What if you could take a short-game lesson from a Hall of Famer?
Well, in a sense, you can. Watch above as golf legend Lee Trevino talks about and demonstrates short-game alignment for a few minutes.
Trevino was one of the best of his era, a player who battled and beat Jack Nicklaus and others en route to six major championship victories. Following Sam Snead and Tom Watson, Trevino is the third golf pro emeritus at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
Lee was a short-game artist in his heyday. It helped him close out two British Opens (see below).
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