September

  • Improve Your Bunker Distance Control

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Monday, 22 September 2008

    A good bunker player doesn't even need to watch their shot to know whether it has gone close to the pin. They can tell just from the connection made with the sand. The amount of sand you take, the depth of the sand and the connection with the sand will ultimately determine how far the ball travels. A great drill to improve...

  • Fairway Wood From Sand Video Tip

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Thursday, 4 September 2008

    Matchplay is one of those occasions which can force you into a situation on the golf course. If your opponent has hit the green already and you have found a fairway bunker then you simply have to go for it, even it that means using a fairway wood to get there. A couple of simple tips will see you right. Follow...

  • Green Side Bunker Tip

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Tuesday, 2 September 2008

    Some of the games in Ryder Cup history have produced amazing bunker shots at crucial stages, literally changing the whole balance of the match. If you can learn to be a good bunker player it can be a lethal weapon in your armoury - and it all comes down to controlling the depth of sand you take. TG Top 12 Teaching Professional...