Easy to use strokes gained calculator, calculate the strokes gained for any of your shots
We know the concept of Strokes Gained can be daunting, but once you get it it is really intuitive and very helpful to understand your game.
One way to help you understand Strokes Gained is to play around with different lies and distances and calculate the strokes gained for the shot. We have created a strokes gained calculator that can be very useful for that.
You just have to enter the lie and distance from the starting location (from where you hit the shot) and the lie and distance where the ball landed and the calculator will give you the benchmark for each location and the resulting strokes gained.
Play around with the calculator and let us know what you think!
PS: we also have a Strokes Gained Putting calculator, check it out!
If you want to know if you are putting well, putts gained is the way to go and golfity will calculate your putts gained
"If you’re serious about getting to scratch, you should be using strokes gained analysis". That's what Sean Denning concludes in his blog, Par Machine.
If you want to get your strokes gained you can easily track your shots on a regular scorecard, just like Mike Carroll shows us.
What is putts gained and how do you calculate it? Read on to learn about the one and only metric to measure how well you are putting.