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jbrunkjbrunk Central Illinois 680WRX Points: 145Handicap: 11Members Posts: 680 Golden Tee
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Taking a break from Crossfield, Shiels, and the like; I’m gonna start watching Larry Cheung Golf (from the beginning). I dig his teaching style, having just watched a few live lessons so far. Anyone else gone down this particular YouTube rabbit hole?

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    Might as well watch Larry David if you are trying to learn from YouTube! I’ve watched crossfield for years and actually credit him for getting my game out of exhibition mode and into the real deal. however, I have only learned maybe 8 real things from crossfield . And 100 or more from a real PGA teacher . So there ya go. Maybe some lessons are in order.

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    Played comp today not bad but not good enough. Definitely some fitness issues at the moment in using the ground.

    Youtube golf instruction video
    only shows a ball distance or direction
    of about 3 inches

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