Filter rounds and stats by date
when i am looking at stats for previous rounds, it would be helpful to be able to filter by a range of dates (i.e. calendar year or season). it would make it much easier to gauge your improvement; and that's one of the great things about using the information that game golf provides.
We’re looking at better filters and ways to compare your data. More to come soon.
it's been 2 years.. what's the status??
Hans Szymanek commented
I need more powerful filters to analyze my nearly 500 stored rounds...
Hawk Golf commented
Is this still in work or forgotten about? It would be nice on the Main Dashboard if you could use a drop down and select what year or date range to view you stats. Also to make it default so you don't have to change it everytime.
That’s only helpful if I’m a coach with students. I want to examine my own data...
We introduced the coaches dashboard on web and mobile. This allows you to compare your data or another way of saying it would be a side by side comparison by date range, by handicap and by number of rounds. Please take a look and let me know what you think. Thank you all for spending the time to suggest improvements.
This was discussed in Feb 2017 its really a shame you guys have not looked into and brought this into the game golf system any chance this is still being looked into?
Steve Brown commented
I'm a bit of a golf geek and use the stats to analyse my progress and development. There are some good basic data sets within game golf that gives us the obvious things about my game. I would love an export facility so we could pull the data sets into excel and look at areas more closely, and filter them through using pivot tables.
Chesley Burris commented
great news! i look forward to it.
Clive Breedon commented
Totally agree. The ability to look at particular dates would be great and a major improvement. Knowing my average score over 200+ games is not important knowing what I have done over a 1 of two month period or versus last winter would be good
Love that idea, was just thinking the same! Side by Side comparison and see where the improvement is.