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garyinderry

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I like crossfields lessons. he gets his students to work a lot on feel and actually gets them hitting functional golf shots rather than trying to get them to hit positions. He is only concerned with shot shape and impact.
 

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Andy Carter is becoming one of my favourites.
I'd say he looks the best player out of the ones mentioned aswell.
 

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Loving Golf vlogs uk at the minute. Fryer and Carters stuff is great too. I think I like them because they are from the NW and recognise the courses. I've never previously been a fan of crossfields channel but I'm actually really enjoying his daily vlogs. I can relate to his online lessons better than the rest.

Finch and Shiels were the two I used to follow the most but I'm finding more and more that I don't watch their stuff more than the others. Just going too cheesy.

Is it just me or does everyone feel a golf nerd watching this stuff.......please don't tell me I'm on my own.
 

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Loving Golf vlogs uk at the minute. Fryer and Carters stuff is great too. I think I like them because they are from the NW and recognise the courses. I've never previously been a fan of crossfields channel but I'm actually really enjoying his daily vlogs. I can relate to his online lessons better than the rest.

Finch and Shiels were the two I used to follow the most but I'm finding more and more that I don't watch their stuff more than the others. Just going too cheesy.

Is it just me or does everyone feel a golf nerd watching this stuff.......please don't tell me I'm on my own.

You're not alone 🤓
 

garyinderry

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Loving Golf vlogs uk at the minute. Fryer and Carters stuff is great too. I think I like them because they are from the NW and recognise the courses. I've never previously been a fan of crossfields channel but I'm actually really enjoying his daily vlogs. I can relate to his online lessons better than the rest.

Finch and Shiels were the two I used to follow the most but I'm finding more and more that I don't watch their stuff more than the others. Just going too cheesy.

Is it just me or does everyone feel a golf nerd watching this stuff.......please don't tell me I'm on my own.

Not a nerd at all. Currently studying Brooke Henderson's swing on golfswinghd . Good channel. Always has super quality slow motion swing videos. No not a nerd at all. :rofl:
 

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Loving Golf vlogs uk at the minute. Fryer and Carters stuff is great too. I think I like them because they are from the NW and recognise the courses. I've never previously been a fan of crossfields channel but I'm actually really enjoying his daily vlogs. I can relate to his online lessons better than the rest.

Finch and Shiels were the two I used to follow the most but I'm finding more and more that I don't watch their stuff more than the others. Just going too cheesy.

Is it just me or does everyone feel a golf nerd watching this stuff.......please don't tell me I'm on my own.

Big fan of Liam (Golfvlogsuk) and we've been trying hard to get something together between us but distance and especially the way his channel has gone massive for a normal bloke is making it hard. Have suggested H4H day as a guest dependant on places or looking at going up North in September

Like Fryer and Carter too. Fried Eggs from the US is a funny channel too. Still enjoy Peter Finch's stuff but find Rick Shiels has become stale and it's becoming similar to Crossfield and it's about him
 

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Big fan of Liam (Golfvlogsuk) and we've been trying hard to get something together between us but distance and especially the way his channel has gone massive for a normal bloke is making it hard. Have suggested H4H day as a guest dependant on places or looking at going up North in September

Like Fryer and Carter too. Fried Eggs from the US is a funny channel too. Still enjoy Peter Finch's stuff but find Rick Shiels has become stale and it's becoming similar to Crossfield and it's about him

Are you sure it's not just you pestering him for a round?
 

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I like crossfield especially as he challenges the norm. Finch is good as he try's new things. Find Shiels very boring now and churning the same stuff out over and over. The quest for the open seems
To have been forgotten again.
Liam from golf Vlogs is a top bloke I also like Brett Parker when he bothers to upload ha
 
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I like finch but not keen on shiels, though I liked their trip to golf bidder vlog where they had a monkey each to spend on gear, that golf bidder place looks like a golfers porn shop :D
 

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I like finch but not keen on shiels, though I liked their trip to golf bidder vlog where they had a monkey each to spend on gear, that golf bidder place looks like a golfers porn shop :D

Living relatively close I've been many times and yes, it is the proverbial kid in a candy shop. Decent folk run the shop who won't hassle you or try and steer you (but will advise if asked) and there are so many clubs in there, including a few golden oldies and forgotten gems. Also, going in personally has allowed my to haggle prices if I am trading in. If anyone on the Sunningdale trip fancies it on the Saturday (or the day before we play NZ) it's probably about 30-45 minutes from the Woking area depending on rush hour traffic and is very close to the Callaway offices if you fancy a fitting or Odyssey putter fit
 

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In the UK I'd say Crossfield, Me and My Golf and Sheilds are way ahead of the rest as regards the quality of the content.
They seem to be constantly looking for new ideas to keep it fresh and interesting.

Tbh I don't really watch them as much as I used to, the only two that a find entertaining at the moment are Golf Vlogs UK and Fried Eggs Golf.

The guy from Fried Eggs is talented I can't believe he's got so few subscribers, but then again I only watch these videos for entertainment not tuition.
love his spoof rap videos.

I wonder what the future is for these guys?
 

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I really like MeAndMyGolf, that's the only one I subscribe to. I find them both personable, I like the camaraderie between the two of them, and their golfing advice is usually very clear and easy to follow. I enjoy their other more entertaining content as well, like the challenges they've done - playing an entire hole with a driver, or doing Happy Gilmore swings, just to name two examples. Their iron striking videos have really helped me a lot recently, and previously some of their tips helped my driving as well.
 

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just been watching a match play round Dartmouth golf and country club with Crossfield.. Coach Lockie, this pro called James and Buzzman

hmm I dont like crossfield on the course with others.. plays the joker too much.. no class

plus takes forever over his shots!

on tips and that though spot on but not on this video

only watched the whole thing because ive played there and interesting to see
 

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just been watching a match play round Dartmouth golf and country club with Crossfield.. Coach Lockie, this pro called James and Buzzman

hmm I dont like crossfield on the course with others.. plays the joker too much.. no class

plus takes forever over his shots!

on tips and that though spot on but not on this video

only watched the whole thing because ive played there and interesting to see

That sounds like quite an old one.

I used to agree with you but he's a lot better now imo.

Also love the daily vlogs. He seems to want people to understand their own swing and how different feelings produce different shots rather than ( as someone else mentioned) hit positions regardless of whether or not it will improve their golf.

Shame it's such a long way from me.
 
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