# 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?

For Players

### How to lower golf scores

How to lower golf scores Push your golf game to new heights systematically optimizing for on-course performance On the surface, it seems like an easy question to answer (just get

For Players

### What does up and down mean in golf?

Up and Downs Up and downs can be defined as the following: The percent of time a player misses the green, and takes 1 shot to hit the ball onto

For Players

### Greens Hit in Regulation: Pros and Cons

In golf statistics, GIR (Greens hit in Regulation) is defined as: The percent of time a player is able to hit a green in regulation (greens hit/holes played). A green

For Players

### What is a GIR in Golf?

What is a GIR in Golf? In golf statistics, GIR (Greens hit in Regulation) is defined as: The percent of time a player is able to hit a green in

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### How to Calculate GIR

How to calculate GIR In golf statistics, GIR (Greens hit in Regulation) is defined as: The percent of time a player is able to hit a green in regulation (greens

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### Scrambling

Scrambling In golf statistics, scrambling is defined as: The percent of time a player misses the green in regulation, but still makes par or better. Here are a few examples:

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### What is a scramble in golf

What is a scramble in golf? In golf statistics, scrambling is defined as: The percent of time a player misses the green in regulation, but still makes par or better.

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### Scrambling in Golf

In golf statistics, scrambling in golf is defined as: The percent of time a player misses the green in regulation, but still makes par or better. Here are a few

For Players

### Golf Scrambling

In golf statistics, golf scrambling is defined as: The percent of time a player misses the green in regulation, but still makes par or better. Here are a few examples:

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.