Pretty much the same deal for me. From the white tees, the par 5s are fairly short at 478, 442, 444 and 523, but I can only plan on reaching the ninth hole (the second par 5) in two shots because of hazards. I have the distance to reach the other two sub-500 ones, but hazards prevent me from doing so.
For those same holes from the reds, the yardages are 345, 372, 397 and 465. I can definitely reach the first three in two shots, and probably the fourth because it plays downhill, so I think playing the par 5s aggressively is a good idea. I don’t think I’d make worse than five on any of them on a good day.
The par 3s can also be taken advantage of. From the white tees, they measure 140, 150, 165 and 157, the longest of which is a hybrid because it’s an all-carry approach (that’s also the same hole I birdied yesterday). From the reds, they are 109, 120, 134 and 94. The longest of those is a stock 9I for me, but it’s no more than a wedge on any of the others.
First off, welcome to TST! Lots of good info and discussion on this site.
Not necessarily. As @Club Rat mentioned, Game Golf does this data crunching. I used to use Game Golf, and switched over to Arccos about a year ago, and it also does SG comparisons. I can compare my game against pretty much any handicap over any number of rounds:
You’ll see this concept referred to here as near GIR (nGIR).
Is anyone still using GameGolf? I have the old classic but haven't used it since like 2017. I've explored the newer options, but I like the familiarity of GG and how you tag your own shots. I don't like the auto detect that others use. Anyway, I need some new tags, but before I buy some more, I wanted to see if you guys still use the GG product and the website. Do you have any issues with using the website--uploading rounds, editing where necessary, using the data, etc? Thanks