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I thought this would be an interesting and useful thread. I'm curious how my stats compare to others, and in particular, how they compare to lower handicaps. For me, as a stat tracker, it would be a good way to see where I need to improve to get to lower handicaps.

So, anyways, I think the best way is to post your handicap, along with whatever stats. For me:

Handicap: 14.1

Average GIR: 8

Scrambling %: 13.1%

Putts per hole: 2.02

Putts per hole (last 10): 1.96

Putts per GIR: 2.2 (ugh)

Average score (last 10 rounds): 82.7

Par 3 avg (last 10 rounds): 3.86

Par 4 avg (last 10 rounds): 4.87

Par 5 avg (last 10 rounds): 5.29

Not going to post the all-time averages for me because it includes a lot of rounds not indicative of my current ability - not that I'm embarrassed by them; they're just less useful to me and others. I don't keep FIR, which I probably should.

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Great idea to see what u need work on but I've never done it. I just keep scorecard with score , fairways hit, greens hit, and putts. I write down my distance  with approach to green and putting distance so I know what yardages I need to work on more but that's it.

My index is <2 and if I were to guess going off of what you posted that my stats would look close to this

Handicap                   2

GIR                          12

Avg score last 10rds  75

Other than those I'd simply be guessing

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I keep all-time stats (353 rounds over 10 years) and then stats for only those rounds that contribute to my handicap (so best 10 of last 20). Here are the stats from the latter with all-time in ( ):

Handicap: 9.3

Average GIR: 6.4 (5.18)

Putts per hole: 1.73 (1.83)

Putts per GIR: 1.92 (2.08)

Average score: 82.1 (89.88)

Par 3 avg: 3.66 (3.84)

Par 4 avg: 4.69 (5.08)

Par 5 avg: 5.18 (5.99)

Fairways: 41% (38%)

Birdies: 1.6 (.76)

Pars: 7.3 (5.93)

Bogies: 6.8 (6.52)

Double Bogies: 1.6 (2.99)

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This Year (2013):
Handicap: 9.2
Scoring average: 82.2
46% Fairways
1.75 Putts per hole
31.7% GIR
3.50 Score on Par 3s
4.66 Score on Par 4s
5.37 Score on Par 5s
31.4% GIR on Par 3s
26.7% GIR on Par 4s
49.5% GIR on Par 5s
14 Birdies
238 Pars
254 Bogies
34 Double Bogeys +

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