Break 75 using 10 Year old Golf Clubs!


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Hi I’m Rick Shiels, welcome to my channel RickShielsPGAGolf. This YouTube channel is designed to help you play better golf, also to help you enjoy your golf more!

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12 thoughts on “Break 75 using 10 Year old Golf Clubs!

  1. @Rick Here is a suggestion: Take Guy with you, and the cameras, play your game, no commentary while adressing the ball, just you 2 go out enjoy a casual round, where you dont have to address every hit, every miss every this and that. Just play and have fun with Guy. When you are home before the release of the video then you can add commentary. Like how you played Augusta, you went through the scorecard and you could make a commentary narrative. That will perhaps up the golf that day. Until you get back on track and play more solid golf.

    Coz golf is as you ofc know much mental element. If you have to explain to the audience every miss, it will be bad after bad after bad after bad, and the more you have to adress it, and give explenation and a reaction, then it will drag on furthermore on the next tee. We golfers when we are on the golf course we make bad shots all the time, but we can forget it right there and then, we dont have to adress it and have to prove on the next tee. Your shots stay with you, ours doesnt neccessary come with us to the next tee. What you think. We all love you, and would absolutely love to see your golf back on track

  2. I found this quote and I'm trying to take it to heart…as I've aged my handicap has shot up. Perhaps this will help you, Rick. Chin up! "You don't have the game you played last year or last week. You only have today's game. It may be far from your best but that's all you've got. Harden your heart and make the best of it." —Walter Hagen

  3. Just watched to hole 15.. but Rick, you’re not playing bad. Pros struggle in that kind of wind! Break 75 on a day like that is not realistic. Chin up bud

  4. I just golfed for the first time in ages using 20 year old clubs, how much of a difference does it make when you first start and suck lol

  5. Funny to hear people suggest that playing ten year old clubs is a big deal. When, in reality, there is little measurable difference in these and the current crop.?

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