09 April 2010 Last Updated: 08 July 2013

By Gareth Johnston

When you find yourself in a greenside bunker, the key to consistent results is to find a good set-up position. A great checkpoint to achieve in your address is a cupping of the left wrist, which is the angle between the forearm and the back of the left hand.

Master this tip, as explained in this golf video tip from TG Elite Teaching Pro Gareth Johnston, plus a couple of other set-up necessities to get up and down out of sand more often.


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