What information does the Golf Channel include on its leaderboard?


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Golf Channel's leaderboards include the names of the golfers, their start time for the round, their rank in the tournament and their change in rank from round to round. They also show the players' scores for each round, their total scores, and the number of strokes above or below par.

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The leaderboards also include information less pertinent to the game such as the players' home countries and the brand of gold balls they use. GolfChannel.com has leaderboards from old tournaments as well as leaderboards that get updated in real time during tournaments. It is easy to sort these online leaderboards by any of the information displayed by clicking on the titles. Clicking on a golfer's name displays additional information and statistics about that golfer. The additional information available includes a photo of the golfer, links to the golfer's profile and news stories about the golfer. Other information includes the golfer's age, birthday, birthplace and residence. In addition, fans can learn the year the golfer turned pro, how much money the golfer makes during the tournament, and statistics about the number of aces, eagles, birdies, pars, and bogies or double bogies the golfer scores during the tournament. Fans can track golfers' tournament performance and statistics with ease and learn more about their favorite golfers with the online leaderboards.

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