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Shot By Shot Golf Game Analysis

About Shot by Shot

Peter Sanders is President and founding partner of Shot By Shot. After a successful career in the insurance industry, Sanders used his analytical skills to develop Shot By Shot in 1989.  Frustrated with flaws in traditional, one-dimensional golf stats, he used his computer modeling experience to create what is now called Strokes Gained analysis (see History of Strokes Gained).

Sanders currently provides statistical analysis for six PGA Tour professionals, including Zach Johnson.  The game improvement product has been featured in both GOLF and Golf Digest magazines. Peter Sanders has authored or contributed to more than 60 articles in major golf publications, including several cover stories.  In 2016 and 2017, Peter has become a regular contributor to the popular online publication  His July 2016 article revealing the difference between the average Tour player and the Scratch golfer garnered over 355,000 views.      

Sanders has been a Professional Advisor to Golf Digest magazine. He also provided advisory services to Trackman, developer of a cutting edge shot flight tracking system used by the PGA Tour and the major TV networks.  Most recently, Sanders has been a statistical consultant to Arccos Golf, developer of the groundbreaking, game tracking and analysis system using GPS sensors that attach to users' golf clubs.  His role has been to implement his Strokes Gained analysis into the Arccos feedback. has been used successfully by:

  • More than 30,000 individual subscribers, contributing to its robust proprietary database of over 315,000 golf rounds;
  • More than 200 group leaders - golf instructors or coaches who have integrated this unique analysis program into their teaching/coaching regimens;
  • Prominent golf schools as Golf Digest, Pinehurst and Sea Island. 


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Living Testimonials

Peter Sanders, President of  Sanders used the earliest version of to track his own performance against data gathered from his more proficient playing partners. Sanders' own handicap improved from 14 to 1 in a single golf season using this system.

Cameron Wilson, 2014 NCAA Division 1 Champion.  Wilson began using as an individual subscriber.  He convinced Conrad Ray, golf coach at Stanford University, to purchase for the entire team in 2012.  Credit for this success?  The program was at least a part of the winning formula. 

Mac Hughes, PGA Tour Winner in 2016.  Mac Hughes has been using for over 10 years, as a member of Team Canada's junior, Amateur and Young Pro teams. Mac and his coach, Derek Ingram, still rely on for their game analysis and improvement.  Accordingly, Mac religiously enters every round into our program.