It’s an exciting time for NCAA Golf. Teams are traveling and qualifying for a chance to win the 2016 NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Websters dictionary defines probability – the extent to which something is probable; the likelihood of something happening or being the case.
For the purpose of a fun discussion, what if you could predict future performance? Or what if you could predict the outcome of a certain tournament? This is nearly impossible to do in golf because of so many outside influences on score. Weather, golf course, bad luck, bad bounce, whatever, it’s next to impossible.
But what if you could calculate the probabilities of a tournament? For example, using statistical and econometric models you can produce the probabilities on how each team will finish in the NCAA Regional Tournaments. This is NOT a prediction, this is the probability on how each team will finish in each regional.
Through a complex systems of pulleys, levers, launch angles and calculations, we have listed the teams and how they will finish in the each region – 2016 NCAA Women’s Golf Championships. To see other Regional Probabilities, Baton Rouge, LA – Bryan, TX – Shoal Creek, AL – Stanford, CA
Stanford, CA Regional – Probability or likelihood on how the teams will finish.
6. Ohio State
7. Texas Tech
8. San Diego State
9. Wake Forest
12. Michigan State
14. North Carolina
15. UC – Riverside
16. Seton Hall
18. San Jose State
disclaimer: no minions were harmed during this research project.