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    APPROACH SHOTS BIGGEST MISTAKES with PGA professional Mark Crossfield AskGolfGuru. Mark talks approach play and how to improve your golf game and lower your scores with real on course advice, tips and instruction. Simple ides that could change the way you think about your golf swing and your golf game in today's Daily Vlog.

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    1. Great vid Mark, especially poignant now winter is upon us and it’s all about how far you carry the ball, because it’s not going to roll much if at all.

    2. My father was born in England but lives and plays in Australia,after having several cancerous spots surgically removed from his scalp and ears he now uses spf50 and wears a wide brim hat anytime he is out.Good message to get out.

    3. Nope… no Sunscreen. I instead use an Umbrella attached to my Cart. Throw in my Drink holder and Speaker system (Bluetooth from Phone) I rock those Hot West Coast Summer Days.

    4. Proud to say I carry 3 rinky dinks in my bag 💪🏻🤘 also wear sunscreen 🧴 I’ve been known to spray people down with sunblock when they refuse to put it on 🤣

    5. I like to play a practice round with 3 clubs removed from my bag , chosen by my playing partner and then get creative and have to think of different ways to get the best results. I haven’t had a set of irons for three weeks just a seven, six and four iron, 3 wood, driver and rescue with my sand wedge and lob wedge, surprisingly good results all told , I think it makes me think more about what I am doing and how and why in various conditions etc.

    6. I'm a die hard Ping guy. All my clubs are Ping….except my rincky dink 4 hybrid. My trusty old nickent 4 hybrid. Its my 180 ish stroke saver. Out of the rough, funky lie, fairway finder. Found it in the club house for 10 dollars. Great video

    7. In Australia, you should probably lather it up every 3 holes, even in winter. But usually twice, sometimes once per round is ok.

    8. Lovely Video! Forgive me for butting in, I would appreciate your opinion. Have you researched – Paneevelyn Swinging Clubsman (probably on Google)? It is an awesome one of a kind product for revealing an effortless golf swing technique minus the normal expense. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my good mate called Gray at last got amazing results with it.

    9. Completely agree with the hybrid ideas. It was always a weakness of my game and costing me scores that I always thought I could not hit my 5 iron or 4 hybrid. So if I had 180 left in the best I could hope for was a 6 iron. Pitch, and 2 putts. Now I can’t get my 5 iron there, and 4 hybrid a bit further and I’m doing much better for it!

    10. 3 hours later, I'm still watching, you edit your videos with a great deal of engagement, I seriously need to go to bed now

    11. I never use sunscreen. I'm 60 + years old. When I lived in higher elevation (8600 ft.) and raced bicycles I used SPF 30 but now I'm @ 500 ft. elevation and never get a sunburn

    12. Great stuff, as usual. No, I do not wear "sun cream", though I know I should. You're great, and your very practical and logical insights into our sport are refreshing and useful! I just wish you spoke American – I often feel that I need an interpreter! Kidding (a little)

    13. I always put sunscreen on before I play. But I'm very bad about reapplying it in the middle of the round unless someone reminds me.
      I actually got made fun of for putting on sunscreen in more than one occasion. One guy asked if I was afraid I wouldn't be pretty anymore if I got a tan. I told him I didn't want skin cancer.

    14. You are exactly right about the hybrids. i lose alot of strokes from making mistakes at 170-200 yards. please talk more about things us higher handicaps can do to take off a few strokes.

    15. I had taylormade rbladez and was carrying the 7 165ish, tested on gc2 and have since changed to some mp54s, my 7 carrys about 155 now, but i dont have to worry as much about crazy roll they tend to stop far quicker, and I am not even good, i think the biggest mistake people make is relying too much on those tested numbers and not factoring, slope, wind, lie etc into the club decisions, thats my biggest problem anyway.

    16. I completely agree about the 180-200 yard shot. I'm sure it will come as no shock to you, I've dropped a consistent 4-6 shots a round since I started focusing more "range practice" on my clubs in this yard. I've bought probably 3-4 hybrids since I bought my last driver (Titleist 913 D3), my driver is my comfort zone, I know the club and how I hit it

    17. I'm a 14 handicap and carry 7 iron 155. My process is to play yardage to the back of the green carry-wise. From 185-215 hybrids have made a huge difference. I hit all five par threes in regulation last round (185-200) playing to the back of the greens.