Strokes Gained - Strengths & Weaknesses

In this graphic you can identify your strengths and weaknesses. The red dots, i.e. the rashes to the left, are your weaknesses. Everything that is yellow is inconspicuous compared to your comparison group. The green dots represent your strengths.


The conclusion from this graph should be that you are trying to work on your weaknesses. This means that you (ideally in cooperation with your PGA professional) think about tasks and exercises that you regularly incorporate into your training.

But of course you should never neglect your strengths. A balanced training therefore always consists of content that you are already good at.


In any case, plan a spread of one-third “Optimizing weaknesses”, a third “Developing new skills” and a third “Repeating the basic principles”.