Driving range

R10 Analytics Shot Data

The driving range component show the final position of each of the shots. Shots for different clubs have different colors (can be changed in the settings). The color for each club is shown at the bottom left (can be changed in the settings). Around the shots of a particular club a bounding ellipse is drawn (you can change this in the settings).

You can click on a position to select it. Hold <Ctrl> to select multiple shots. If you right click on a shot position, a menu is shown. Here you have the following options:

  • Show shot metrics. If you select this, a new window is shown containing a shot metrics component with metrics of the selected shot. You can show metrics of multiple shots to compare them.
  • Show shot visuals. If you select this, a new window is shown containing a shot visuals component showing the ball flight trajectory and the impact in visual form. You can show visuals of multiple shots to compare them.
  • Show shot video. If the shot has an associated video this is shown in a shot video component in a new window. 
  • Set video url. You can set or change the video associated with the shot. You can either provide an url (when the video is on the web) or a file name. You can also indicate whether you immediately want to show the associated video.

At the right of the title bar there is a menu icon. Here you can change the target settings (see below), save the driving range as a PNG image, change the settings, or pop-out the component, that is, create a separate window for the component.


Shots are grouped in clusters. Default these clusters are the club names. Each cluster get its own color and a bounding shape is shown. You can change the clustering. In the settings of the component there is a field Cluster formula. For each shot this formula is computed. Each different value indicates a cluster. Here are some examples:

  • ClubName The default. Each club name forms a cluster.
  • ClubType Cluster on club type rather than club name.
  • club_category() Use the category of the club (Driver, Wood, Hybrid, etc.). Note that this is a function.
  • ShotType The type of shot (Push, Hook, etc.) when supported by the device.
  • session_name Each session becomes a category.
  • "Height " + format("{:2}", 5*round(ApexHeight/5)) Here is a complex one. We look at the apex height of the shot and round this to multiples of 5. Each forms a cluster with name Height  10, Height 15, etc.

You can also define your own column, for example one that computes the quality of your shot, and then use that column name as the cluster formula. Check out the help on formulas for more information.


In the driving range component you can specify a target and get information about how your shots are distributed around your target. The target consists of a crosshair and an inner and outer ring at a particular distance. This divides the area in eight regions. For each region, the percentage of shots in this region is shown.

To show and define the target, use the target icon in the title bar of the driving range. Here you are asked for the following information:

  • Whether to show the target or not.
  • Whether to show the horizontal and vertical distribution of shots with respect to the target. This will add two bars to the target showing these distributions. (This can be a bit small, increase the width of the range using the splitter handle to increase the size of the image.)
  • Whether to show the percent error index (PEI). This is a measure that indicates how good the shots are. For each shot the PEI is defined as the distance from the end position to the target, divided by the initial distance to the target. This results in a percentage. This is then averaged over all shots. A PEI below 10% is considered good.
  • Whether to put the target at the median distance (default) or you want to define the distance yourself.
  • Whether the radii of the inner and outer ring are at absolute distances, or relative percentages of the target distance.
  • The size or percentage of the radius of the inner and outer rings.
  • The location of the target information in the image.

Once the target is shown, you can move it vertically using your mouse by clicking with it in the inner ring.


The driving range component has a number of settings that you can change by clicking the settings icon in the title bar.

  • Name. The name of the component. 
  • Title. The title shown in the title bar. If you leave this empty the title shows the type of distance shown.
  • Show. Whether to show the total distance or the carry distance.
  • Cluster formula. A formula that indicates how to cluster the shots. See above.
  • Shape. Indicate the shape you want to be drawn around the shots with each club. You can choose between: None, Rectangle, Rotated rectangle, Disk, Ellipse, and the Convex hull of the shots. 
  • Fill shape. Whether to fill the shape. If not, only the outline is drawn.
  • Use colors. Whether to use different colors for the different clubs.
  • Show legend. Whether to show a legend with the different clubs in the left-bottom corner.
  • Show target. Whether to show the target.
  • Target settings. As explained above.
  • Data. Here you can define a filter in the form of a formula. Only shots that satisfy the filter are shown in the driving range.

Note that there are buttons to reset the settings to the default (as defined in the dashboard) and to copy the settings from another driving range component.