If you had Iron Byron hit every drive and approach shot and Perfie every putt, what would they shoot?
Not that low, IMO. There is an intangible art to scoring. As I said in the comment section under another post. There is working the ball into tucked pins, judging distance, imagination around the green and “willing” putts into the hole. No matter how perfectly you calibrate the robots to hit shots, scoring is an art.
Trying to perfect your motion (swing, chipping motion and putting stroke) takes the part of your brain with the imagination and intangible ability to score out of the equation and makes it dormant.
So even if you have a perfect motion like these robots, that is only a small part of the game. Learning to swing like a robot both literally and figuratively…is missing the point.
I learned that lesson…and hopefully not too late.