November 22, 2021 at 01:20 PM
What kind of stat tracking do you guys do/use. I've just got a game golf. I used to just have a rough idea of yardages but that was it, I didn't really track any stats. Did you find your game improved once you started tracking?
MRoseskiPalm Harbor, FL
Darryl MWichita, KS
Scott C.Irvine, CA
January 05, 2022 at 02:33 PM
One stat I like to track for tee shots is if my tee shot allows for a shot at the green (meaning it is still in play and not obstructed or in a hazard). Even if a tee shot is not in the fairway does not necessarily mean it was a bad shot. For those who have used Decade Golf you learn that sometimes a missed fairway is because your tee shot was off a bit but also you were avoiding a potential hazard. So track your FIR and also your tee shot in play.
Felipe PMelbourne, VIC
Eric HRidgway, PA
Paul Talpharetta, GA
Abdon MNorthern California (because it's a big state)
March 27, 2022 at 10:44 AM
I was thinking of shot scope but have game golf at the mo so it's justifying paying out
Robert JGrafton, Oh
N Anthony SVirginia Beach, VA
John MAsheville, North Carolina
Lawrence WLake Clake Shores, FL
March 22, 2022 at 02:44 AM
write down the length of your first putt on every hole, doesn't matter if it is for birdie or bogey. See how many times you had a first putt under 10 ft and what was your make % - i would say a good make % would be 70% or higher and for the holes you had a first putt longer than 10 ft. keep your average putts at 2. Anything below 2 on the 10ft+ putts or higher than 70% on the under 10ft is a good day.
Bryan C.Dallas, TX
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?