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This is a cool, free feature that lets you review all your shots on the Hole19 Clubhouse website platform. It's basically a living, visual record of your rounds that you can access and learn from at any time.

Here's how it works:

  1. You play golf with Hole19 to record your shots and stats
  2. When you finish and save your round, it syncs automatically to the online Hole19 Clubhouse
  3. You access the Hole19 Clubhouse, login with your Hole19 account and get your playing data
  4. Through graphs you'll get all you need to know your game even better: Driving Accuracy, Greens in Regulation, Recovery Performance are just a few of the key performance indicators you'll be able to get. If you've used Advanced Input Mode while playing, you'll also get your round mapped out hole-by-hole on aerial imagery of the course too.

This is how your playing info looks like in the Hole19 Clubhouse:

Hole19 Clubhouse

Know the KPI's:

Driving Accuracy = Number of tee shots that land in the fairway vs. number of tee shots that land off the fairway. This # is always reflected in a %. Par 3's are not taken into account.

Greens in Regulation = A green is considered hit "in regulation" if any part of the ball is touching the putting surface and the number of strokes taken is at least two fewer than par (i.e., by the first stroke on a par 3, the second stroke on a par 4, or the third stroke on a par 5).

Putting = Average putts of all played holes and the average Putts of the played holes where you've reached GIR.

Scores by Par = Average score per par

Recovery Performance = Scrambling Percentage describes the percentage of time that you miss a green in regulation, but you still make par or better when your birdie stroke is taken. Sand Saves is a statistic that shows the percent of sand shots that hit the green and were following by only one putt to hole out. This stat is calculated by dividing the total number of sand or buried sand greenside shots that hit the green and were followed by only one putt by the total number of sand or buried sand greenside shots included in the report.

Scoring = gives you the distribution of your scoring per type of score.


Here are some more examples of what you'll see with the 'Relive Your Round' tool:

Fox Chapel GC in Hole19 1
Sweet birdie on a Par 4

Fox Chapel GC in Hole19 2
This was getting ugly - good thing I made it to the green on the fourth shot.

Sebonack GC in Hole19 1

Fairway, green, 2 putts. Aaaaaah, life is good

Take this chance to check your stats on the Hole19 Clubhouse, we're confident you'll find it to be a useful tool to review your course strategy, recall your best shots, and even show it to your friends or coach.

Happy Golfing!