Playing Golf With A Corkball | 6 Hole Challenge
Hope y’all enjoy this fun challenge of me playing golf with a corkball! This game started in St. Louis, Missouri where I was born. I wanted to share part of where I’m from. The best comparison I can give to explain this sport is to combine baseball and cricket. The first shot I take in the video was the very first shot I ever attempted with a golf club and corkball. This was fun!
Corkball 101: Game 1
Batting Drill: Picking Length
Monty Desai ( coaches a young batsmen with a drill to help him better watch the ball and pick length.
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DT Baits || How to Roll Corkball Pop Ups
In this video Tom McGregor of DT Baits explains his method for making the perfect high attract, corkball pop up.
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Corkball Hitting Drill - Become A Better Hitter
Corkballs are designed to improve a baseball player's hitting skills. Here's how: Their shape allows the Corkball to dip, curve, and dive when thrown to the hitter. The flight of the Corkball combined with its small size will sharpen the hitter's concentration level and hitting skills. Players love to hit Corkballs. Corkballs are the most exciting hitting device on the market. They sound just like a real baseball when struck with a bat....
Pop-Ups - How to roll Corkballs || Carp Fishing
Following on from my previous video I decided to put together this one detailing just how easy it is to roll your own Corkball Pop-Ups with the Corkball Kits from Baitworks.
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What's the difference between Cricket balls? Two American's travel to Australia to learn for themselves.
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***Carp Fishing TV*** How To Make Corkball Swirls
Like to experiment with your hook baits and offer the carp something different? Here's a sequence on how to make some special multi-coloured hook baits.
Rolling Your Own Cork Ball Pop Ups & Balanced Bottom Baits
Here's a great step by step guide on how to roll your own cork ball pop ups and balanced bottom baits.
Corkball 101: Game 2
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CC Moore - CorkBall - Nicolas Levine
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Make Your Own Cork Ball Pop-Ups
Jim Shelley shows you how to make the same deadly cork ball pop-ups that have accounted for so many big fish for him.
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Kookaburra Cricket Ball Manufacture Video
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Bait making tips for a one egg pop-up mix with Graham Rowland
So we are making a simple milk protein pop-up mix from feedstim.com With one 45ml egg, 2ml hemp oil to help roller the bait and 5ml of cherry flavouring, plus three drops of sweetener (should have been 2).
Please treat this video light hearted as it’s just about having some fun while learning.
It’s not a how to demonstrate bullet point video at all but you will learn a few tricks along the way.
Mix the liquids first (including the egg) and then add the pop-up mix until it’s very firm by mixing in a bowl.
Roll and boil for two minutes is basically it.
Not revolutionary but it’s not about showing off but having fun while enjoying this hobby of ours.
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Carp Bait - Corn Bread Boilie #4 - Popup
This will show you some techniques I use to make popups for my boilies. I really like the corn boilie popup that is incorporated with the plain popup mix but I love to take some soft dough as well and wrap a cork ball, this works really good if you don’t have small critters like turtles or bream pecking at the bait and if the dough is pecked off at least the cork ball is still there to catch a fish. The recipe calls for powder eggs but if you don’t have any you can just add regular eggs to the dry mix until you have a nice dough.
Corkball - Baseball Hitting Aid
Corkballs are designed to improve a baseball player's hitting skills.
Their shape allows the Corkball to dip, curve, and dive when thrown to
the hitter. The flight of the Corkball combined with its small size will
sharpen the hitter's concentration level and hitting skills.
Players love to hit Corkballs. Corkballs are the most exciting hitting
device on the market. They sound just like a real baseball when
struck with a bat. Therefore, players will use Corkballs often, thus
becoming better hitters.
Additional Corkball Bullet Points
Corkballs can be used for indoor training during winter months.
Corkballs are virtually indestructible and can be used on wet field
conditions when traditional baseballs can not be spared for batting
Corkballs only travel around 100 feet making them ideal for small
playing fields and backyard use.
Corkballs sound just like a real baseball when hit, making batting
practice more enjoyable.
Corkballs can be hit with a traditional baseball bat or a broom stick
Corkballs can be thrown straight, or made to curve, dip and dive,
simply by gripping the Corkball in various positions.
High School and College Coaches - CORKBALLS are convenient for
indoors use when hitting outside is impossible. It is a great hitting tool that
can be used in your school gym when the batting cage is not available, or set
up both a CORKBALL and batting machine stations. CORKBALLS are also
great for ball toss. Use the Corkball bat and make hitting even more of a
challenge. In short, CORKBALLS are a great baseball training device for
high school and college ballplayers.
Little League Coaches - CORKBALLS are great when there is no field to
take pre-game batting practice. Simply go out into the outfield and give your
team the pre-game swings they need. Since the average 10-12 year old
players can hit the cork approximately 75 feet, very little room is required to
hit CORKBALLS. CORKBALLS are perfect when the field is wet and you
don't want to ruin your baseballs. Water will not damage or affect
When I was a kid, the greatest backyard baseball game my brother and I
played every day was a form of corkball - we wrapped tape around a cork.
The problem was the tape would get wet and ruin, and the weight always
varied, making our 'ball' very inconsistent to throw and hit. With Corkball, the
balls are all the same and the PVC leather is virtually indestructible. Without
a doubt playing Corkball helped us improve as hitters and it was loads of
fun. - L. Blanco, former New York Yankees minor league catcher.