Golf Analytics Decoded2019-01-08T09:23:58+00:00

Golf Analytics: Decoded

Making sense of golf performance data

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Thomas Petersson

703 Golf Stats.

703. After our latest update, this is the total number of statistical variables that Anova.Golf is currently tracking. You might be asking yourself something like: “Do I really need this

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Golf Statistics
Thomas Petersson

Driving Distance

📈Stat of the day📈 Driving Distance Today we are looking more closely at the ‘Driving Distance’ statistic. It simply measures how far you hit your tee shot. In Anova, this

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Golf Statistics
Thomas Petersson

Distance from edge of Fairway

Distance from Edge of Fairway 📈Stat of the day📈 Distance from Edge of Fairway Today we are looking at the stat called ‘Distance from Edge of Fairway’. It is a

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Golf Statistics
Thomas Petersson

Good Drive Percentage

Good Drive Percentage 📈 Stat of the Day 📈 In today’s ‘Stat of the Day’ segment, we are looking at ‘Good Drive Percentage’. It is defined as : “On Par

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Golf Statistics
Thomas Petersson

Fairway Bunker Tendency

Fairway Bunker Tendency 📈 Stat of the Day 📈 Today we look more closely at Fairway Bunker Tendency. This statistic counts the number of times a tee shot on a

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Golf Statistics
Thomas Petersson

Rough Tendency

Rough Tendency In today’s installment of our ‘Stat of the day’ feature, we are focusing on ‘Rough Tendency’. It is an ‘Off the Tee’ statistic that measures how many percent

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Golf Statistics
Thomas Petersson

Driving Accuracy

Driving Accuracy Driving accuracy is defined as “The percentage of time a tee shot comes to rest in the fairway (regardless of club)”.  It is a binary statistic, meaning that

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Thomas Petersson

Thomas Petersson

Thomas is a professional golfer and has played events on the European Tour, Web.Com Tour, Asian Tour, PGA Tour of Australasia as well as on PGA Tour China/Canada/Latinoamerica. He built Anova.Golf when no existing products could answer his detailed performance questions. The resulting information from Anova was astonishing: what he thought of as his biggest strength ended up being his biggest weakness.

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