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KNUTSFORD GOLF CLUB – Double Up Match – Rick Shiels, Matt Fryer, Me – PART 1

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In this video me, Rick Shiels and Matt Fryer take to the lovely Knutsford Golf Club in Cheshire for a 9-hole double up match!

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31 thoughts on “KNUTSFORD GOLF CLUB – Double Up Match – Rick Shiels, Matt Fryer, Me – PART 1

  1. Rick, I understand you guys are working with a new camera setup and so far I think it's working out great! As for the imbeciles commenting that they will have to unsubscribe due to poor cinematography, well…BYE! Seriously folks, they are GOLFERS not Hollywood directors! Also, this was just a friendly outing between good friends, i.e. they were not too terribly concerned with production quality. Now, if this was a video on instruction or helpful tips then, yes, I would expect a certain level of professionalism with the video quality. But, it wasn't. It was just a video of a few guys having a few laughs and playing some good golf. So, get over it.

  2. Don't like this format as it's flawed. You can't get an albatros or a triple bogie. I think the format would work better if you just went to the next score i.e birdie becomes an eagle, eagle becomes an albatros etc and the same going the other way. Par is par of course.

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