Padraig Harrington has made a career out of flopping his way into our hearts with his marvelous short game.
It has won him multiple titles around the globe including two Open championships back-to-back from 2007.
He has been described as "the ultimate tinkerer" and there's no doubt he thinks about the game in incredible detail.
His instructional videos on his YouTube channel cater for low, mid and high handicap golfers.
One other person who thinks about the game in intricate ways is Bryson DeChambeau.
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DeChambeau, 28, has transcended the game in many ways with his approach to trying to obtain power, speed and distance.
Now when you tune into golf coverage on television you will undoubtedly see players who place a premium with distance over ball striking.
DeChambeau clearly wants both. Harrington, 50, recently joined the SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio to offer his thoughts:
"If he does play his best, he really does have an advantage"— SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio (@SiriusXMPGATOUR) December 10, 2021
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