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Bunker-tips

Thinking of Lower Scores?

Momentum Gary Player Golf Experience's Gabba Wessels, an AA Class PGA professional with more than 7 years teaching experience offers advice on THE IDEAL BUNKERS SETUP… THE N-FRAME Aim your club face at the target or flag. Your feet should be slightly open to the target. Your swing path should follow your feet. Dig your feet to get closer to the sand and to create nice balance...

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Stephs Short Game Tip

Take a seat...Here is a great drill to get the feel of a stable lower body in the sand:Practice hitting bunker shots while sitting on a chair or stool. This will force you to not use your lower body and swing the arms and release the club.  ...

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Getting out of a greenside bunker

You know you must hit the sand first, but you end up taking too much sand. Sound familiar? Follow this simple prescription to get the ball out and put an end to your bunker woes: Open your clubface at address by setting it open before gripping – this will allow your club to ‘bounce’ and take less sand. Keep your weight on your left side throughout the swing and your head ah...

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STEEPER ANGLE OF ATTACK IN THE BUNKERS

STEEPER ANGLE OF ATTACK IN THE BUNKERS...

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Dealing With Awkward Lies In The Sand

Most golfers find it difficult to deal with up-slopes, down-slopes & plugged lies in the bunker. If you struggle with these, Scotty has some practical advice to help you cope better with these bunker shots.Ball is lying on an up-slope:    Firstly, align your shoulders parallel to the slope, in other words your left shoulder will be higher than your right. (PIC 1)  &nbs...

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The secret behind long bunker shots

Do you face the dreaded 30-40m long bunker shot with trepidation, simply because you don’t have a method to play this most demanding of short game situations? The long bunker shot need not fill you with anxiety – correct club selection, along with a relatively minor change in technique can ensure efficient execution for you time after time. First up, Scotty advises that you must be s...

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