We currently do not show S/G at an individual shot level. However, you can find them at a round level. We also show S/G on your Scoring dashboard (click on Payer Quality number for quick access). The best place to see S/G at a round level is in Round Insights. This can be found by clicking on a round, then Round Insight's. You'll see a table called Par Performance which gives you the numbers across each department of your game for that round. You can use Shot Quality in the same way as you would S/G and a number of charts on Round Insights can help you identify where you were losing/gaining shots.
There is also Shot by Shot within an activity which shows you the Shot Quality of every shot you've hit, in sequence during that round. Click on Shot Quality and it will sort the data and then you can change that order to ascending or descending order by clicking again.
As mentioned previously, a Shot Quality score of 100 approximates to 0.00 S/G and therefore you can assume that anything below 100 is losing strokes.
The advantage of Shot Quality is it gives you a better understanding of how good a specific shot was because we factor in additional information such as; weather, start lie, course conditions, course difficulty etc. Shot Quality also operates independently of a 'field'. A perfect example of this is :
7 iron from 150 yards with no wind to 10ft = x.xxS/G
7 iron from 150 yards with 40 mph wind to 12ft = xxx Shot Quality
With Strokes Gained the shot that ended up closer would score higher but we know that the shot in a 40mph wind was actually a better golf shot because of the conditions in which it was hit.
The 0-200 scale meant that we were able to provide a simple measure that gave us the ability to use a whole number with scope to distinguish between "perfect", excellent, brilliant to awful, rubbish and worst case! We are looking at developing our benchmarking so that users can compare themselves against similar playing levels. This is a matter of having enough data to do so accurately but it's absolutely on our radar to do.
We appreciate that Shot Quality is a very new concept but we've seen a really positive response from users once they've understood how it works and what it's showing them. We'd be very happy to hop on a quick call with you where we can explain more if that's something you'd be interested in.