If there’s a common binding thread among golfers, it’s the never-ending quest for improvement. No one shows up to the course hoping to play worse, hit it shorter or record the most three putts ever.
But mountains of information often serve to confuse rather than clarify. It’s one of the reasons individual performance tracking and stat management systems continue to increase in popularity.
Data in golf are ubiquitous. Finding applicable information is more elusive.
To the latter point, Shot Scope, a performance tracking and analytics company, has analyzed its database of more than 30 million shots, consolidated the information and generated a third free e-book, “How To Use Data to Improve.”
In the e-book, Shot Scope presents seven case studies focusing on topics such as:
- The anatomy of a three-putt.
- Where are the real deficiencies in my short game?
- Do I really need a new $500 driver?
In case you missed them, Shot Scope’s first two FREE e-books are included in this link. The first compilation provides a series of anecdotes and helpful tips in four key performance areas: tee shots, approaches, short game and putting. The second focuses on the top 10 course strategy mistakes you’re likely making.
All of Shot Scope’s user data come from shots recorded on the V2 platform which hit the market in 2017 and continues to be one of the best golf analytics packages available.
Which of the case studies applied to your game? What others would you like to see us explore?
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