He made a video to that effect, yes. I put it on par with certain other companies that say, "Company X didn't submit their product for this test, BUT THAT'S OK! We went out and bought their product because we care about you getting the info!"Isn't Crossfield the guy that went full douchebag because TaylorMade wouldn't send him their stuff for free?
I don't think I ever implied that he's the only person where its happens. But thanks a ton for assuming.He made a video to that effect, yes. I put it on par with certain other companies that say, "Company X didn't submit their product for this test, BUT THAT'S OK! We went out and bought their product because we care about you getting the info!"
Relationships change, marketing departments and their means and ends ebb and flow and people say and do what they need to to drive traffic. Acting like he's the only person where this happens and the only entity that throws a fit about it is silly.
his review of the xxio was pretty decent though. He increases head speed, spin was favorable for him, and I think he liked thedispersion he also mentioned liking the smaller grip due to his smaller hands haha.im surprised, but not totally shocked. Dan loved the z785 driver when it came out and Mark really liked the performance of the Cleveland driver other than sound. with him picking up some swing speed im surprised hes playing the XXIO
I'm a Crossfield fan so I could be biased. He picked the best setup for his game. If the Z-Forged blade from 6-7 wasn't any better on spin or dispersion than the Z785, then there is no need to lose the slightly extra forgiveness of the cavity back iron.So recently he did a blade iron video where he seemed to have a go at Srixon due to the low spinning nature of the Z-Forged blade, and picked the Titleist as his favourite, yet he is now signing a deal with Srixon and put some of the blades in his bag
I said it from the start that as soon as they sign a club sponsorship deal with someone they lose all credibility in my eyes