5 EASY ways to become a consistent golfer!

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Hi I'm Rick Shiels, welcome to my channel RickShielsPGAGolf. This YouTube channel is created to help you play much better , likewise to help you enjoy your more!

I specialise in golf club reviews, golf club unboxing, golf club news, golf club head to heads, and all about golf clubs.

I likewise wish to make you play better golf by providing training video on all topics about golf, how to fix your slice, fix your hook, assist you drive the golf ball longer, strike your irons more pure, strike your irons closer to the hole and help you draw and fade your golf shots.
I will also assist you decrease your score by chipping much better by stopping you duff and thin chips, pitch the ball closer and also produce backspin. Also I will provide you assist to putt much better and hole more putts!

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5 EASY ways to become a consistent golfer!

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    1. @The Joker I used to let people like you get to me, not anymore. I wish you the best 💯

    2. You’ve got this bro! Work hard at the range and focus on 2 putts and you’ll break 100 before you know it!

    3. Breaking 100 is a big deal! Only 55% of recreational golfers ever break 100. You will get there and it will feel great!

  1. All of these tips apply to every golfer regardless of handicap they play off. It also give something to fall back on when a round is going to complete a waste of a few hours it helps you to not have consecutive bad rounds

  2. Taken right from the decade system, understanding your shot patterns will really improve your scoring. Knowing your carry and total distances is obviously extremely crucial, but at a point what becomes just as crucial is understanding your stock shot shape and dispersion left or right. Based on that you can select even more specific targets

  3. Think Rick will agree he’s not the best golfer on YouTube but what he does better than anyone else is educate us and bring us the best content available

    1. Love Rick. I watch all his videos. However, when I watch him hit iron shots – other than chipping – it seems to be the most inconsistent part of his game and it drives me nuts. Instead of clubbing down and hitting 3/4 accurate shots – he’s consistently trying to muscle up and easy iron shots become erratic. That would be my tip for him – club down; 3/4 shots and be more accurate.

      Countless videos I see him trying to mash a 7 Iron 180 yards out instead of a 3/4 six. Just my 2 cents…

  4. I think Big Tip #6 is actual course management… your in some crap rough on a par 5… don’t try to swing out of it with a 5 iron – and end up through the fairway, back in the crap, duffing it, or missing it… get that 9 iron out, and pop it onto the fairway… Then take your full swing from the fairway… I score so much better when I play like this, but still find myself trying to go for a miracle shot out of the crap from time to time…

    1. For some, it’s tough to realize that you hit a poor shot to get where you are, so the likelyhood of _another_ poor shot is higher than average.

      Me, I know I’m unlikely to hit a great shot from the fairway anyway…

  5. When I took my lessons about 32 years ago the best tip that the pro gave me was ” don’t practice your faults”..

  6. Rick is a golf Legend. When I was in high school/even now from time to time and had issues with my swing, I would watch Rick Shiels’ videos. His vids and tips actually work. Great man!

  7. The amount of times I feel like you have posted this video and I’ll listen every time. Videos have helped go from shooting 110s to shooting high 70s and low 80s consistently. Ton of work put in but your advice helps and I live by it. Cheers

  8. Pre shot routine was critical for me to play more consistently, it almost felt like cheating. Yesterday I broke 90 for the first time in maybe ever lol 84

  9. 6th tip – Rick, if I can’t do these first Five tips to your golf lessons, I’ll take up Tennis and see how bad I am at that. LOL!!!
    Thanks for the video. Take care.

  10. I’m 58 years old and took my first golf lesson two weeks ago. In 1/2 hour the pro was able to fix most of my issues with just a couple of changes. Went out and shot one off my best round ever and easily could have shot 6 shots better. I now have the tools to improve every time I play or go to the range. My goal is now to break 80 by the end of the year.

  11. One thing I’m finding myself improving on is knowing my club distances for my ability. I’ve found I can put it where I want it to fairly accurately (at least as far as distance goes, the right direction is an entirely different matter. ha ha).

  12. Rick i would love if you could do a review on rangefinders because there are so many different ones with a vast price range.

  13. What I feel I struggle with is placement of myself/my body, I sometimes feel im not bending enough, like im to high or to low with the clubs, especially with like an iron 7 club, its abit hit and miss I feel, sometimes I hit the ground before, sometimes I just miss and have to retry lol, so dumb but hey.
    Ive just joined the golf world and have been on the driving range like 5-6 times but only 9 hole course play last thursday, so I dont feel like im doing anything right or consistently.

  14. Well done Rick! I’ve missed your videos! Glad to see you doing them again!! I agree, that consistency is one of the most important things a golfer needs to do in order to become a better than average golfer. I have most of your recommendations for consistency covered and do not feel intimidated when it comes to shot making. One thing that I don’t consistently do (now that I’m a super senior golfer) is go to the range. My focus now is on my short game! Good Job Rick!!

  15. Will probably get counter arguments, but the only step I would disagree with is using the same ball all the time. I think it becomes a mental thing. Think about when you “almost all the time” play with ball A. For whatever reason, you don’t have any A’s in the bag, and you pull out ball B. You hit a bad shot or have couple bad holes, and psychologically, “it’s the ball! I don’t have my usual ball, so I won’t play well”. I’ll bet more people do this than they realize.

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