It was back to playing a round - of golf - for supermodel Claudia Schiffer and film producer boyfriend Matthew Vaughn in Majorca this week as the couple continue with their lessons. However, British film producer Vaughn's mind may have been on football rather than on golf. Vaughn, who owns the production company SKA Films with Guy Ritchie and produced Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, has also produced the former Wimbledon football star Vinnie Jones's latest movie. Jones's new soccer film is set to be released on Boxing Day. The Mean Machine, in which Jones plays a former professional footballer, is a remake of The Longest Yard, but set in a British prison, completed filming at the end of June. Jones plays a former player who is pressed into leading a team of prisoners against abusive guards. One eyewitness who saw the couple practicing their swings, said that Vaughn was apparently taking pots shots at the gang of photographers, “but as he is still learning, none of balls managed to hit the press, although he has a fine swing.” The couple are expected to remain on Majorca at Schiffer's Camp de Mar villa for the next few weeks.


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