Brooks Koepka's new CACK-HANDED golf swing improves his ball striking

Brooks Koepka has opted for a new golf swing drill ahead of his bid to win a three consecutive US Open title at Pebble Beach. 

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Tue, 11 Jun 2019


Brooks Koepka has recently adopted a CACK-HANDED golf swing during practice in order to continually improve his ball striking. 


Koepka, 29, is bidding to win a fifth major title in his last nine major starts at this week's US Open at Pebble Beach.

He is also looking for an historic threepeat that would emulate Willie Anderson back in 1905.  



According to Koepka's short game coach Pete Cowen, the two-time US Open champion is "teaching himself a full release of the club by forcing the body to rotate through the shot" when hitting shots cack-handed on the range.

Koepka's regular coach Claude Harmon was recently axed from Dustin Johnson's team following a five-year partnership. 



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