This is how I have broken my stats up, same as you but I haven’t dived into comparing against any type of field. Something I will do against the Web.com guys to really help paint the picture.
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I track my averages of last 5 rounds and update it every Monday. Sunday’s round helped drop my putting average as I had 27 total putts and only 9 on the back.Obviously the more GIR’s you have the higher your putts will likely be.
I have started a bit of a ‘workflow’ in my ability to dissect and rectify an issue. All of my tracked stats (%'s) are broken up into Levels ranging from 1 - 5. Each level is progressively more difficult to obtain - i.e - GIR Level 1 is equal too or less than 30%, Level 2 is equal too or less than 40% and so on. What my workflow allows me to do is analyze my data, assign my skill drill, and then assign my prescribed fitness exercise to assist in getting better in that skill drill. Obviously the correlation between my skill drill and prescribed exercise is bit of a stretch in fixing the root cause, but Im a firm believer that my overall fitness and ability to get better at my skill drills go hand in hand.
Update on my own Off Season (Maybe something Ill continue to update here?)
I had my second training session today using Joey D’s fitness regime. My trainer is excited as I am with all this as she has noticed a second breath of air in my motivation. We worked on lower body; focusing on hips, some core, glutes, IT band and groin area through some dynamic stretching and so forth. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I am feeling a little sore but no where near as sore if I was weight lifting (which I dislike as my job is pretty active and I don’t like walking around looking like I shat myself). Massage, spa and cold dips tonight to help recovery. Stretch with some at home pilates on the cards tomorrow evening to keep everything loose.