Have you wondered if the time spent practicing your putting has led to real improvement … or how your putting ability compares with a PGA TOUR professional golfer?
Simply counting putts per round does not accurately answer those questions due to variations in a golfer’s round-to-round approach and pitch/chip shot precision. Significantly, Strokes Gained: Putting, one of the primary putting statistics used by professional golfers on the PGA TOUR, normalizes for first-putt distance and, therefore, is independent of how well - or poorly - approach and pitch/chip shots are hit. As a result, Strokes Gained: Putting establishes reference values that can be used by any golfer for unbiased putting performance measurement.
Now amateur golfers can enter a new dimension in the modern statistical analysis of their putting by using TruPutt to calculate Strokes Gained: Putting values for each round … and subsequently to compare their round-to-round putting performances more accurately.