July

  • How To Avoid Leaving The Ball In The Bunker

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Wednesday, 30 July 2008

    Leaving the ball in a bunker is costly. Especially if you don't get out second time either. Most golfers fail to splash out of sand first time because they aren't using their sand wedge correctly. Instead of opening up the face they leave it square. That causes the leading edge of the wedge to dig into the sand, hitting too heavy...

  • Pot Bunker Golf Lesson

    Written by Dan Frost on Monday, 14 July 2008

    Hitting the ball into a pot bunker is common on links courses and it can be difficult to strike it out. The key to getting the ball out of a pot bunker is down to the type of club used, stance and shot angle. Keeping the body low is essential to force the ball out of the bunker. PGA Pro Dan Frost explains all in this...