Strokes gained is often reported as an aggregate by shot type. The PGA tour presents strokes gained data in four different categories: off the tee, approach the green, around the green and putting.
That is the best way to know what parts of your game need improvement, but we know that strokes gained is calculated for each and every shot (head to our calculator if you want to know how this works).
What if we wanted to see how many strokes we gained (or lost) with each shot? How many strokes did I gain with that 3W from the fairway that landed next to the pin?
Golfity can show you strokes gained per individual shot, check out the image in this post. As you can see, the tee shot on the second hole was bad (lost 0.54 strokes), while the second shot on the fourth hole, from the rough gained 0.12 strokes.
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