Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Historical Round Scores Table Added to 'Tournament Statistics (Rounds)' Page

2012 US Tour Season Scoring Records
Similar to the recent enhancement to the Results by Golfer page (and other pages), a  new 'Past Scoring Records' table has been added to the 'Tournament Statistics (Rounds)' page on Golf Predictor. A round averages table already existed on this page, but this has been amended to be more like the similar tables recently added to the site. The improvements include the addition the best/worst rounds (with pop-ups), the round counts and a column for round 5*. As shown in the screenshot above for the 2012 US PGA Tour, this new table shows the average score vs par and the average, best and worst rounds on the selected tour (European/US) in the selected GP season (since 2003). Similar to before, you can also hover over a round score to see more details. This is also shown above for the highest second round (and highest overall) score on the US PGA Tour in 2012 - an unfortunate 93 by Doug Wade in the US PGA Championship. 

This new enhancement differs from the similar table added to the 'Results by Golfer' page last week in the following ways:
  1. On this page, all rounds from the selected season are analysed. On the 'Results by Golfer' page, only the rounds played in the selected season by the selected golfer are used to generate the stats.
  2. As mentioned above, the table on this page also shows the average score vs par for the selected season as it was on the table it is replacing.
This new enhancement is only available for where there is at least one stroke play event on the selected tour in the selected season and makes the 'Tournament Statistics (Rounds)' page even more useful. However, like before, this new functionality is a premium feature and thus only available to subscribed members. So, sign up today and continue to get the most out of Golf Predictor, the premier US and European PGA Tour statistics site.

*Round 5 has been left out of the main table on this page due to space constraints. In any case, there are currently no five round events on either tour and  there have been only two since 2003 (the 2003-11 Bob Hope and the 2003 Las Vegas Invitational).

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