Shot and sand

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In order to escape a greenside bunker, many golfers, especially those amateurs, always try to use a putter to go, but they may never have the idea about the situation, actualy, this kind of move requires a firm sand, no feature a lip as the bunker is, and more, a decent lie.

However, sometimes we are ready, and the environment is not ready. But if you still want to putt, then maybe you can shot for two times from the same place.

From your clean lie, address the ball as you normally would with a putter on the green, with your weight centered over both feet and with your standard putting grip. Play the ball back in your stance, which will help prevent touching the sand through impact. Try to catch all ball and make no sand, striking the upper hemisphere of the golf ball with the putterface.

The off-center strike and spin from the hop will reduce the speed of the ball, so give it a good hit. With a little practice, you’ll find that this shot reigns supreme and nearly takes out all the guesswork from low-lipped bunker shots.

Just like old saying goes, know your enemy more, and you have more chance to win. So, in golf, if you can know your situation better, you are more likely to hit a good ball. No matter your Red Wood is how awesome, without it, you still can win.