Challenge: Play 3 Holes Of Bogey Golf Switch-Handed

Earlier this week, SwingU instructor and trick shot artist Josh Kelley explained how you can flip your club over and hit the ball switch-handed to get out of a tough spot. Now, he’s turned it into a challenge.

Playing three holes at Atlantic City Country Club, Kelley’s Friday Challenge was to see if he could manage to play bogey golf on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th holes at Atlantic City Country by flipping his right-handed clubs upside down and swinging left-handed.

Having hit a few shots on the range left-handed, Kelley had an idea of how to play the shots, but the squirrely mishits were what caused him the most trouble. Check out the video above to see if he was able to play those three holes in 3-over par.


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