How to Improve YOUR Golf Game

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Vici Martynov says:

think we all have our little methods – i keep all my score cards, they dont
look like anybody else’s scorecards, they are covered in ticks and strange
numbers, I let the other ladies keep my score for their team games – I am
not interested in the score or handicap, that will get better with practice
and has in fact got better over the summer, I have dropped 30 shots – I am
interested in my ticks – I set myself several impossible targets so that i
have to extend myself all the time to reach them – my main target is the
number of bogies or better, target is 50% (still well short of that) but, i
set other things too like shots to green, puts and number of really
difficult shots achieved (scuffing a chip along the ground from the rough
into the hole doesnt get a tick, it has to launch) – if i get a good score
with low ticks, that for me is a bad game – i dont really play against the
other ladies, I play against my targets ;-)

Paul Reuten says:

I did exactly that this year at the half mark and dropped 15 strokes on
average and had a 10 over round as a highlight. My putting was so bad a
three putt was good early on and now I consistently two putt with a handful
of up and downs every time out. My chipping was poor most of the season
which probably added at least 5 strokes per but my main flaw was GIR which
was 20 plus most days and what was worst was that I hardly ever made them
on par threes and had far to many boggs as a result. Game Golf is going to
be utilized next year and I’m sure that will really help with the big
picture. Coaching and course management are every bit as crucial to
improvement as technique.

Dan Manley says:

Great video +RickShielsPGAGolf I’m getting myself GAME Golf, as I think the
stats will be vital to help me improve. Need to get some lessons booked in
too, but really focused on getting a lot better over the winter, so I can
hit the summer running.

Neil Errington says:

Excellent and practical video. First session with a local professional
tomorrow as I try to break the 12/13 handicap barrier that I have had for
over 25 years! Why do I always practice my long game when clearly it is 100
yards in where I should be able to make some rapid improvement! Comment
about equipment is also v true, I hit the ball much further with today’s
equipment but my score range hasn’t really improved! Conclusion, lessons
and concentrate on improving short game! 

Rob McGuinness says:

I’m a Rick Shiels convert!! Great videos which are not just informative but
also (usually) very entertaining. I was very interested in the Srixon Z545
driver that you tested a few weeks ago at their facility, I wonder if you
could repeat it at the Trafford to see if you can again achieve what looked
like remarkable results. Keep it up.

David Hoyles says:

Good video, can you do a video showing some practice drills to do at home.
I often work 12 hour shifts and my local practice facility closes before I
get home so being able to do different things at home will definitely
benefit my game. 

Golfshake.com says:

Great video. Couldn’t agree more with some of the points around tracking
your game and identifying your strengths and weaknesses.

Robert Potter says:

Genious!
Possibly THE best of advice you’ve given out in a vlog buddy.
It’s blindingly obvious, but one nobody ever seems to do. Me included!

Tony Rock says:

Great video Rick! Looking forward to applying your teachings every time I
step out to practice. Keep it up!

Johnny Hally says:

Rick i think you need to take a look at this new app. Just search “Nike
Golf” and it should come up. It keeps all your stats

Rick Shiels PGA says:

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jochen487 says:

This doesn’t look like turkey

ROGER 121 says:

Good Vid. Back to the basics. Your advices actually work for golf but also
for any sport or any king of activity. Very simple, but so few us really
practice on our weaknesses. I spend so many time chipping (my stenght)
instead of working on my swing (long irons are my weakness)…

MrBucci20 says:

I started playing September 2013, my first 18 took me 124shots. 14months
later I’m consistently finishing at 91-92. Currently struggling with short
game 50-10yards in I tend to through away loads of shots in this area. Any
advise? I want to get down to high 70’s by September 2015

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