Monday, 1 April 2013

Results Tables Updated on Golfer Page

Snapshot of the new look table showing position colour coding, round columns and amended pop-up text for all of Rory McIlroy's results up to the 2013 Shell Houston Open
Further to the recently amended results tables on the Prediction page, the results tables on each Golfer page on Golf Predictor have been similarly updated. Using the new sortable round columns, you can easily find each golfer's best and worst rounds (rounds 1-4) for the following sets of tournaments:
  1. Any events that the golfer won
  2. Any events that the golfer finished in the top ten in.
  3. Any events that the golfer missed the cut in.
  4. Any events that the golfer played in.
This is shown above for all of Rory McIlroy's results up to the 2013 Shell Houston Open. As before, clicking on a round row column header allows you to sort the round scores in ascending or descending order.

To make room for the round information, the "Made Cut" or "Tournament Type" column has been removed from the relevant tables. The removed information has been moved into the pop-up text (see screenshot above) and also incorporated into the new colour coding for the finishing positions (missed cut). As before, round five has been left out of the results tables due to space constraints. 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), so this should not be an issue. In any event, round five information is now also provided in the pop-up (see screenshot above), should it be relevant.

As also shown in the screenshot above, the Position column on the results tables have been colour coded like before. This will allow you to identify wins (red), top tens (yellow), withdrawals (brown) and missed cuts (blue) much more easily. The colour code itself is shown over the first results table on the page.

These updates to the Golfer page make it much more useful. However, these results tables are only visible to subscribers, so sign up today to get the most out of Golf Predictor, the premier US and European PGA Tour statistics site.

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