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Given the unpredictability of your lie in the sand, it’s no wonder why controlling your distances is one of the most difficult parts of any bunker shot. The good news however is that with the proper setup, strategy, and execution, even us amateur golfers can start sticking our sand shots close to the pin.
In this episode of The Golf Podcast, hosts Frank & Mike discuss a few swing fundamentals and practice techniques you can use to develop confidence in your greenside bunker shots.
TUNE IN HERE
Last week we were privileged to watch some impressive golf at the Italian Open where Francisco Molinari, a player who hails from Italy, was able to come away with a victory for the second time in the tournament. He did so with a tremendous amount of scoring, defeating current Race to Dubai leader Danny Willett by a single stroke at 22-under-par. Now the European Tour will head to Germany for the 34th installment of the European Open. First being played in 1978, the event has called plenty of different venues home over a few different countries, and now will look to conquer the Golf Resort Bad Griesbach, a par-71 layout which features 7,188 yards of play.