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Are there more like these? A couple of guys video blog their round on a pretty course

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I'll need them for the snowy winter months.

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Cool post. I'll watch the rest later.

Yea, I agree these are fun. Zeph did this once, posted somewhere in the private forums, and I found that to be quite entertaining. Sean Miller did a 4 hole blog too I believe.

It'd be fun if more members did this. I've thought about it, but whenever I get to the course, I always feel awkward about lugging my tripod around.

I said this before on one of the SoCal thread I think, but I think it'd be pretty awesome if those guys -- or really any TST related outing -- video blogged a few holes for us here.

At least give us the first tee jitters shots, guys! :-D

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I'll need them for the snowy winter months.

His buddy, Mark Crossfield, does the same too. They have a few course with both of them in it. The most recent one is at Desert Springs in Spain. I haven't seen the one they posted over the weekend of playing with a 14 handicap, but I'll watch it soon.

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Gorilla James
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Love watching Mark Crossfield's videos, I subscribe on YouTube.
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not real golf, i didnt hear any swearing

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THE GORILLAAAAAAAA!

(Hear it in your mind with Mark Crossfield's accent)

I need to get around to watching "Gorilla James'" videos; been watching Crossfield for several months now. Mark takes it well when James outdrives him by 30-50 yards.

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those are some nice swings....and tight pants....

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I really like Mark's on-course videos, because there's a lot of discussion about what clubs they're choosing and why, different approaches they could take, etc. And there's PLENTY of pretty funny ribbing going on.

The recent vids mentioned above with a 14 handicapper playing with them (Mim) were quite good as well. She's dealing with a fade/slice, so a lot of her shots were preceded by Mark and her discussing how best to play the shot so a big fade wouldn't hurt her too much. Very informative stuff.

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THE GORILLAAAAAAAA!

(Hear it in your mind with Mark Crossfield's accent)

I need to get around to watching "Gorilla James'" videos; been watching Crossfield for several months now. Mark takes it well when James outdrives him by 30-50 yards.

Gorilla's channel didn't get that productive until recent when he started doing his own course tours. His previous videos just show him power hitting a few clubs and weightlifting, but that's about it.

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