Everything you should know about a golfer’s enemy; the sand!

Ask any golfer what's their worst enemy in golf, and they'll give you one common answer: sand. To other players (specially the amateurs), this might be an easy part of the game but still a lot of golfers do treat the sand like a nightmare. This is simply because the pros understand how to manage sand properly and actually use the sand to their advantage. When hitting from a bunker, there are two things that you should try to do above all else. First, strike the sand with the bottom of the clubhead (the sole) about two inches behind the ball. Second, create a divot from one to one and a half inches in depth.

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Source: GolfTipsMag; RealFeelGolfMats

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