Game Golf, the stat-tracking device that users place in the grip end of their clubs, added Chesson Hadley to their ever-growing list of PGA Tour pros earlier this week.
The addition of the tour's 2014 Rookie of the Year marks the start of a month-long Pro-Am challenge the company is running, where anyone with a Game Golf system can take part and see how their stats stack up against the pros.
Game kicked-off the tournament during Wednesday's Pro-Ams at the Puerto Rico Open and the WGC-Cadillac Championship. Hadley joined Lee Westwood, Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk (the company's other staffers) in a friendly stat-tracking competition and easily dominated. His 6-under par 66 in San Juan and won in most statistical categories, including fairway accuracy, greens in regulation, putts per hole and scrambling.