Never heard of them, so no.
I've not heard of TXG - will check them out, thanks for the pointer.
My favourite by far is Shawn Clement. The series where he revisited the basics with his daughter was fantastic - especially as she swings it left-handed (same as me) - I didn't have to keep mentally reversing everything (right hand this, left foot that, etc.).
In general, I really enjoy his style and have learned a lot from the videos he puts out.
In my old (2008) Ogio Edge bag:
Mizuno JPX850 Driver, stock shaft
Titleist 915F, 15* Oban Kiyoshi Purple
Ping G30 Hybrid, 19*
Srixon z565/765 combo set; 4-6, 7-P
Mizuno MP-T10 wedges, 52/56/60
Odyssey White Hot #2 CS
TXG is a great channel, I also love golfholics though
TXG is the most informative channel on. Ian is a golf encyclopedia. Matt is a topgolf pro.
Great content for those in the market for clubs. Hands down.
i think TXG offers the most comprehensive approach, all numbers based if you're into it but they really offer the best objective view... i really like SASGOLF, Golf sidekick, fried eggs golf, Alex Etches. I think Crossfields/Shiels are good too but Crossfields gets all philosophical about the game and really does a mind-Fu** on you sometimes and i also feel like he is a semi D bag to his mates. Shiels.... has some fun content sometime but his new video edits are cheese x10...
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