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#31 Can Break 80

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Posted 18 June 2017 - 11:03 PM

Its probably one of the more important 'paralysis by analysis' stats thats my Goal to get them diwn
Post in here hiw many timed you dont get up and diwn im committed and will post my stats from tomorrowvwaets and all

 

a good stat to record and use to measure improvement is "shots taken inside 50m" including putts

 

then measure your game in 2 parts

 

1) how many shots from tee to 50m radius from hole, measures your ball hitting

 

2) how many shots inside 50m measures your scoring.


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Posted 29 June 2017 - 02:48 PM

a good stat to record and use to measure improvement is "shots taken inside 50m" including putts

 

then measure your game in 2 parts

 

1) how many shots from tee to 50m radius from hole, measures your ball hitting

 

2) how many shots inside 50m measures your scoring.

3 in each on a par 4 is good right?


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Posted 29 June 2017 - 03:01 PM

I really like the idea of these, and many other stats. But, TBH, I'm now putting more focus n mental effort into actually thinking about the shot now, and only that shot, and executing that shot as best I can.

I have one stat per hole now that I record. Total shots. Period.

I'm not even adding them up as I go along, or making any mental note of where I stand, either against par, personal par, or playing group.

I think this is a key for my better on course outcomes.

After round, next day, yeah, I'll look at the over par scores and try to recall why. But, I'm not focused on stats so much these days. Just the score, total score and how many over par at the end of the round.

It's my new minimalist approach.
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Posted 30 June 2017 - 07:56 AM

Sounds like the way to play to me ....... there is enough to consider as we play the game without trying to keep track of the score, that's what our markers are paid so handsomely for.

 

Post round and we don't need an actual number to tell us which part of our games let us down .... we should know that already without a number. :)


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Posted 30 June 2017 - 08:08 AM

I really like the idea of these, and many other stats. But, TBH, I'm now putting more focus n mental effort into actually thinking about the shot now, and only that shot, and executing that shot as best I can.

I have one stat per hole now that I record. Total shots. Period.

I'm not even adding them up as I go along, or making any mental note of where I stand, either against par, personal par, or playing group.

I think this is a key for my better on course outcomes.

After round, next day, yeah, I'll look at the over par scores and try to recall why. But, I'm not focused on stats so much these days. Just the score, total score and how many over par at the end of the round.

It's my new minimalist approach.


Fantastic, this personal par rubbish buggers people up. A playing lesson from a pro teaching course management is much more logical. Plus 86% of stats are made up :)
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Posted 30 June 2017 - 08:25 AM

I always keep all of my stats during the game, things like fairways hit, putts, scrambling that sort of stuff but I will only count the good ones and ignore the bad ones.

 

For example, if I hit driver 10 times during a round but only liked 7 of them, my stats will reflect that I hit 7 out of 7 drives.

and I ignore it if I happen to have a 3 putt and just say that I putted well.

Scrambling is a good one. I just say I got up and down from all of the ones that I did get up and down from. 

That way, I just say that I have done well and there aren't any stats to tell me I didn't so I know I have done well 


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Posted 30 June 2017 - 10:21 AM

Fantastic, this personal par rubbish buggers people up. A playing lesson from a pro teaching course management is much more logical. Plus 86% of stats are made up :)

20% of the time!

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Posted 30 June 2017 - 12:06 PM

I always keep all of my stats during the game, things like fairways hit, putts, scrambling that sort of stuff but I will only count the good ones and ignore the bad ones.

For example, if I hit driver 10 times during a round but only liked 7 of them, my stats will reflect that I hit 7 out of 7 drives.
and I ignore it if I happen to have a 3 putt and just say that I putted well.
Scrambling is a good one. I just say I got up and down from all of the ones that I did get up and down from.
That way, I just say that I have done well and there aren't any stats to tell me I didn't so I know I have done well


So, basically its lies, damn lies and statistics?

Cool.
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