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WHEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE YOUR GOLF CLUBS, Mark Crossfield talks about changing his golf clubs and what he goes through to make him swap a golf club out of his golf bag. A very common questions that Mark is asked day in day out is when the right time to change your driver or your irons or your putter and Mark talks about the key points when it come to choosing a new driver that might help you play better golf.

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  1. Been enjoying your videos for a few years now. But honestly the hip hop grooves and synced up spoken word style production is ruining it for me. Find myself closing the video before it finishes ๐Ÿ™ Hope you figure it out Mark. Not everyone wants to hear a locked groove over top their videos.

  2. Mark, you're already a good enough putter that I don't believe the new stick is going to change much.

  3. on monday i became the new owner of a set of iblades ๐Ÿค— because i am ready for this type of club

  4. I change clubs for a few reasons:

    1. New equipment – looks is a big deal with golf equipment. You have to feel comfortable. If a new iron set or driver comes out that i feel more comfortable looking over, I may make the jump.

    2. New ideas – Sometimes i think i could do with changing the lofts on my wedges to better suit gaps, or maybe swapping out that 3 – iron to a hybrid.

    3. Results – kinda goes hand in hand with new ideas, if i see improvements in shots made i will switch.

  5. I'm 14 and use a full set of Wilson d100 and a #7 odyssey Versa putter.I have my eyes on m2 woods and irons and want to keep my putter. I want to change my wilsons as I think 17 handicap is as low as I can get with those clubs.

  6. I have a set of Ben Hogan blades from the 90's..the sweet spot on them is like the size of a dime.

  7. Mark, Nice to meet your wife! Have watched your videos for several years; a little ways fun and interesting. Must say that, as a middle-aged guy only now getting "serious" about trying to improve, it's clear that the really good players are those who had the good fortune to have a father or coach who taught them for free when they were kids or teens. The notion of paying $80/hr or more as an adult to learn driving, draws, fades, downhill lies, ball above the feet, sand shots, backspin, and putting. . .well, one would go broke trying to get better at something that, at the end of the day, really isn't of any import: to wit, plopping a ball into a home with a few less strokes than one's pals. Enjoy it if you're already good, but how can a middle-aged hacker really justify the expense and bother? Cheers. P.S. Tennis is far more learnable for the average adult!

  8. Mark, I have Mizuno MX 17 Irons that are at least 12 years old. Has the technology changed enough to upgrade them? I have hit the Taylormade M1 Irons really well at the local golf shop. I haven't gotten fitted completely because I am not sure if itย is worth it.

  9. I want to change do to me out playing my box set that I got to make sure I would play golf and enjoy it again

  10. Number 9, Number 9, Number 9…#Beatles White Album โœŒ๏ธ

    Q: Why don't women need a watch?
    A: There's a clock on the stove! ๐Ÿ˜‚

  11. Im a bloke who buys a set and keeps them for years. I dont run to the golf shops or pro for clubs if im struggling, I get lessons. Amazes me how many people spend ยฃ300 on a driver or tinkering with their sets but balk at paying ยฃ20 to se a pro. Ive had my Adams for 8 years and they are battered now ( i play about 70 -100 rounds a year) but hasnt stopped me playing offf a cat 1 hadicap. Im changing mine because I need to. Quite excited about getting a new set though๐Ÿ˜Š

  12. Hey Mark ! Know this is an older post but was the perfect opportunity to ask the question ! Few years ago the Taylormade Burner was one of the best driver on the market . Would it stand up to the new drivers out there ? If not then who is the new top dog in drivers . Maybe a side by side comparison of the Burner vs the Epic or even the G400 ? Would love to get your view on this older driver versus some of the newer ones on the market . Thanks !