I promise you'll BREAK 90 using these simple golf tips!

How to BREAK 90 – 3 REALLY simple golf tips

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24 thoughts on “I promise you'll BREAK 90 using these simple golf tips!

  1. Rick. You say so much while saying so little. If you want to be a good teacher figure out how to say more while saying less. For example bunker tip – lay wedge flat, swing twice as hard as you would from that distance on grass 1 inch before the ball. Don't go on and ramble. Short and easy to visualize. The higher the cap the simpler it should be.

  2. Hey Rick nice video, really appreciate your knowledge and sharing it with us. Thanks, and look forward to future instruction. Phill.

  3. Las Sendas in Arizona doesn’t have trees to play behind. If you miss the fairway in the desert your ball is gone and you have to take a two stroke penalty. (145 slope)

  4. Here’s a better way. Its boring but it will get the job done. Ofcourse, one would still needs a relatively sound swing which I believe most 90s player have. First leave your driver at home or your car. Bring the club that is at most 150 yards in distance and all other clubs of lesser distance. Second, just tee off with your 5-6-7 iron that give you 150 yards everytime. If its a 7 iron, hitting it 3x gives you 450 yards which is about the shortest par 5 in most courses from the middle tees. Then you’ll have a chance for Birdies, Pars and Boggies. For every Birdie or Pars made, that would be 1 less boggie for the round. Here’s the logic…. For every Birdie made, it nullifies 2 boggies and for every Par it nullify 1 boggie. Now that being said, you still need to stay away from blowup holes. Having to tee off with a 150 yrd club will help keep the ball in the fairway and away from difficult lies that scream double or worse. Then putting should at least be reasonable.

  5. I taught myself these tips years ago and lowered my index from 28 to 20 (all from tournament scores, i.e., play by the rules and putt out). 1) My par is 90, bogey golf. I don't worry about making par. If I make a good chip or make a long putt, great, I make par, maybe even a birdie. 2) I usually use a 3 hybrid to get out of jail. Using Rick's technique, I can skim the ball just off the turf 100 to 150 yards and I'm back in the hole. 3) I use the bump and run (the "Scottish chip" as I call it) from 100 yards in whenever there's no hazard in front of me, like a lake or bunker. Takes a lot of practice to gauge how hard to hit it, but I'm usually somewhere on the green putting for par. 4) I practice 30' & 40' putts a lot, just for speed, and I practice 6' in, that's it. All I can say is this has served me well and made the game more fun.

  6. I’m just starting out golf . I’ve been to the driving range a few times . How long would you say it would take to be able to be on a course and not annoy everyone ? Love your videos I’m
    Learning a lot

  7. I play on a course with copious amounts of trees on both edges of the fairways. When I started playing again in late 18 I quickly learned that I didn’t have the swing speed to hit my 2 iron. I set it up t ok have the same lie snd shaft length as my 8. With a full swing I hit it 110 yards and the apex of the ball flight stays under 5 feet. I use this club at least 5 times per round

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