The Dashboard explained

The top numbers in the dashboard show your performance in the current year and in brackets those of the current month.

If there is no data in these periods, then it says N / A.

You can see your development in the performance trends. You can choose the period that you want to look at.

For the average score, your performance curve should point downwards as much as possible, since a low score is known to be better than a high one.

Your trend line at the Strokes Gained Stats should go up.

+ means that you will win strokes against your comparison group, - means that you will lose strokes.

We decided to show you the average value per hole so that your 9-hole rounds can also be taken into account.

The next section in the dashboard shows you your strengths and weaknesses.

The first graphic gives you an overview divided into the four areas (From TeeLong Game, Short Game and Putting.

If the bar is pointing downwards (your SGnumber is negative), then you got an area of your game where you had to improve.

The colors of the bars show you according to the traffic light system how things stand for the respective area. Green means that it is more of a strength of yours, yellow indicates that it is still okay, with red there is definitely a need for action.

Further you will be shown your development in the respective play areas.

The blue bars show you theSGValue (Total). So you can quickly see what proportion each area has in your overall performance.

If that irritates you, you can click on “Total” under the graphic and hide these bars.

You can find your current storage values under the trends.

The average score on PAR 3, 4 and 5 holes refers to the value above PAR. That means that in this example I play an average score of 3.21 on a PAR 3 - i.e. 0.21 over PAR.

The average number of the PARs and birdies also confuses because the values are so odd.

In this case you see that I almost play 10 Pars per round.

At the button of the dashboard you get our latest tutorial videos. 

Here you get some more tipps and tricks for using FORE easily.