How Adam Scott reduced his scores in tournament play
When I think of the efficient swing, a swing which comes to mind is Adam Scott. Adam Scott was the World No. 1 ranked golfer,
from mid-May to August 2014. He has won 27 professional tournaments around the world. Adam Scott’s biggest win to date
was the 2013 Masters Tournament, his first major championship and the first Masters won by an Australian in its 77-year history.
Other significant wins include the 2004 Players Championship and the 2011 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Adam Scott was the runner-up in the 2012 Open Championship, leading by four strokes with four holes to play before bogeying
all of them to lose the title by a stroke to Ernie Els.
I believe, to be the best, we need to learn from the best.
I found this video on the TPI website on how Adam reduced his scores in tournament play with this early morning adjustment.
I hope it will give you the edge on your competition.
Click on Adam Scott’s picture
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