Golf News for Tuesday, November 6, 2012 | Events

Soren Kjeldsen captures victory at TrackMan Combine Challenge

European PGA Tour Professional, Soren Kjeldsen, wins the TrackMan Combine Challenge for October 2012. With a score of 89.8 (out of a possible 100), Kjeldsen tied for highest score ever recorded on the TrackMan Combine. Kjeldsen's score matches that of Swedish golfer, Alexander Noren.

Within a week of posting his 89.8, Kjeldsen had his highest finish in a European Tour event since July. "I'm not the longest guy out there, but where I can make up some ground is with my distance control and wedges. The TrackMan Combine provides a great practice session for me that makes me focus on every shot" Kjeldsen stated.

The TrackMan Combine consists of 60 shots that range from 60 yards (55 meters) to Driver. Each shot to the distance targets is scored based on proximity to the target. The Driver is scored on distance and accuracy. For more information on the TrackMan Combine, visit and sign up for your free account. At you will be able to see leaderboards, TrackMan Combine reports and filter results to see how your peer group performs on the Combine.

The average score for PGA TOUR and European PGA Tour Professionals taking the TrackMan Combine is 84.0. The average score for LPGA Tour Professionals is 80.2. The average male collegiate golfer scores a 75.2 and the average female collegiate golfer scores a 69.3. To date, no one has achieved a total score of 90.0 or higher on the Combine. Kjeldsen went on to say, "Trying to break 90 on the TrackMan Combine is a personal challenge I've set and I'm confident I will get there. I can tell that when I'm scoring well on the Combine, I am striking the ball better so it is a great way for me to practice with a purpose in mind."

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