Kevin Hall: Breaking Barriers on the PGA Tour | Golf History Today

By: Tommy Zimmer –  According to the World Health Organization, there are 466 million people worldwide who have disabling hearing loss. By 2050, it is said that over 900 million people will experience hearing loss too. One of those people struggling is Kevin Hall, a professional PGA Tour golfer. For someone who is deaf, it might seem surprising they decided to go into golf, which can be a very competitive and difficult sport to be successful for in. However, right now, his stats tell the story. He has a 271.5 driving distance with a total distance of 3,258 and 12 drives. His driving percentage accuracy is 63.41 percentage with 52 fairways hit and 82 possible fairways. His putting average is 1.827 with 137 GIT putts and 75 greens hit. For his birdie average, it is 3.50 with 21 birdies. Overall, his scoring average is 72.67, including 436 total strokes and six total rounds.

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