Golf Tips : How To Play Bunker Shots

Visit www.BreakParGolfTips.com for further golf tips on how to break par. This video explains how to play long and short greenside bunker shots. The video demonstrates how to play to two different pins, one is 15 yards from the bunker and the other 35 yards. Most amateurs would play a sand wedge for the shorter shot and then try to play the longer shot by simply trying to hit the sand wedge harder. John Richardson recommends playing a wedge for the 35 yard shot. As a rule of thumb you can say a bunker shot will go a third of the distance of how far you strike the ball off the fairway. The same principles of an open stance, open club face and playing aggressively two inches between the ball still apply, you are simply using a different club from your sand wedge. If you have a 50 yard short you should experience with using an eight iron. This way you can build confidence and instead of just trying to get the ball out you are trying to get it close. Visit http for further golf tips on how to break par. This video explains a couple of tips on how to hit bunker shots. John Richardson recommends playing a wedge for the 35 yard shot. As a rule of thumb you can say a bunker shot will go a third of the distance of how far you strike the ball off the fairway. The same principles of an open stance, open club face and playing aggressively two inches between the ball still apply, you are simply using a different club from your sand wedge. The second tip acknowledges that playing out <b>…</b>