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EUROPEAN TOUR PLAYER ON THE COURSE LESSONS

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Mark Crossfield follows Scott Jameison during his practice round at the Scottish Open this year. Watch how Scott practices on the course what he tries to achieve during a practice round and what he is working on in his golf swing and with his driver. Learn from the best golfers in the world with simple and easy to follow golf tips golf instruction and golf lessons with Mark Crossfield’s golf videos. Practicing on the golf course is as important as on the range and when it comes to improving your tee shots and hitting longer and better drives making sure your driver works on the range and the course will only help you become a better golfer.

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  1. Nice video Mark and I love to play or play practice in light rain, not too cold as the course is usually empty and I can play in 3 hours. I agree that the combination of range and on course practice is best but I’ve been more range averse in my adult life. Pounded many balls when young but now prefer a few warm up shots and then play practice on the course for many of my non-competitive rounds. My issue is, I’m old and so dealing with a body that can’t do what it used to (in terms of speed and distance as well as feel) is the biggest variable. My brain still tells me to hit the 7 from 160 but that isn’t the mean distance for that club now. We older players have slightly different issues than younger chaps.

  2. Amazing level of focus to remain that unaffected by the elements. What kind of grips do they slide on their clubs to deal with the rain?

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