Stroke Statistics
In case you entered the Stroke Details, you can also access the Stroke Statistics:

For each Club or Group of Clubs (e.g. Long Irons, Short Irons, ...) you can see absolutely and relatively how often your Shot landed where and how many strokes you made using this Club or Group of Clubs. The landings are shown as well in a colored Bar and Pie Chart.
Additionally you can graphically see how often your Ball landed left or right, short or long of the position you aimed at. The more you landed your ball within one of these 'Zones', the darker the Zone is drawn. So it is very easy to see if you have tendencies to Push or Pull, Hook or Slice with a certain Club or if you tend to leave your Putts short or long or push or pull them.

This is one of the most significant information one needs to understand, why scores are not scratch.

In case you entered the the Lengths of your Putts, you are rewarded by great Statistics on your Putting:

You see the Percentage of Putts holed in depending on the Length of your Putts, the Percentage of the Length of the First Put you had to make on a Hole to judge the Quality of your Approaches and, last but not least, the average number of Putts per Hole grouped by Par of the Hole and Length of the first Put.

As Putts are almost half of the Shots you do on a Round, this Stats will help you to lower your Scores dramatically as you will understand your weaknesses on the Green.

If you selected Shots to be Approaches, you can access great Statistics about your Short Game:

All of the Short Game Stats have in common that the analysis are broken down by Club used and Type of Approach (Pitch, Chip, Bunker, Texas Wedge). You can analyze either how you did with a dedicated Club or with a group of Clubs (e.g. Wedges, Short Irons, ...).

The first Stat shows you, how many Shots it took you to sink your Ball. One Shot would be a Chip-In, two Shots a Pitch and Putt and so on. Below the numbers you can see a horizontal Bar showing the relation between the one, two, three and so on number of Shots.

Using the second Stat, you can graphically see how often your Ball landed left or right, short or long of the position you aimed at. The more you landed your ball within one of these 'Zones', the darker the Zone is drawn.

In the Example on the Left you can see, that the Player has more problems with the Distances rather than with the Direction. If there is a directional issue, its the Chips going to the right - maybe closing the Clubface would help.

These are the types of Analysis that make the Mobile Golf Scorerô the buddy to show you the weaknesses on your Game that make up the Strokes that you are missing to play the Handicap you ever wanted.

The third Statistic on the Approaches is how many times your Approach landed on the Green. This value is shown numerically as well as in a horizontal bar. 

The fourth Statistic is about how long the first Putt following the Approach was. You can set Putts to be Tap-Ins, Short, Middle or Long. You see the average length of the first Putt as well as, in the horizontal Bar, the relation between the different Putt lengths.

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