Every Shot Counts: Using the Revolutionary Strokes Gained Approach to Improve Your Golf Performance and Strategy

September 28, 2019 - Comment

Title: Every Shot Counts( Using the Revolutionary Strokes Gained Approach to Improve Your Golf Performance and Strategy) Binding: Hardcover Author: MarkBroadie Publisher: GothamBooks

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Title: Every Shot Counts( Using the Revolutionary Strokes Gained Approach to Improve Your Golf Performance and Strategy) Binding: Hardcover Author: MarkBroadie Publisher: GothamBooks

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Anonymous says:

A classic. The best investment I’ve ever made in understanding golf. The author, Mark Broadie, as well as being a keen golfer playing off a handicap of 4 is also Professor of Business at Columbia Business School. He developed the ‘Shots Gained’ system as utilised by the PGA Tour and television.Broadie has taken the raw data of 4 million golf shots, recorded by the Shotlink system, on the PGA Tour between 2003 and 2012. Shotlink, if you’re not familiar with it, records every shot played on the PGA Tour to an accuracy of 1 yard on the fairway and 1…

Anonymous says:

A Great Way to Measure Reality Against Golf Myth – a Mind Changer. An absolute must if you are trying to play golf at the highest levels. (However I did find the original work the author did as a PDF online and for those who want to get the basics down, Marks dissertation might be a good option.) I bought this when it first came out so had to pick up some corrections online and write them into the book – some tables were misplaced or the numbers were wrong. But the book covers all sorts of interesting aspects of scoring – whether to go long and risk hitting…

Anonymous says:

Golf strategy backed up by evidence I will start by saying I love maths. So for me this book was great. My golf app that I use during a round provides ‘shots gained’ feedback. Now finally I understand where they get the figures from. It has certainly altered the way I play a course. For example yesterday using his analysis rather than aiming for the centre of the green I aimed over the bunkers. My colleague told me that I should have aimed for the centre to avoid bunkers. For me statistically the out of bounds to the left was a…

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