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How to Use

If you are keen to lower your handicap then our stats tool is ideal for you; by using it you will learn where you are losing shots and which holes are your problematic ones. Armed with this information you will be in a position to understand your weaknesses and to work on them, resulting in lowering your golf handicap.

This sample card displays a card that has been entered in to our system. Stats entry can be done at the same time as entering your round details, or it can be done at a later date.

Drive on Fairway: enter a Y (Yes) in this box if your tee shot finished up on the fairway that you are playing, enter a N if it doesn't.

Penalty: if you take a penalty - i.e. 3 off the tee, drop from water hazard etc. - then the number of penalty shots should be entered here. If you take 3 off the then this counts as one penalty shot, as does taking a drop from a water hazard. If you had both on the one hole then you'd enter two penalty shots.

Putts: enter the number of putts taken, only include putts that are made if your ball is on the green.

Sand Saves: If your approach shot lands in a green-side bunker and you manage to play your bunker shot on to the green then sink the subsequent putt then you'd enter a Y (Yes) in this box, if you fail get out of the bunker and putt the next shot then you should enter a N (No) in this box.

Up 'n Downs: If your approach shot misses the green and you manage to chip on to the green and sink your putt then you'd enter a Y (Yes) in this box, otherwise you enter a N (No) to represent the failed effort.

Note: although Tour Players would only count Sand Saves and Up 'n Downs as successful if the result saves their Par this is probably too stringent for most Amateur players. Instead, you should consider these results as being successful or not if it saves your Nett Parr (i.e. Par + stroke allowance for that hole). You may, if you prefer, track this stat if your Sand Save or Up 'n Down was successful or not regardless of the resultant score. Whichever way you choose to do the key thing is to apply it consistently so that your stats are meaningful.


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