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    @peterhblair

    Great to have you as a Clippd member! The team have made sure that you're on the Arccos deal. You should now have a 45-day free trial to try the platform and the offer will kick in after that.

    Any issues let me know.
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    @peterhblair

    Great to have you as a Clippd member! The team have made sure that you're on the Arccos deal. You should now have a 45-day free trial to try the platform and the offer will kick in after that.

    Any issues let me know.

    Thank you!
  • daveje's Avatar
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    Is there a way to export my data or get a more granular look at my shots? I am curious to see the shots that make up this summary:

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    I’m trying to better understand what makes a shot qualify for each of these especially the 80-120. I’ve got a good feel for very good or very bad shots but the middle ones are where it’s not as clear and I’m not as sure about my path to specific improvement. So, it would be helpful to either see the data or examples of what a typical shot or shots would be to fall into these categories.
  • daveje's Avatar
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    Also, following onto the last one, understanding the data behind this would help. I’m having a hard time understanding how I have zero of these shots in the 80-120 range. The top end are my makes but I would assume that a 15 foot putt to a tap in (and I’m sure I have plenty of those) would not be scored higher than the 40-80 range. Something seems off on this - the make rate on >12’ putts is pretty low so I would think that a putt to a tap in and guaranteed two putt would score better.

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  • Josh's Avatar
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    @daveje

    I've put both of your posts to our data science team so they can take a look and give me the feedback. As soon as I have an update I'll let you know!
  • Josh's Avatar
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    @daveje At the moment there is no way for you to export the data. A good way to get an understand of what specific shot scored what would be on the Shot Quality Tacker which is available within the same area, Round Insights or from the Scorecard view after clicking on a hole.

    Regarding the question on putting, as soon as I have an update I'll post back here!
  • kaylac31's Avatar
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    Hello

    is there anyway to know the average length of 2nd putts? I’m trying to understand how close to the hole my 1st putts are..even better would be to able to filter by length of 1st putt, for example average length of 2nd putt when 1st putt is 25+ feet, etc
  • daveje's Avatar
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    @daveje At the moment there is no way for you to export the data. A good way to get an understand of what specific shot scored what would be on the Shot Quality Tacker which is available within the same area, Round Insights or from the Scorecard view after clicking on a hole.

    Regarding the question on putting, as soon as I have an update I'll post back here!
    That’s not really a good way to do it but if it’s the only way, I’ll make do.
  • Josh's Avatar
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    @kaylac31

    Thank you for reaching out. At the moment there isn't a specific way to show you that data. However, I have already spoken to the Date Science and Product Team and let them know your question. It's really good feedback and there'll be considering moving forward.
  • Josh's Avatar
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    @daveje

    I've had a chance to speak with the Data Science team this morning. Firstly, please rest assured that the data shown as far as Shot Quality scores is correct. However, it's highlighted that we may need to look at how we present the data for putting.

    In brief, with putting because of the binary nature of either holing or not (especially from this range), the numbers will be split around the 100 Shot Quality mark. This is all to do with the fact it's based on the male tour average and whether or not shots are gained.

    As mentioned, the necessary members of the team have seen the feedback and will be considering how we present the data in the future.