Thanks for reaching out.
At the moment there isn't a way, beyond manually entering the data into another system, to export your Clippd data.
Your second point is a great question. When it comes to putting, the gap between the average male tour professional (Player Quality of 100) and everyone else is smaller than the other areas of the game. For instance, your average 5 handicap is statistically more likely to hole a 10ft putt than hit a drive like Rory McIlroy. This means that most Clippd members will see their putting as either the highest, or second highest for Player Quality.
However, in Arccos, your Strokes Gained numbers are based on how you compare to a similar standard of player. What this means is that actually, compared to players of a similar standard, you're not as good as them at putting.
In Clippd, you can change what level of player you compare yourself to in the Performance Dashboards. To do this, go to Settings
and then Display Preferences
where you'll see the dropdown. (Here's the link to the guide
just in case) What you may find is that if you change the comparison to a standard level to you, your PUTT Player Quality is lower than the comparison. Here's an image of my putting compared to a a plus handicap as an example.
I hope that helps but let me know if you have any questions!