The Anova.Golf Blog
Making sense of golf performance data.
The Anova.Golf® Blog
Check back regularly for new and fresh content regarding golf statistics, golf performance, the best way to track your stats, how to get better at golf and how to lower your scores. We are passionate about helping you get better at golf, and are super excited that you want to join us as we deconstruct the world of golf analytics.
Why guess when you can measure?™
“A typical lesson in progress using Trackman and analyzing Anova Statistics”
Mark Pearson is a PGA Professional based in Leeds, United Kingdom. During the years, he has given over 30,000 lessons to players of all abilities, ranging from Tour Professionals to
The Tour Development Academy helps players reach their goals
This is the first post in our series detailing how high-performing players and coaches are using Anova to get better faster. In this blog post, we are introducing Nathan Leonhardt
Product Update: Brand New Player Dashboard
Today we are launching a series of product updates, beginning with a brand new product dashboard! At the top, we have 3 info boxes with your scoring average, last
Webinars for College Coaches
Over the summer, we are running demo webinars every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am Pacific Time. Join us for an inside the ropes look at how our platform works for
Product Updates – Reporting features for coaches
New Coach Reports Make It Easier To Find Information We have been hard at work in the past few months to bring you updated reporting functionality, and we are super
How Golf Stats Can Help Improve Your Game
Talking golf stats and improvement with GLT Golf A few weeks ago, our founder Thomas Petersson had the chance to be a podcast guest at the GLT Golf Podcast. You
New Feature: Player Reports
New player reports make it easy to track your monthly progress We are super excited to be able to share with you some cool new updates to our player functionality:
On Course vs Launch Monitor Driving Distance
Your on-course driving distance and your launch monitor driving distance are not the same thing. Golfers in general typically think that we ‘normally’ hit our clubs exactly as far as
Are your putts missing high or low?
It’s often very difficult to have an objective understanding of your tendencies on the course as we tend to get emotionally attached to our performances. Using objective information is key
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