KLPGT introduces Korea’s first ‘strokegain’ record… ‘Season 3 winner’ Park Ji-young tops overall standings

The Korean Ladies Professional Golf Tour (KLPGT) announced today that it has introduced stroke-gain recording to analyze player performance on a shot-by-shot basis.

Introduced by the KLPGT and its official scorer, CNPS, the ‘stroke gain’ record is an overall average of all a player’s shots, allowing them to compare how much they gain and lose on each shot.

Stroke Gain is organized into six categories: tee shot, approach, around the green, tee to green (tee shot, approach, around the green), putts, and all areas. Through this data, it is possible to numerically identify a player’s shooting ability by distance and strengths and weaknesses on the green.

Currently, the KLPGA Tour’s Stroke Gain leader is Park Ji-young, who has three wins on the season. Park showed strengths in all areas, but especially in her approach shots and around the greens, where she gained 1.42 and 0.42 strokes, respectively. Second place overall, Ye Won Lee, also made gains in all areas, but her biggest gains were off the tee, at 0.74 strokes.

Third-place finisher Kim Soo-ji had the largest gain of any KLPGA Tour player in the approach category with a 1.48 stroke gain. However, she lost 0.35 strokes in putting. Fourth-place finisher Lee Da-yeon followed Kim with a 1.46 stroke gain on her approach, but lost 0.13 strokes on her play around the green.

The player with the best stroke gain off the tee is Bae So-hyun. He gained 0.85 strokes off the tee. However, she lost 0.09 and 0.14 strokes around the green and on putts, respectively, leaving her in 22nd place overall.메이저사이트

The KLPGT not only provides real-time stroke gains for the season, but also stroke gains by event and hole. Stroke gains by tournament allow you to see how a player’s shots are performing in each tournament and round, while stroke gains by hole can be used as an indicator of the difficulty of each shot on each hole.