Four Greenside Bunker Techniques (Video)
Four Greenside Bunker Techniques (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Bunkers will often cause golfers confusion in terms of the key things that they should be thinking about as they approach a bunker shot. I wanna try and help you today with four really key fundamental points that are going to help you play better bunker shots. I'm going to try and work on these in a really memorable fashion. So we're going to work on big open open and aggressive. Now the big refers to the big swing so you saw for the shot I've hit there the shots probably only gone fifteen paces but the swing I made was a much bigger swing it was quite all long back swinging quite a long follow through Certainly if I was standing on grass and made that length of swing that ball would have gone too far. So we're thinking this concept of big in the swing and then we've got open open open open refers to opening the club face and opening the stamps. Now an open club face will twist to the right for the right had a golfer that adds more loft and adds more bounce and open stance actually twist to the left.

So we open the feet to point one way we open the club to point another way and the ball will come out largely between those two lines. So that's big open open big swing open face open stance and the last one is aggressive and this work particularly on the idea of the right hand be nice and aggressive nice and you know committed through the impact area and I think committed an aggressive quite important. We see so many golfers do the open face open stance big swing and then they stop through impact in the decelerate and the ball will stay in the bunker and they won't get great contact we want to make sure that this aggressive nature of the follow through relies on a nice big follow through as well and quite aggressive right hand action. So there's the big swing open face open stance and aggressive right hand through impact remember those four words next time your play in bunkers shots and hopefully you'll have more success in the sand traps.

2018-09-10

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Bunkers will often cause golfers confusion in terms of the key things that they should be thinking about as they approach a bunker shot. I wanna try and help you today with four really key fundamental points that are going to help you play better bunker shots. I'm going to try and work on these in a really memorable fashion. So we're going to work on big open open and aggressive. Now the big refers to the big swing so you saw for the shot I've hit there the shots probably only gone fifteen paces but the swing I made was a much bigger swing it was quite all long back swinging quite a long follow through Certainly if I was standing on grass and made that length of swing that ball would have gone too far. So we're thinking this concept of big in the swing and then we've got open open open open refers to opening the club face and opening the stamps. Now an open club face will twist to the right for the right had a golfer that adds more loft and adds more bounce and open stance actually twist to the left.

So we open the feet to point one way we open the club to point another way and the ball will come out largely between those two lines. So that's big open open big swing open face open stance and the last one is aggressive and this work particularly on the idea of the right hand be nice and aggressive nice and you know committed through the impact area and I think committed an aggressive quite important. We see so many golfers do the open face open stance big swing and then they stop through impact in the decelerate and the ball will stay in the bunker and they won't get great contact we want to make sure that this aggressive nature of the follow through relies on a nice big follow through as well and quite aggressive right hand action. So there's the big swing open face open stance and aggressive right hand through impact remember those four words next time your play in bunkers shots and hopefully you'll have more success in the sand traps.