Thursday, June 27, 2013

Keep Your Stats

Own Your Game!

Where you are now?  Keep stats for at least 180 holes of golf and average them.  Here is a great example of a stat sheet you can use.  
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Course:


Tees:


Date:



Conditions:




Entered stats sheet:



Hole # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T --Fold -- 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 T T
Gold - Par 4 4 5 3 4 4 3 4 4 35 --Line -- 4 5 4 5 4 3 4 3 5 37 72
Par (away)



















Blue - Par 5 4 5 3 4 4 3 4 4 36 5 4 4 5 3 4 3 4 4 36 72
Score Score
F-ways (L,R) F-ways
GIR (L,R,S,O,NC) GIR (L,R,S,O,NC)
        w/i 15 ft         w/i 15 ft
Putts # Putts #
Up/Down (Y/N) Up/Down (Y/N)
        Bunker U/D         Bunker U/D
Par 2 score Par 2 score
Penalties Penalties
Putts/GIR   Count after 9 or 18 by circling putts on holes w/ a check in GIR box

Putts/GIR








Birdies   Count after 9 or 18  totaling circles in score box



Birdies








Eagles   Count after 9 or 18  totaling circles in score box



Eagles








Others   Count after 9 or 18  totaling circles in score box



Others








Bounce-backs   Count after 9 or 18 by totaling BB's in score box after square holes

Bounce-backs








  --------------------------------------------------------Optional tear Line-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Optional Tear Line--------------------------------------------------------------------------






























Notes - not printed as part of  scorecard





















Sharpie or pencil thru par on course not playing; fold card in half for easier use; optional - can scissors or tear extra space on bottom of card










Will need a color printer to print colored portions of the scorecard


















Score - use circles and squares for birdies and bogeys (others) to allow easy bounce back calculations, birdie, eagles and others totals











F-ways box will be a check mark or indicate the miss (L,R)




















GIR (Greens) box will be a checkmark or indicate the miss(S,O,L,R,NC)
NC = no chance















Bounce backs counted as a BB in right hand corner of the score line following a boxed score on previous hole













Up and downs tracked by indicating a Y(converted) or N (not converted in Up/Dn line - total of Y and N equals total up/down opportunities










Same for w/i 15 feet category






















Easiest way to count putts/GIR is to circle or mark the check marks in GIR box then count putts on those holes













Par 2 score begins the moment player reaches 100 yards or inside 100 yards - keep separate score for all strokes within 100 yards (full swing, pitch, chip, bunker, putts)







Note: print in landscape mode on legal size paper





















Stat sheet compliments of Lance Patterson, Head Professional at Dallas Athletic Club

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