Mr. Short Game has a new Bunker Technique – Shallow not Steep to get your bunker game back in shape.
Conventional teaching generally has you take an open stance with an open club face and swing along the target line. This typically results in a steep attack angle, which doesn’t always work well in soft sand.
Bunker Technique – Shallow not Steep
Instead of a steep attack angle, why not use a shallow attack angle. To ingrain this new feeling, we’ll first practice the wrong technique to get the right result.
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