Playing an alternate shot format leaves golfers a little uneasy. After all, a typical round of golf allows for only one scapegoat, while playing with a partner brings a whole other mental challenge into the mix.
While tempers can run hot when you’re only hitting half of the shots, SwingU instructor has only himself to blame should anything go poorly. Kelley played three holes of alternate shot with his mirror image: himself using left-handed clubs. The goal was to play a par-3, par-4 and par-5 in 1-over par. Watch above to see if he could pull it off.