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What is Golf sticky stats?


What is Golf sticky stats?


 

Golf Sticky Stats is a stats score sheet that sticks directly on to your scorecard. It is the easiest way to track the most basic and important stats as you play a round of golf. No need to pull your phone out after every hole to record your shots into an app. No more fiddling around with clunky scorebooks. Just stick the Golf Sticky Stats sheet on your score card and you've got the extra room you need to keep track of the most important stats.

With a Golf Sticky Stats card you can keep track of:

  • Fairways In Regulation
  • Greens In Regulation
  • Up and Down percentage
  • Number of Putts
  • Penalty Strokes
  • Yardages
  • Specific clubs used for each shot
  • Other important stats as you see fit

Why should i keep track of my stats?


Why should i keep track of my stats?


Experts agree that the best way to figure out the areas you need help improving the most is by keeping track of your stats every round. That's how you discover the strengths and weaknesses in your game. For example, how often do you three putt? Are you more likely to miss your driver to the left or to the right? What percentage of the time that you miss the green do you get up and down for par? By keeping track of your stats over a period of time, you'll be able to diagnose your problems and better focus your practice efforts on fixing your specific problems.

 

Stats courtesy of pgatour.com/stats April 2017

How do i use golf sticky stats?


How do i use golf sticky stats?


As you complete each hole, use the Sticky Stat sheet to record each shot as follows:

  1. Fill in the FIR circle if your tee shot landed in the fairway. If you are playing a Par 3, you can cross this section off. Use the blank space to record the distance of your tee shot, club used or direction in which you missed the fairway.
  2. Fill in the GIR circle if your approach shot landed on the green. Again, use the blank space to record the distance to the flag, the club used or in which direction you missed the green.
  3. Use the Up & Down section if you missed the green on your approach and were still able to save par. If your approach landed on the green, you can cross this section out.
  4. Use the Putts column to record the number of putts you made on each hole.
  5. Record any penalty strokes
  6. Use the other section to record any other information about the hole you wish to remember.

At the end of the round you will easily be able to calculate the number of fairways hit, greens hit, up and down percentage, and total putts made for the whole round. With this information collected over a period of just a few rounds, you can easily figure out what your golf game's biggest strengths and weaknesses are and put together a plan to improve.