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  • Use multiple sand wedges–PW (48degrees of loft) Gap (52 degrees of loft) SW (56 degrees) & Lob (60 degrees)
  • Each sand wedge has “Bounce” on the bottom of the sand wedge that skips the ball out of the sand bunker-Never dig it out-swing it out!
  • Swing smooth and easy.
  • Sand shots require a more vertical motion like drawing the letter “V”(clubhead)
  • The motion is inside to inside NOT out side to inside.
  • Hard sand use less bounce, 4-6 degrees.
  • Soft sand use more bounce, 8-12 or more degrees
  • Longer bunker shots use a 52 degree (lower)
  • Short bunker shots use a 56 or 60 degree (high)
  • Set-Up:Pick the correct wedge according to sand tecture and length of shot.
  • Stance open to about 40 degrees-beginners stay square.(Left)
  • Sand wedge slightly open–allows golfer to utilize more bounce.
  • Ball position slightly forward (or middle)
  • Weight on left foot slightly (75% left foot)
  • Swing:Swing twice as hard compared to a pitch shot. (drag takes place)
  • Hit about two inches behind ball. (see” egg drill”)
  • Complete the finish-like a full golf swing.
  • Don’t lift-it-out—let the clubhead do it.
  • REMEMBER the shaft finishes vertical or slightly right of the target–never release and swing the club head around your body