Doesn't matter, you say most putts not all, meaning you can have a few par saves from close range, lets say 3, the rest you two putt. That is just under 1.88 putts per hole. So even by your game, it can be skewed by a few good short game shots. What is you chip in once, that's a no putt. Detail must be there if you want to analyze your game.
Details are important, I agree, so here comes:
So far, chip-ins have only occurred during practice, never on course.
Got very close a few times, only for the ball to roll out 5 yards or more, leaving me with +15 feet again!
Even (and especially) if my approach-shot is from within 40-50 yards, I usually mess it up (the stress??), hitting the green at 20 feet or more from the hole (very common for me).
What do you call close range?
For me, that's at least within 9 feet, if not 6.
Having a first put from within 9 feet is vary rare for me.
When I do have a short first put (within 6 feet is short for me), I often 1-putt, but as I said, it's very rare for me to have a first putt that's so short.
So far, on average, I think it has occurred once every 2 rounds of 9 holes (just to give you an idea).
Since I usually play 9 holes and not 18, having 3 par-saves in 1 round is extremely rare.
Hell, I think it happened only once that I played par on 3 holes in 1 round!
That's how bad the rest of my game is at the moment, except for my driving, that's getting pretty decent.
As said before: my main problem is the transfer of my range results to the course.
When I play the course, I'm often so stressed that I mess up the easiest of approach shots.
I think that may be the most important thing for me to deal with at the moment.