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Discover the Latest TrackMan Tour Averages

September 26, 2023
July 1, 2024

At GolfCave, we’re committed to providing our members with the best tools and information to improve their game. That's why we're thrilled to share the latest updates from TrackMan, featuring the new Tour Averages. This data reflects the most recent insights from top professional golf tours, helping you stay informed and competitive.

How the Data Was Collected

TrackMan’s dedicated team has been working tirelessly to gather data from a wide range of professional players. Utilizing cutting-edge TrackMan technology, every swing and shot is captured with pinpoint accuracy, providing a comprehensive look at performance metrics.

Explore the New Tour Averages

We invite you to explore the newest numbers for both PGA and LPGA Tours, now presented in a user-friendly format.

What's Changed Since Last Time

The game of golf is constantly evolving, and TrackMan's new Tour Averages reveal some interesting trends. For example, players are now driving further with higher ball speeds and lower spin rates. Curious to see how your stats measure up against the pros? This new data offers valuable insights for players of all levels. Compare your stats against the pros during your next session at the Cave.

The Impact of TrackMan

TrackMan continues to be a driving force in the golf industry, influencing everything from club manufacturing to training methods. By making performance data more accessible, TrackMan is revolutionizing the way golfers train and play, helping you reach new heights on the course.

Stay Informed with TrackMan

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a weekend golfer, TrackMan is here to support your journey. Stay tuned for more updates and insights as we continue to push the boundaries of golf technology.

Key Insights from the Data:

  • Male data is collected from over 40 different events and 200+ players.
  • Data is primarily sourced from PGA TOUR and DP World Tour events, with a majority from the PGA TOUR.
  • Female data is collected from over 30 different events and 150+ players.
  • Data is primarily sourced from LPGA and LET events, with a majority from the LPGA.
  • Averages are based on data from both competition and practice ranges.
  • Multiple processes are in place to filter out non-driver shots during competition.
  • There may be a small number of non-driver shots in the dataset (less than 0.5%).
  • Official stat holes are selected in opposite directions to minimize wind effects.

By staying updated with the latest Tour Averages, you can better understand the game’s current trends and improve your performance! Practice inside – play better outside!.