This page provides a short overview of the data you must submit in the stats section of the scorecard. We recommend that you do so each round for your stats to be accurate and comprehensive. In doing so, you’ll extract more useful information about your game.
Note: The symbol – – – indicates that you have not submitted any data. For example, if you did not get a penalty shot on a hole, you must select ‘0’ in the Penalty tile if you want statistics on penalties. Alternatively, the app won’t save any data.
Gross, Adjusted Gross and Net Scores
You must capture the gross score on each hole.
Fairway In Regulation (FIR)
The first tee shot coming to rest on a fairway of a par 4 or 5 hole is deemed an FIR.
Green In Regulation (GIR)
A player’s ball is deemed to have reached the GIR when on a:
- Par 3—a tee shot; or
- Par 4—the second (or better) shot; or
- Par 5—the third (or better) shot;
comes to rest on the green of the hole in play.
The number of putts played and recorded in Putts tile. If the ball is picked up, then record an estimate of the number of putts it would have taken to hole out, as recommended in the Rules of Golf
A Chip is a low approach shot played into the green, typically from 10 metres and closer. When playing such a shot, select Chip in the Approach tile.
A Pitch is a lofted approach shot played into the green, typically from 40 metres and closer. When playing such a shot, select Pitch in the Approach Tile.
A Sand is a shot played from a greenside bunker towards the green. When playing such a shot, select Sand in the Approach tile.
An Other is a shot that is neither a Pitch, Chip or Sand played towards the green (e.g., a putt from off the green). When playing such a shot, select Other in the Approach Tile.
Any penalty shots (as defined by the Rules of Golf) must be captured here.
Note: If no penalty shots were incurred, you must select a 0.