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BACKHAND APPROACH SHOT (1:00)

In this Sweet Spot, USPTA Professional Mark Bey offers technical tips on how to hit an effective backhand approach shot. He discusses the knee bend, keeping the hands and shoulders level, and moving through the shot. (Mark Bey ) | 25293 Views






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