Ben Hogan said, “This is a game of misses. The guy who misses the best is going to win.” To that end, golf is a game of mistakes, both physical and mental, and sometimes the path to shooting lower scores is finding a way to miss better and hopefully less often.
With that, Shot Scope, a performance tracking and analytics company, gleaned its database of 30+ million shots, consolidated the information and generated a list of The Top Ten Strategy Mistakes you’re probably making (and what you can do to remedy the situation).
- Why letting your 3-wood sit in the corner and gather dust might not be a bad idea.
- Why carrying your clubs might be hurting your score.
- Why you don’t get putts to the hole as often as you should.
- Why golfers miss most greens short and to the right of the target.
In case you missed it, Shot Scope’s first FREE E-Book, “The Ultimate Golfer’s Guide.” provides a series of anecdotes and helpful tips in four key performance areas: Tee Shots, Approaches, Short Game and Putting.
All of Shot Scope’s user data comes from shots recorded on the V2 platform which hit the market mid-2017 and continues to be one of the best golf analytics packages available.
Now the question is how mainstream can performance tracking become in 2020?