showed his opponents they should prepare mentally and physically just like athletes in other sports has taken golf to previously unimaginable levels.
DeChambeau, known as the “Scientist”, won the US Championship when he opened in 2020 and is currently ranked fourth in the world. In front of him was Hovland, a Norwegian phenomenon experiencing a magical moment.
After winning the final two PGA Championships of the season, Hovland also won the FedEx Cup, which gave him a bonus of $16 million. In 2023 alone, the 25-year-old won $34,512,236.
In an interview with GQ Sorts reporter Sam Schube, Hovland talked about how he develops poker strategies to beat more experienced golfers.
“Obviously, everything in the world is becoming more and more analytical. You just try to use all the information available to make the best decision and hope for the best outcome. Obviously.” Big Most of the time you have no control over the outcome. But if you make fundamentally correct decisions over time, the likelihood of success increases. I think that’s the great thing about poker. All you can do is make the best decision.
Hovland also made it clear that he is an excellent student of GTO. The theory of GTO is to “formulate a strategy with the maximum EV (expected value) if your opponent always uses a perfect counter-strategy.” Although He fell in love with the theoretical side of poker, but Europeans don’t have the time to put everything into practice.
“I played a little online, a little in the casino, and loved watching videos. ” “Learn a little bit on YouTube. Of course I don’t have a lot of time to devote to it, but the game “I really enjoy it. When I find the time, I like to dive right in,” said the youngest FedEx Cup champion.