## What percentage of 10 foot putts do pros make?

40%

Putting from inside 10 feet is very different than putting from 10 feet. The PGA Tour average is 88% inside 10 feet, and just 40% from 10 feet. In 1 of 10 rounds tour pros hole 100 percent of their putts from inside 10 feet.

**How many feet of putts do pros make?**

Not very well. The average total of putts holed per round on the PGA Tour for 2019-20 was 72.8 feet. The leaders were Kristoffer Ventura, 87 feet 9 inches; Denny McCarthy, 85-4; and Michael Gellerman, 83-8.

**What percentage of 9 foot putts do pros make?**

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DISTANCE | ONE PUTT | EXPECTED PUTTS AVG. |
---|---|---|

7 feet, 10 inches | 50% | 1.50 |

8 feet | 49% | 1.515 |

9 feet | 43% | 1.575 |

10 feet | 38% | 1.626 |

### What percentage of 8 foot putts do pros make?

PGA’s Shot Tracker reveals that tour players on average make: 99% of putts from 3 feet and in. 69% of 6-foot putts. 54% of 8-foot putts.

**How many putts should a 10 handicap take?**

10+ Handicap golfers should aim for fewer than 33 putts. 1-10 Handicap golfers should aim for fewer than 30 putts.

**Are 33 putts good?**

Some numbers to look for in assessing your putting improvement are as follows… 36 or more putts per round is poor putting. Anywhere between 31-35 putts per round is acceptable good putting for the average golfer. 26-30 putts per round and you have now crossed over into the realm of great putting.

#### What percentage of 4 foot putts do pros make?

Steph Curry shooting free throws (at 91.6%) would provide a near-exact equivalent to Sungjae Im, the Tour’s most average four-foot putter (91.45%).

**What percentage of golfers can break 80?**

Only about 2 percent of all golfers ever break 80, which generally is considered the Holy Grail of scoring. To legitimately break 80 — no improved lies; no 3-foot gimmes; no free drop from out of bounds — is to breathe the rarefied air of good, if not great golf.

**What is a good number of putts per round?**

between 31-35 putts

Some numbers to look for in assessing your putting improvement are as follows… 36 or more putts per round is poor putting. Anywhere between 31-35 putts per round is acceptable good putting for the average golfer. 26-30 putts per round and you have now crossed over into the realm of great putting.

## How do you calculate putts gained?

During a tournament, the number of putts a player takes is subtracted from that average value to determine strokes gained or lost. Say a player’s putting benchmark from seven feet, 10 inches is 1.5 putts. If a player one-putts from the distance, he gains 0.5 strokes. If he two-putts, he loses 0.5 strokes.

**How many putts should you have for 18 holes?**

Some numbers to look for in assessing your putting improvement are as follows… 36 or more putts per round is poor putting. Anywhere between 31-35 putts per round is acceptable good putting for the average golfer.

**How many putts does the average golfer take?**

The USGA statistics states the average male golfer shoots a 98-99 and has at least 40 putts per round or 2.2 putts per hole. Most recreational and amateur golfers are well above this number while professional golfers average about 1.8 putts per hole and 32 putts per round.