HAVE GOLF CLUBS REALLY CHANGED IN THE LAST TEN YEARS

HAVE GOLF CLUBS REALLY CHANGED IN THE LAST TEN YEARS with Golf professional Mark Crossfield. Mark answer viewers question in tonight LIVE daily Vlog talking golf tech, golf balls, golf clubs and much more.

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  1. love the videos mark! some have really helped and others are very entertaining. golf clubs, drivers, will always have some "gimmick" to sell it year after year. lots of players want something new all the time. all of it is not so much an advancement as it is: here, here is something new. that's my take on it and I'm sticking with it…… lol

  2. I had to tell a couple of guys to turn down their music on a course not too long ago. I felt like I was Judge Smales yelling at Dangerfield and friends, but I don’t care. Turn that crap off on the golf course!!!

  3. Mark you hit the nail on the head…its cultural differences. These different reactions i.e. USA v England should not offend anyone not from that country, and if it does well maybe thats on you and not the culture. Simply put, develop your own cultural sensitivity when visiting another country.

  4. Mrs Parfields birthday "happy birthday by the way", new kitchen "coincidence", must have some serious trips abroad planned for the channel this year, keep it up mark

  5. back to basics..where is the fastest and most powerful part of your down swing,,have a listen to all of your driver swings, matt, rory and dan, its always BEFORE impact not during, so back to the loft up question,, how about a driver which you can hit down on (max power at and through impact), better face control, high loft as required for best launch BUT low spinning ( weight placement the answer and future development not governed in manufacture as far as i know ) sounds like a winner

  6. Hi Mark, I think that the reason why distance has stayed the same amongst the amateurs is because money may not be as abundant to buy the new equipment.The pros have sponsors and get the new equipment as it comes out. Do you agree?

  7. The rowdy crowds are really the fault of the TV coverage. If the unimaginative producers didn’t have microphones near the core of them you wouldn’t hear it and they wouldn’t do it….

  8. I was fortunate enough to attend the masters last year.. Most of the crowd were american and were great supporters of all players. It was an absolute delight to witness the best players in golf compete in Augusta, GA.

  9. No need to limit beer just throw the arseholes out who shout mash potatoe etc…drunk or sober.
    I'm not sure golf equipment has made huge gains in last 10 years…other than doing a low spin everything-woods irons and tp5 ball….all devious methods they use to say our "whatever piece of equipment they are talking about" goes 7 yards further.
    But the arguement i find that shuts most people up on that is when i say "if u want to hit your 7 iron further just hit the iron with 6 on the bottom instead"
    If you give up spin you give up something that's very useful for most players for something that may or may not be as useful to you.
    Not sure many amateurs realise that pro's generate much much more spin due to their higher clubhead speeds and better striking…so they can trade some of that for distance.
    Amateurs (or many of them) don't generate enough spin so for them to give up more of it just for a bit more distance is often a mistake.

  10. Hi Mark,
    Enjoy your Vlog's. I don't know where to start. Club mfg's keep changing club models, faster than I can keep up. They say their getting better, but with the PGA rules in place, I can not see how they would be able to. The prices of clubs are getting out of hand, that includes all golf equipment. I've been golfing for over forty years and I think its about time I retire, because I'm
    tired of the bull crap. If a fellow would take the time to add up all of his expenditures in a season, I think it would astonish him. It's totally ridiculous, and I've had enough. I will be following a few of the Vlog's just to stay in touch. Thanks Barry

  11. There has been improvements, but it's all about profits, that's why they come out with a new club every 6 months to a year. Remember all manufactures have to play within the parameters of the USGA and RNA. Rebound effect can only be .83 on drivers and grooves, ball specs. They lie to the consumer to make money and we pay big bucks because we think we can buy a game. Yes it can help you to a point if you get custom fit, but if you got a bad swing technology can only do so much. Once you find a good set of clubs, keep them until they are wore out. Just my thoughts, I'm done getting sucked into there lies and big dollars because of the pro contracts they have with them, they get millions so we pay big $$$$$$$$.

  12. I use an old (ish) set of TM muscle backs (TP MC's) from about 2011/12. I tried the new P790's and could see no discernable difference other than the jacked lofts.

  13. There's a huge disconnect in the world of Golf between what the pros are asking for, and what the average golfer needs……Therefore, the game will continue to decline as a result.

    Different equipment rules for amatures, and the touring pros is long overdue.

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