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5 SIMPLE THINGS ALL GOOD GOLFERS DO (That YOU can copy)

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5 SIMPLE THINGS ALL GOOD GOLFERS DO (That you can copy)
PGA Golf Pro Rick Shiels explains 5 REALLY simple things all good golfers do that help them be more consistent and score better!

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10 thoughts on “5 SIMPLE THINGS ALL GOOD GOLFERS DO (That YOU can copy)

    1. Same Ball? NO
      Clean clubs? 70%
      Watch partners putt – Yes
      Check Conditions? – Visual .. no tech
      Think Positive … Addressing ball pissed off if last shot was bad

      Rick, I would add #6 – Identical set-up/address t ball, i.e., a disciplined routine.

      cheers

    2. #1 is out the door. I get whatever is on sale. My game is not good enough to blame the golf ball :). 2-5 are definitely in my game. Good vid

    3. I do 3 and 5 all the time. I do number 4 well, when I do it. 2 I don’t do, and there’s no reason I shouldn’t be. I don’t do #1 because I usually play a lot of found balls. But when I’m playing a lot, and playing seriously, I will play the same ball.

  1. Now calculation is something that I’ve always left out. Since I was young I’ve walked off to the 150 or 200 makers for yardage. Sadly I’ve not been crazy accurate to the pin but I’ve always been on the green. Becoming a par/scratch player I believe start with getting to the green in regulation. If you can’t two put for par than we have more important things to worry about than yardage accuracy and calculations.

  2. 3:50 Since I’ve been watching your videos I’m starting to think that there is a drone dropping your golf ball in the fairway, lol. Just kidding 🙂

  3. 1:32 Very true. Not only keeping your club clean but it helps slow you down as a player if you are upset for some reason. Taking that extra time to make sure your club is clean before the shot lets you (me at least) refocus and look at the shot I want to execute.

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