Introducing updated Tour Averages


At Trackman, we're dedicated to providing the most accurate and up-to-date data to enhance your golfing experience. That's why we're excited to announce the release of our new Tour Averages, reflecting the latest insights from leading professional golf tours.

How We Gathered the Data

Our team has been hard at work collecting data from a wide range of pro players, utilizing Trackman technology to capture every swing and shot with precision.

Explore the New Tour Averages

Discover the latest numbers for both PGA and LPGA Tours, now presented in a redesigned format for easy reference. To see how the game has progressed over time, check out this link to see what’s changed compared to the last Tour Averages.

What's Changed Since Last Time

Since Trackman last revealed the Tour Averages, certain areas of the game have changed. When driving, for instance, players are now hitting further, with greater ball speed and less spin rate. See how your figures compare to the pros.

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The Impact of Trackman

Trackman's role in driving performance gains cannot be understated. From influencing club manufacture to revolutionizing training methods and making data more accessible, Trackman continues to shape the future of golf.

Stay Informed

Whether you're a seasoned pro or a weekend warrior, Trackman is here to help you reach new heights on the course. So stay tuned for more updates and insights from Trackman as we continue to push the boundaries of golf technology.

Get the New Tour Assets

The updated Tour Averages data is available for download here in various formats (incl. in meters or yards), whether you're a coaching professional or simply want them handy on your phone when you're on the range.

Key Insights:

  • Male data is captured across 40+ different events and 200+ different players.

  • Data is captured at both PGA TOUR and DP World Tour events with majority coming from PGA TOUR events.

  • Female data is captured across 30+ different events and 150+ different players.

  • Data is captured at both LPGA and LET events with majority coming from LPGA events.

  • Averages are based on data from competition as well as on the range.

  • There are multiple processes in place to eliminate shots hit with a non-driver during competition.

  • There could be a small number of non-driver shots in the dataset (less than 0.5 percent).

  • Official stat holes are picked going in opposite directions to reduce any effects from wind.