Bounce Back is a statistic that shows the percent of holes that scored over par immediately followed by a hole that scored less than par. This stat shows a players ability to "Bounce Back" to good performance after a bad hole.
Holes that made par are not included in this statistic so a round with all par holes will have a 0% Bounce Back.
Higher numbers indicate better performance; however, a round shot with no holes score over par would cause Bounce Back to have a 0% value even though the round scored well.
Reverse Bounce Back, as it names suggests, is the opposite of Bounce Back and shows the percent of holes that scored under par immediately followed by a hole that scored over par.
Lower numbers indicate better performance; however, a round shot with no holes score under par would cause Reverse Bounce Back to have a 0% value even though the round scored poorly.
Consider the following holes:
|Hole 1||Hole 2||Hole 3|
|Score to par||+1||-1||+1|
The positive score to par from hole 1 followed by the negative score to par on hole two would register as a Bounce Back. Likewise, the negative score to par on hole 2 followed by the positive score to par on hole 3 would register as a Reverse Bounce Back. Both the Bounce Back and Reverse Bounce Back would calculate at 33%: (1 occurrence / 3 holes).
Bounce Back and Reverse Bounce back only look at the score to par for the hole played immediately after it. Consider the following holes:
|Hole 1||Hole 2||Hole 3||Hole 4||Hole 5|
|Score to par||+1||0||-1||0||+1|
The Bounce Back and Reverse Bounce Back percent for the holes above would report as 0% because the fluctuation between scoring over and under par do not happen immediately after one another but are separated by holes that scored par.
Bounce Back and Reverse Bounce Back can be found on the Scores Report.