For me, the most important data is how close to the hole is my approach shot and how far was that shot with what club. With this data, when I go to the range I know what to practice.
I have struggled with various ways to get this data without much success. Suggested methods are too cumbersome requiring to many clicks.
Recently I have tried something different:
My first shot that lands on the green, I click Mark shot instead of first putt. Then, at the flag I mark first putt. That gives me the distance to the hole (+/- a yard). Now, when the hole is over I set the club for the last shot to putter and add how many additional putts (hopefully only 1 ;-)
For example, with this method the shot list screen shows I hit my 9 iron 45 yards and 13 feet from the pin. Useful data (for me) and it only took 2 clicks while on the green.
Hi Bob - thanks for sharing your tip. I'll be sure the team receives your input to see if we can improve this data point in the future.