How to Track Fairways Hit and Greens in Regulation
As a golfer, you know that keeping track of your performance is essential for improving your game. It helps you identify the areas you need to work on, and track your progress over time.
With 18Birdies, tracking your golf performance has never been easier. 18Birdies offers many ways to keep a complete record of your scores and statistics, so you can gain a better understanding of your tee shot and approach shot performance. In this guide, we will show you how to track your fairways hit and greens in regulation using 18Birdies, and explain why doing so is crucial for improving your game.
So let's get started!
How to Track Fairways Hit
- Tap the X next to Fairway Hit, to indicate your tee shot missed the fairway.
- Select Miss Left, Short, or Right.
By tracking these Fairways Hit statistics, you will gain a better understanding of your tee shot performance. This will help you identify the areas you need to improve.
How to Track Greens in Regulation
- Tap the X next to Green in Regulation, to indicate your approach shot missed the green.
- Select Miss Left, Long, Right, Short, or No Chance to Hit Green.
How to View your Fairways Hit and Greens in Regulation data in 18Birdies
To see your Fairway/Greens hit directional data for a specific round, please try this
- Open the app and tap Me on the bottom menu.
- Tap Rounds (below your profile image).
- Find & tap the round to open the Round Summary,
- Tap More Stats.
- Tap Fairways Hit or GIR to open the directional chart.
You can see similar charts for longer periods of time by trying this:
- Open the app and tap Me.
- Tap More Stats.
- Scroll down and tap Fairways Hit or GIR
Why is tracking your golf stats important?
Tracking your performance can be a game-changer when it comes to improving your skills. With 18Birdies, you have access to a wealth of data that you can use to make informed decisions about your game and take your performance to the next level.
Here are some tips and suggestions on how to use this data:
Identify areas of weakness
Look at the data to see which aspects of your game need improvement. For example, if you're consistently missing fairways, you might need to work on your accuracy off the tee.
Once you've identified areas of weakness, set goals for yourself. Use the data to track your progress and see how you're improving over time.
Analyze your game
Use the data to analyze your game and identify patterns. For example, if you're consistently hitting short on approach shots, you might need to work on your distance control.
Adjust your strategy
Use the data to adjust your strategy on the course. For example, if you're consistently hitting short on approach shots, you might need to club up to ensure you reach the green.
Learn from your mistakes
Use the data to learn from your mistakes. If you're consistently missing putts to the right, for example, you might need to work on your alignment or stroke