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Tip of the Day

Getting Up and Down from a Greenside Bunker

One of the most common mistakes that most golfers make while playing a bunker shot, is that they shift their weight to their back foot when taking the club back. When you are in a bunker?or chipping from around the green for that matter?make sure that the majority of your weight is on your front foot at address?and keep it there throughout the swing. If you shift your weight to your back foot in a short abbreviated swing such as a chip or bunker shot, it will be very difficult to get your weight back to the ball. If you leave your weight on your back foot while playing a bunker shot, you?ll hit the shot much ?heavier? than you?d like, and you?ll likely leave the ball in the bunker.

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