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Old 04-17-2018, 11:19 AM
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How the heck do you calculate percentage of putts made?

I'm actually curious.
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Old 04-17-2018, 11:23 AM
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Words from The Champ Ken Climo...

Here are some general putting goals I’ve set up for any player: 15 footers – you need to hit every one. 20 footers you need to hit 80%. 25 footers – you need to hit more than half. And try and make at least half of your 30 footers. Make anything outside 30 feet and it’s a bonus whether you’re a pro or an am.

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Old 04-17-2018, 11:48 AM
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There is an android app for putting that shows your percentages from all distances. Mine drops significantly at 30 feet. I've always been told if you can conquer all 25 feet and less, not to worry too much about those 35+ ones. Make the ones you're supposed to make and take a few you're not.

Pure Putt 11 is the app, and honestly, I did design it. It offers 4 different game types or can be used just to record your attempts.
Does your app let you track the disc used and can the data be expoted? I do LEAN/Toyota Production System process improvement and I'm a really data focused person. It would be nice if it could be exported to run some analytics on.

I haven't been incorporating any 35 ft putts, but I figure that my 25 ft numbers are doing so well I might as well start working on increasing the number of 30 ft puts I practice and if the numbers increase I can then step it back to 35 ft and 40 ft.

Having a basket at home has been the real winner here. I've only been doing the very focused putting practice for a week, but the ability to put in 250 putts a night has been awesome. Sucks because it's still rainy where I live, but still quite enjoyable to be able to play daily.
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Old 04-17-2018, 01:15 PM
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Does your app let you track the disc used and can the data be exported? I do LEAN/Toyota Production System process improvement and I'm a really data focused person. It would be nice if it could be exported to run some analytics on.
It does export all data so it can be manipulated in a spreadsheet if desired.
Rounds are named so, I assume you could name rounds according to disc used in order to gauge discs.
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Old 04-17-2018, 03:16 PM
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Total made divided by total attempted multiplied by 100. I took 100 putts and made 75. 75/100 = .75, .75 x 100 equals 75%
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Old 04-17-2018, 03:34 PM
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I've gotten where I don't even attempt 35+ as I still gotta lot of work to do with anything less! My percentages drop soemwhere between 20 & 25 feet.

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