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It’s going to warm up (eventually) and that means Wall Street will start leaving the trading floor for the golf course in the afternoons. 

For right now, though, we expect they’ll start switching the channel on trading floor TVs to the Masters. 

To commemorate the prestigious tournament, we combed through the past year’s handicap data for some of the Street’s biggest names on GHIN—a website run by the U.S. Golf Association—to see how they stack up against each other on the course.

Some of these golfers are talented, while others could use a bit more practice.

Keep in mind, the higher the handicap number, the worse the player is.

Julian Robertson (Handicap: 19.4)

Firm/Title: Tiger Management/ founder, CEO

Where He’s Played: Deepdale Golf Club, Piping Rock Club, National Golf Links of America, Sebonack Golf Club and Shinnecock Hills.

Last Golf Outing: September 2015


Kenneth Langone (Handicap: 19.2)

Firm/Title: Invemed Associates

Where He’s Played: Deepdale Golf Club, Sands Point Golf Club, Jupiter Hills Golf Club, and Wade Hampton Golf Club. 

Last Golf Outing: March 2016


David Tepper (Handicap: 18.9)

Firm/Title: Appaloosa Management/founder

Where He’s Played: Crestmont Country Club and Lagorce Country Club

Last Golf Outing: August 2015

Source: GHIN

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