Scorecard Instructions

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 Scorecard & Instructions

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 Sample Scorecard Scorecards can be printed from our HOME page (2 to a page). We will explain each section and then provide examples of typical situations that you will face.

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 Sample Complete Scorecard

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 Driving Miss Diagnosis* *Optional – Available in Eagle Package Indicate Fairways Hit or Missed on Par 4 & 5 holes. Categorize each fairway missed according to the severity as outlined below. The key is repeated on every scorecard to help while you are on the course: Fairway hit. X = Par 3 hole, no Driving opportunity Good lie/opportunity. You are in a good position to accomplish your next goal – hit green on Par 4 or advance properly on Par 5. Poor lie/opportunity. It will be possible but difficult to accomplish your next goal. No shot – You cannot accomplish your next goal and must merely advance the ball to a better position. 1 shot penalty – Hazard, Unplayable lie Stoke & distance penalty – Lost ball or Out of Bounds

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 1. GIR’s = Greens Hit in Regulation Indicate the holes where the green was hit in regulation by circling the hole number. GIR = Ball on the putting surface in 2 strokes (or more) less than par. Ball on the fringe of the green? Technically, if the ball is not on or touching the putting surface it is not a GIR. As this is being used as a measure of your long game accuracy and efficiency, a ball on the fringe that presents a fairly normal putting opportunity may be considered a GIR. As a general guideline, it should also be within 40 feet of the hole. Note: if you choose to consider a ball on the fringe to be a GIR, then you must also consider it to be a putting opportunity and record the putting distance. If you do not choose to consider it a GIR, then it is a Chip/Pitch opportunity, even if you use your putter.

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 3. Chip & Pitch Shots – Within 50 yards of the hole Indicate the holes where you have a chip or pitch shot. These are short game shots, within 50 yards of the hole, where you have a chance, however difficult, to hit the green and are trying to get the ball as close to the hole as possible. C = Shot that successfully finished on the green X = Shot that missed or did not finish on the green

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 4. Sand Shots – Within 50 yards of the hole Indicate the holes where you have a shot from the sand. These are shots, within 50 yards of the hole, where you have a chance, however difficult, to hit the green and are trying to get the ball as close to the hole as possible. S = Shot that successfully finished on the green X = Shot that missed or did not finish on the green

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 5. # Putts and Distance of 1st Putt Indicate the number of putts taken on each green and the distance of the first putt. Example: 2 putts from 35 feet

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 Example Holes Hole #1 Fairway hit: No GIR: # not circled Chip/Pitch: 1st attempt missed green, 2nd attempt successful, hit to 5 feet. 1 Putt from 5 feet. Score: Bogey 5 Hole #2 Fairway missed, water hazard, 1 shot penalty. No GIR: # not circled Chip/Pitch: 1st attempt successful, hit to 6 feet. 1 Putt from 6 feet. Score: Par 5

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 Example holes Hole #5 Fairway hit: No GIR: # not circled Sand shot: 1st attempt missed green. Chip/Pitch shot: Attempt successful. Hit into the hole. 0 Putts from 0 feet. Score: Par 4 Hole #6 Fairway hit GIR, Approach shot hit to 18 feet (see putt distance below). 2 Putts from 18 feet. Score: Routine Par 4

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Copyright Golf Research Assoc. LP 2008 Sample Complete Scorecard Hole #8 Fairway missed: Good lie/opportunity, player had opportunity to hit par 5 in 2 shots. GIR: 3rd shot on par 5 was sand shot from within 50 yards of hole. Sand shot: 1st attempt successful to 8 feet. 1 Putt from 8 feet. Score: Birdie 4 Hole #9 No drive, Par 3 hole. GIR: Green hit to 42 feet (see Putt distance below) 2 Putts from 42 feet. Score: Par 3

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