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I like the new features, it would be great if users had the ability to change the back round shades/colors of the graphs.
I really like the comparison selections which give the user options in comparing various rounds or single rounds. 

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8 hours ago, Club Rat said:

 

I like the new features, it would be great if users had the ability to change the back round shades/colors of the graphs.
I really like the comparison selections which give the user options in comparing various rounds or single rounds. 

 

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Took a while to understand that I was comparing two things rather than just one thing to a benchmark (I was looking at last 3 rounds against last 5 rounds for a while and the numbers confused me!).  Also which one is blue and which is grey (adding a color key to the first panel would help with that).  But overall I quite like it.

I'd also like to see some of the actual shot numbers beneath the percentages (maybe a toggle to switch between).  

@iacasI noticed that on my stats page off the tee the scratch golfer is 53%:24%:21% - so that means missing left more than hitting the fairway?  I thought this might be a bug but looking at your last 3 rounds stats you have a similar pattern.  If you look at all your rounds do you still have that pattern?  I am just surprised if that means a scratch golfer is only hitting fairway 24% of the time.

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4 hours ago, ZappyAd said:

Took a while to understand that I was comparing two things rather than just one thing to a benchmark (I was looking at last 3 rounds against last 5 rounds for a while and the numbers confused me!).  Also which one is blue and which is grey (adding a color key to the first panel would help with that).

Which is blue and which is grey is explained above, and… there is a color key. In my images, "last round" is blue and corresponds to the blue bars. Same for grey.

4 hours ago, ZappyAd said:

I'd also like to see some of the actual shot numbers beneath the percentages (maybe a toggle to switch between).  

I noted that in the other thread, and had suggested it to them. Actually, sorry, I noted it in this topic, in the first post. Yes, that would be nice.

4 hours ago, ZappyAd said:

I noticed that on my stats page off the tee the scratch golfer is 53%:24%:21% - so that means missing left more than hitting the fairway?  I thought this might be a bug but looking at your last 3 rounds stats you have a similar pattern.  If you look at all your rounds do you still have that pattern?  I am just surprised if that means a scratch golfer is only hitting fairway 24% of the time.

I get the same sort of information. I'll ask them about it. It wouldn't surprise me, but 24% seems a little low, yeah.

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27 minutes ago, iacas said:

I get the same sort of information. I'll ask them about it. It wouldn't surprise me, but 24% seems a little low, yeah.

The Benchmark stratch numbers don't match up with the new insight numbers.

Still like that feature though.benchmark.thumb.JPG.a15307464f34f7e806ea82caa26c8eca.JPG

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5 minutes ago, coachjimsc said:

The Benchmark stratch numbers don't match up with the new insight numbers.

Still like that feature though.benchmark.thumb.JPG.a15307464f34f7e806ea82caa26c8eca.JPG

Hmmm, the 53% is there, though. Maybe they actually mean fairway 53%, left 24%, right 21%? (Which still isn't 100%.)

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10 hours ago, iacas said:

Hmmm, the 53% is there, though. Maybe they actually mean fairway 53%, left 24%, right 21%? (Which still isn't 100%.)

This has been fixed.

53% is hitting the fairway, with 21% left and 24% right.

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Thanks for explaining this @iacas. It would have taken me some time to understand some of this on my own.

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