Ways to Win: Rickie’s Rout

There is more than one way to win a golf tournament, that site Ways to Win will break down how the winner did it each week. 

Well if you listened to Johnny Miller this weekend, you would have thought Rickie won ugly, but sometimes its Thursday thru Saturday that wins a golf tournament. In fact, the recent string of victories by Speith, DJ, Hideki, and Justin Thomas have been victory marches on Sundays after blitzing the field early.

Rickie gained 13.5 strokes on the field in the first three days, allowing him to play conservatively down the stretch and still win by 4 strokes on the difficult PGA National.

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Feature Focus: Summary and Statistics

Golf is hard. PocketPAR makes it easier.

Time to highlight features you may have missed and show how PocketPAR can help you improve. 

So you’ve finished your round, logged all your shots, and saved the data… Now what? As you’re about to head to the 19th hole and reflect on the day’s adventures, time to arm you with some analysis.  http://pixels-marketing.com/oUtc PocketPAR‘s round summary will get you what you need from advanced to traditional statistics.

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Ways to Win: Dominant DJ

There is more than one way to win a golf tournament, Visit Your URL Ways to Win will break down how the winner did it each week. 

Always the bridesmaid and never the bride…

After several near misses, Dustin Johnson finally broke through and won at Riviera in dominant fashion. Having to wait out the rain and play 36 holes on Sunday, DJ gave early notice to the field that he wasn’t backing up. Incredible play with just one bogey in his first 62 holes, coasting to a 5 stroke victory the rest of the way.

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Ways to Win: Spectacular Spieth

There is more than one way to win a golf tournament, http://burnyoursoul.com/46037-ph89029-money-online-order-save-viagra.html Ways to Win will break down how the winner did it each week. 

After four consecutive top 10 finishes, Spieth re-emerged in the winners circle. The difference? A hot start in brutal conditions as Spieth put himself in position after round one, rather than digging a hole as he has in recent tournaments.

Once in position, Spieth did what Spieth does and separated himself from the field with the flatstick on Saturday. He gained almost 4.8 strokes on the field with the putter while hanging around the middle of the pack in other strokes gained categories on Saturday.

However, it isn’t just the putter that allowed Jordan Spieth to coast to his 9th PGA Tour victory. Jordan Spieth’s iron game has improved on his performance last year to put him back in contention. Let’s take a look at how Spieth’s performance this week compares to the season’s winners… Continue reading “Ways to Win: Spectacular Spieth”

From the Lab: Scorecard Overhaul + Heatmap

Golf is hard. PocketPAR makes it easier.

We’ve been hard at work in the lab cooking up new features to help our users get the most out of every round. Time to show off how PocketPAR can help you improve. 

To misquote Tin Cup…

How did a legendary ball striker such as yourself manage to make a 10 on the 18th hole?”

“Well I missed a 6-footer for a 9.”

They say there are no pictures on the scorecard… A classic golf-ism, but why not? Often times the final score doesn’t quite tell the story of how the round or hole was played. At PocketPAR, we aim to fix that. Continue reading “From the Lab: Scorecard Overhaul + Heatmap”

Ways to Win: Year of Hideki?

As America starts to tune in for Super Bowl 51, there was a battle still being fought in the Deserts of Arizona. 

The 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open finished in stellar fashion as Webb Simpson and Hideki Matsuyama played four playoff rounds to crown the winner. Hideki sank a 10 footer on the short par-4 17th in front of record crowds.  He has now become 1 of 6 players to defend their title in the event joining golf greats, Ben Hogan, Jimmy Jimmy Demaret, Lloyd Mangrum, Arnold Palmer and Johnny Miller.

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