Strokes Gained Stats Now Available To You!
Log Your Stroke
Note the distance to hole and lie type for both your beginning and ending stroke. Data can be entered while you play or through the website, whenever it is most convenient for you.
Track Your Progress
Track the progress of your golf game. See how you are performing from the tee box, on the fairway, or while putting.
Improve Your Game
Strokes gained statistics let you to see what areas of your game having the greatest impact on your overall score. Focus your efforts and drop strokes from your golf score!
Access Valuable Strokes Gained Data About Your Golf Game
The My Strokes Gained page is the heart of the website, presenting your personal strokes gained statistics profile in the form of easy-to-read, well-designed graphs.
Get a detailed view of every aspect of your golf game. See how you are doing from the tee box, from the fairway, or while putting. Drill down further and get strokes gained data broken out by distance.
- Tee box (driving) in 50-yard increments.
- Putting in 1-foot increments up to 10 feet and to 5-foot beyond 10 feet.
- All other distances in 10-yard increments.
Track your progress throughout the season. Get round by round as well as 5 round averages on a per stroke or per round basis!
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What is Strokes Gained?
Traditional golf statistics have very limited ability to measure game performance. The winner in golf is determined by the least strokes taken – the unit of measurement is strokes. Newly developed Strokes Gained statistics, now used by the PGA Tour to measure “strokes gained putting”, gives golfers the ability to measure their performance in terms of the most important measurement in the game – strokes. And it works not only for putting, but applies to every aspect of your golf game from tee to green as well.
“Strokes gained” is a relatively new term in the world of golf statistics. Since its partial implementation on the PGA Tour in 2011 with the “Strokes Gained Putting” stat, much has been written on the topic. Still it is recognized by few, and even among those who have heard of it, few really understand its power, simplicity, and elegance. At Strokes Gained Golf (SGG) we believe that in the next few years strokes gained analysis will revolutionize the world of golf, change the way PGA Tour players understand their game, change the way golfers are ranked in various categories, and change the way golf is talked about in the media. It is the goal of Strokes Gained Golf to enable the amateur golfer to take advantage of many of the benefits this new statistic can bring to every golfer’s game.
Because strokes gained is so new, these pages are offered to explain and educate the typical golfer about how it developed, what it is, and how it can be implemented to the advantage of any golfer who is interested in measuring their own game with this powerful new tool. We hope you will find the following informative and useful, and that the potential of strokes gained analysis applied to your own game will excite you as much as it does us. Welcome to SGG, where amateur golf statistics are being revolutionized.