Pros Swinging Opposite Handed is Hypnotizing



 

Professional golf swings are a thing of beauty to watch. Seriously, next time you go to a PGA Tour event, head over to the range and have a seat. We promise you won’t be disappointed. But when you flip them around, they become almost hypnotizing. Thankfully, the folks at Skratch TV did us all a favor by putting together a compilation of some of the game’s biggest stars’ swings in reverse. Try to look away, we dare you! 

From Bubba Watson to Rickie Fowler, to even Tiger Woods, we get a chance to see what their swings would look like if they played from the opposite side of the ball. However, the winner may be Hideki Matsuyama simply due to the lefty club drop, even though he probably stuck the shot to a few feet anyways. 

Of course, there is one man who can swing it both ways in real life (pssst….Phil’s actually a righty.)

 

Actually, there are a few. Click over to the next page to see more.

[h.t Skratch]

 

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