I'm heading to the same indoor facility tomorrow afternoon to film my swing again (with both driver and irons), but in the meantime I figured it might be interesting to post a couple statistics of mine throughout the high school tournament "post-season" (I purged all my data before the regional tournament and restarted using the regional tournament and the state tournament plus practice rounds).
Fairways: 58% Hit, 26% left, 15% right
Greens in Regulation: 60% hit (I don't have a nGIR stat though, using Golfshot to track these)
Sand Saves: 40%
Putting: 1.88 per hole, 2.22 per GIR (this stat was inflated a bit due to the slippery slopes of the greens at the state tournament, but those greens highlighted a weakness for me)
Over the rounds I had 0% eagles, 13% birdies, 54% pars, and 33% bogies.
Par fives played easiest for me, averaging out as a par over the rounds, with par 3's being the hardest with an average of 3.4 strokes per par 3 and 4.2 per par 4. In these rounds I had a scoring average of 75.75 on the two par 72 courses. Putting and scrambling likely played a large role (with the former hurting the latter as well) in why my scores were above par. Even just making 2 more up and down's per round and one more birdie putt would get me to around even par. 60% GIR is nothing that to complain about, but I would ideally like to improve it since the courses I play are easy compared to what pros play (state played 7100 yards, regionals at around 6800). My wedge game (both full swings from the fairway and partial swings around the green) could be improved quite a bit since a majority of my approach shots on par 4's and 5's were played from inside of 150 yards. Working on those two things, in conjunction with putting (which is slightly problematic for me since the nearest course has green that only roll around a 7 or 8, compared to most of the RMJGT and CJGA tournaments being closer to 10 or 11) should at least help me reduce scores. The number of fairways I hit is reasonable since the rough is a non-factor at every course I've played thus far as long as you're not more than a dozen yards off the beaten track, making it completely worthwhile to go for a longer drive as opposed to an accurate one (honestly the rough can be more desirable sometimes as the ball will land and stick instead of rolling back a couple yards when it lands).
This is just what I can see from this data, but I wish I could know the percentage of GIR a PGA tour player would hit from 125-150 yards (the current data on the PGA Tour website is skewed since it's only through a couple events, the leader is at 100% currently).
Just for a reference round, this is my scorecard from the regional tournament. It's an odd one, but it's the only one that Golfshot has uploaded so I can access it on my computer so far so it's all I have right now. The date is off, but that's because it has the date that the scorecard was uploaded instead of the date I entered it (I entered my tournament rounds the afternoon that I played them, since they frown upon electronic device usage during tournaments).