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7 Reddit comments about Every Shot Counts: Using the Revolutionary Strokes Gained Approach to Improve Your Golf Performance and Strategy:

u/Jat54 · 8 pointsr/golf

Check out the book Every Shot Counts to find out what part of your game to work on based on your skill level. The part of your game to get the most bang for your buck with the time you have.

u/Fairways_and_Greens · 4 pointsr/golf
  • It's not even my conclusion. Mark Broadie, the statistician that came up with the strokes gained measure has proved it with amateur data as well as PGA ShotLink laser. His book is a great read for any golf fan.
  • I know it's hard to let go of log head beliefs, but just step back and think about it. Think of your big scores you have. Are the from 4 or 5 putting? Or is it from hitting a ball or two OB? Getting in the woods and getting stuck?
  • Look at the data in the Tableau workbook. No one in the top 40 is a less than average ball striker. There are several in the top 40 that have less than average short game.
u/menevets · 3 pointsr/golf

Every Shot Counts

Lowest Score Wins

The Talent Code

Also Stan Utley's books as mentioned by others.

u/therock21 · 3 pointsr/golf

Here's a link to it.

https://www.amazon.com/Every-Shot-Counts-Revolutionary-Performance/dp/1592407501

I read it too, it really was very good.

u/i_miss_old_reddit · 1 pointr/golf

Yep. Find out where you lose strokes and that's what you work on.


https://smile.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/1592407501

u/somermike · 1 pointr/golf

So it sounds like your best bet for quickly dropping strokes will be to work on the driver and long irons.

Check out: http://www.amazon.com/Every-Shot-Counts-Revolutionary-Performance/dp/1592407501

It pretty much goes against conventional wisdom and uses data to back up the fact that being long off the tee and accurate with long approaches is more important for scoring than the 100 yards and in.

u/talkthattalk · 1 pointr/golf