This shows a player's performance in four key categories: Driving, Approach Shots, Short Game, and Putting.
- Driving: All tee shots on Par 4s and 5s
- Approach Shots: All shots >75 yards and not included in driving
- Short Game: All shots
- Putting: All shots from the green
The number represents strokes gained / lost when compared to the performance of the average PGA Tour pro. Therefore, -3.8 Driving implies that the player loses 3.8 strokes per round compared to the performance of a tour pro. A positive number would indicate gaining strokes on the PGA Tour pro.
The data is then normalized to the individual player in order to show which areas are strengths or weaknesses for that golfer. For example, despite losing 1.9 strokes in short game to the average Tour Pro, short game is the strongest part of this player's game.
This shows the player's performance on approach shots.
Approach shots are all shots >75 yards, excluding tee shots on par 4s and 5s and shots from 'Recovery' lies.
Percentages indicate how often approach shots are missed in each direction as well as how many successfully hit the Green in Regulation (GIR).
The average end proximity of all approach shots is also indicated.
This table indicates strokes gained / lost by category as well as the impact on your overall game.
Impact indicates the correlation between a given category of strokes gained and score. The closer the number to 1 (or -1) the more impact that category has on overall score. In the data shown, approach shots have the largest impact on overall score (excluding Tee2Green).
Tee2Green indicates strokes gained on all shots not from the 'Green'.
This table shows scoring summary data for selected rounds. Percentages are shown for each type of par (3, 4, and 5) and for each type of score (birdie, par, bogey, etc.).
Average score are shown for each par as well. 'In' indicates totals for each of the listed categories.
Total number of holes played in selection is also shown in the summary label at the top of the view.