With the Microsoft Band’s new free TaylorMade’s golf app the data is now available in the TalyorMade MyRound Pro page. All the data that you have been capturing with your band now becomes visible with more stats than you can absorb.
The site will list all the rounds that you have recorded on the Band.
The site now allows you to also delete rounds that weren’t completed or too bad to share…
Below was a good round for me. The page shows color codes of your birdies, pars and bogeys.
Click on the hole to review and it will give you the overview of the shots that were recorded on the course. You see the ball position from each shot taken.
Click on the green and it will remind you to zoom in to see your putts. The pin position can be moved to be where it was located for that day. This is recommended to be moved to improve the stats shown below.
The green view will show you the distance to the hole. I still need to figure out how to move the pin. This might need to be done before the round is marked “Completed”?
The stats tab on the left side will bring all this data to life. I will need to start carrying my own “book” around for reminders to aim left as I miss right too often. As well as to club up more on my approach shots as I was short a high percentage of the time. How powerful is this data if I can really utilize it!
The only thing that might not be 100% correct is the putts average. I need to determine if I added strokes manually to a hole if they are counting them all as puts. I am not great at golf, but that seems a bit high even for me.
Click into each section to further analyze your data. For example here is more information on my approach shots.
This data is wonderful to have. I had no idea that I missed right as much as this shows. I was usually always worried about missing long on some holes, but I should club up more and see if this improves the stats. It is fun to compare against the pros just to reinsure that I do need to keep my day job! There is options to add in each of your clubs by brand name, shaft stiffness, loft, length and more. I am sure this will add into the stats I learn more about the software. But from what I have seen so far this is a must for any serious golfer that wants to improve. Just get the Microsoft Band and the rest is free.