Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Cut Streak Stats/Chart added to Golf Predictor

We are happy to announce that we have added cut streak statistics to Golf Predictor. This enables you to see how many cuts in a row each participating golfer in a tournament has made. A new sortable "CS" column has been added to the "Tourn Predictions" page on the "Stats Analysis" menu (member section). A "Longest Cut Streaks" chart has been added to the same page to show the golfers with the longest cut streaks. The cut streak statistic has also been added to the "Prediction Data" page for each golfer.

This is shown in the screenshot above for last week's US Masters. Clicking on the new chart link would tell you unsurprisingly that Tiger Woods had the longest cut streak of all the competitors. However, he shared top spot with Robert Allenby, who can overtake Woods if he makes the cut this week at the Verizon Heritage. The cut streak information and chart on the "Tourn Predictions" page is available for all tournaments from the 2009 Masters on. However, clicking on the "Prediction Data" page for any golfer for any previous tournament will display the length of his cut streak.

The new chart brings the total number of charts on the site up to 167. This new chart is only available to subscribers so sign up today to get the most out of Golf Predictor, the premier US & European PGA Tour statistics site.

1 comment:

Golf Predictor Guru! said...

Nowadays, players are deemed to have made the cut if they get paid. Therefore, stroke play tournaments that have no cut (e.g. The Tour Championship on the US PGA Tour) are counted in cut streaks.

We do not count match play events in the cut streak however.