GOLF: [Video:2 of 2] Two KEYS To Avoid Hitting Behind The Ball (With Scratch Golf Academy)
What an awesome day with Adam Bazalgette at the Mediterra Club in Naples, Florida!
Check out Scratch Golf Academy (if you don’t already) for some awesome videos from Adam and for the second half of this video series!
While in Florida, we teamed with Adam Bazalgette, host of the popular Scratch Golf Academy YouTube Channel, for a series of videos. Adam has been the SW Florida PGA teach of the year twice, is a 27 year Class A PGA Member, was the director of the David Leadbetter Golf Academy for 13 years, and has taught numerous players that have competed on PGA, LPGA, PGA Champions Tour, and Canadian Tour. Adam has also appeared on the Golf Channel numerous times. Be sure to check out Adam’s Scratch Golf Academy YouTube channel and his website at
For this video, Adam and I are spreading the knowledge across BOTH of our channels. In this video, Adam and I will take you through one of the keys you can use – namely focusing on your trail arm and wrist – to stop hitting behind the ball.
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