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Course Vlog – Live playing lesson with Stephen Hutchins. Alistair Davies golf gives advice to a 13 handicapper on course. Filmed at the Forest of Arden. Great insight in how to play on the course.

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Comments

Joe Boyle says:

Very informative Alistair – thanks for this excellent approach to helping your viewers to improve their golf. Well done to Stephen for stepping up to the challenge.

david fee says:

Excellent course vlog Alistair – very informative

brian kurek says:

Thanks this is great. I wish you were offering more opportunities for subscribers to have a lessons like this. (p.s Do you offer chargeable lessons like this if so i'm interested). Also would you think this guy would benefit from hybrids..3/4/5. ?

jasper7golf says:

Thanks Alistair,enjoyed the session and took away a few thoughts, think confident

Mat Poade says:

yeah I'd have gone for it over right edge of the water at the tree. Think club selection was wrong if he hit his 5iron on the 15th short.

Combobulate says:

All very well being the type of player that goes for it but a 175 shot (playing 180 dos of cold) is over water is just not realistic for a 13 handicap. Stats on tour pros from this distance show only about 65 percent for greens hit so would imagine it's down in the 30's for a 13 handicap. Got to play the percentages in this game. A knock up the right leaving a shot about 20 to 30 yards would leave a chance to leave a putt inside 10 feet for par and eliminate double

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