The best way to uncover your strengths and weaknesses is to track every shot during a round I do this on my scorecard, noting details like whether I hit a green in regulation, how many putts I take on each hole, successful sand saves and the results of each drive. After the round I analyze the data and scoring patterns, and I make comments on the card about what I did well and what I need to work on. I ask myself questions like Did I lose focus at the halfway house? Did I rebound after disappointing holes? and Did I one-put more often for birdie or for par? Above is a scorecard from a hypothetical round on my home track, Deepdale. You can keep more detailed data from your rounds, like many tour pros do, but there's enough information here to help you monitor the meat and potatoes of your game.