In this video you will learn how to hit a shot with low trajectory. PGA professional Trent Wearner demonstrates the setup and swing adjustments you need to make to hit a low shot. By learning to hit a low trajectory shot you’ll be prepared for adverse weather condition like wind and rain. You’ll also be able to hit ball really low so that you can go under a tree or obstacle.
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