Tournament Golf Scores Tracker: For Golf Nerds
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Tournament Score Golf Tracker: For golf nerds who love the idea of using data points and science to improve their golf. For a limited time, it is FREE with our Golf Drills Practice Planner.
IF YOU’RE A NERD, YOU’LL LOVE KEEPING TRACK OF ALL YOUR TOURNAMENT SCORES
Dear fellow golf nerd,
I’m George Watts, and I’m a golf nerd.
Phew! I’m glad to have finally got that off my chest. I created the “Tournament Golf Scores Tracker” (excel document) to keep track of my scores for all the amateur tournaments I enter. I got the idea from my brother, Carl Watts, who used to be a Tour player on the European PGA Tour.
I’m very excited to be sharing it with you.
Warning! If you’re NOT a nerd, you will hate this product. But if you’re a fully-fledged, die-hard, glasses-wearing nerd (like me) you’re gonna love it.
BELOW ARE THE 3 EASY STEPS TO KEEPING TRACK OF YOUR TOURNAMENT SCORES…
OPEN THE EXCEL DOCUMENT
Step one is after you’ve played a tournament, to open up the excel document.
INPUT THE DATA
Step two is to input the 31 data points for the 18 holes you’ve just played.
The 31 Data Points:
- Date of the tournament
- Tournament name
- Course name
- Par for the course
- Score to par
- Fairways missed left
- Fairways missed right
- Fairways hit
- How many times you couldn’t get to the green
- Fairway hit percentage
- How many times you ended up short of the green
- How many times you ended up over the green
- How many times you finished left of the green
- How many times you fished right of the green
- How many greens you hit in regulation
- How many times you got up and down
- Up and down percentage
- Sand saves
- Sand save percentage
- Average putt distance in feet
- Total footage of putts holed
- Birdies made
- Pars made
- Bogies made
- Double bogies (or worse) made
You obviously don’t have to input all the data after every round. It’s up to you. The nerdier you are, the more data you’ll feel compelled to add.
TRACK THE RESULTS
Step three is to keep an eye on the data.
Once you’ve added the data (e.g. greens hit), the excel formula instantly provides your “greens in regulation” percentage (e.g. 77.78%).
Each of the 31 data points will be tracked over time (e.g. if you played four rounds of 82, 83, 80 and 79, the excel formula will automatically track that your average score is 81).
As an amateur, do I really need to track all those data points?
If you said this it can only mean one thing – you’re not a nerd! Only nerds will enjoy inputting 31 data points after every round of golf.
Did Nick Faldo like one of the golf drills on this site?
Yes! I was drinking a cup of just-made, piping hot tea at the time, and almost spilt it over my lap when I saw the retweet from Sir Nick Faldo’s Twitter account (see screenshot below). He retweeted our Nick Faldo Shot Nicknames Drill, which happens to be one of my favourite drills. It’s pure genius! Seriously. It’s a drill that takes effort, but the pay-off is huge. A truly great drill from the greatest British golfer of all time. Sir Nick Faldo also liked our One Club Challenge Run Drill.
Who was the Excel document created for?
Data loving nerds, like me.
Who is the Excel document NOT useful for?
The Excel document is utterly useless for anyone who isn’t a nerd. How do you know if you’re a nerd or not? If you’re a nerd, you’ll know. The memories of yourself studying while others played will be burned into your soul.
Will inputting the data improve my golf scores?
If you’re a nerd, you already know the answer. Yes, of course, it will improve your golf scores. The reason is that you’ll be using science instead of luck to improve. If, for example, your up and down percentage for the 12 rounds you played this year is 23%, you’ll know that your short game sucks, and you’ll take action (e.g. get lessons from your pro and purchase the Golf Drills Practice Planner).
Who created the Excel document?
What happens when I purchase?
Upon confirmation of your order, you will immediately be redirected to the Thank You page where you can access the excel document.
“YES, GEORGE I AM A FELLOW NERD AND WILL SPEND MANY HOURS ENJOYING INPUTTING DATA INTO YOUR SPREADSHEET. SO I’LL GET IT TODAY.
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P.S. I love chatting with my fellow golfing nerds, so if you have any questions please contact me.
P.P.S. For a limited time, the “Tournament Golf Score Tracker” is FREE with my Golf Drills Practice Planner.