In the game of golf, around 5 percent of players are able to break below 80 consistently.
Around 20 percent break between 80 and 90.
While 25 percent can break 100 consistently.
So this leaves us with 50 percent of golfers that don’t have the ability to break 100 consistently.
What percent of golfers can break 100?
What Percentage of Golfers Shoot Under 100?
|Average Score||Percent of Adult Golfers|
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How many GIR does it take to break 80?
According to my research, you need to hit three greens on average to break 90 and eight to break 80. Keeping these stats will show you what you have to do to raise your GIR percentage. There are many ways to look at putting performance, but counting your total putts is as good as any.
Is 80 a good golf score?
According to data from the National Golf Foundation, only 26 percent of all golfers shoot below 90 consistently on regulation 18-hole courses; 45 percent of all golfers average more than 100 strokes per round. A player who shoots 85 is doing better than nearly three out of four of his golfing peers–a good score.
What percentage of golfers break par?
What Percentage Of Golfers Break Par? (and 70, 80, 90, 100)
|Handicap Index||Percent of Total||Cumulative|
|31.0 to 31.9||0.45%||98.19%|
|32.0 to 32.9||0.36%||98.55%|
|33.0 to 33.9||0.29%||98.84%|
|34.0 to 34.9||0.24%||99.08%|
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