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3 Common Golf Bunker Shot Mistakes You Are Making (BUNKER TIPS)


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If you are struggling to get out of greenside bunkers, have no idea how to approach a greenside bunker shot, or just have an overall fear of greenside bunker shots, these bunker tips will help you erase some common golf swing mistakes. To Purchase a Rimer Short Game Trainer, visit: In this video, we touch base on the 3 most common reasons we see the average golfer struggling to play bunker shots, as well as some simple solutions to help you get out of the bunker on the first shot! Ball Position – when it comes to greenside bunkers, golfers tend to have improper ball position when they set up to hit the shot. Length of Swing – amateur golfers tend to be a little timid with their golf swing when hitting a greenside bunker shot, which leads to a short swing that doesn’t get the ball out of the bunker. Pressure on the feet – golfers may start with a proper weight distribution at address, but once they start the swing, they tend to move the weight back to try getting some air on their shot, which leads to poor contact and a bad shot. Luckily, with a little direction and practice, greenside bunker shots do not have to be too difficult, and soon you will be navigating bunkers with confidence and ease! ► Subscribe to USGolfTV: Follow us on Social Media: Website – Facebook – YouTube – Twitter – @usgolftv FIX YOUR GOLF SLICE TODAY: .

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39 comments

Yan Coesens 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

How do you control distance? Certainly for the shorter shots

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Steve Coffey 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

How much bounce on your lob wedge? Looks like 10

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Mark Schusteric 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

I take a very aggressive full swing with the sand wedge open position. Most of the time my ball goes up or slightly forward with the club going under the ball. Ball staying in the trap. I play the ball middle stance.

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Carlos Castro 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Great video why do you open your club face? It’s hard to hit the ball straight if I open the face

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philip de la rey 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Thanks will try it because i can never get a proper bunker shot out. My first is my sandwedge is a right hand an i normally play left hand so my hand position is for left lol on a right hand club lol. Second is no lift but will try your drill in a bunker thaks

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kjmassey911 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

BRILLIANT tips and I can’t wait to try it. Your tips on “thumbs down” have helped my game as a beginner so much-especially my putting.

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Thomas Esparza 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

On most common lies in the bunker, the clubface is open with my initial grip setting, but if my ball is buried, I do the opposite…I close the face, instead. It works, just try it!

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Thomas Esparza 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

I just envision the ball sitting on a tee, then try to clip the tee under the ball. Also, aim for the top of the flagstick for enough swing to get around the hole.

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Kemper Smith 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

When I worked with beginners, they were concerned about hitting the ball first or skulling the shot. I would partially bury a 2×4 about 18" long and had them pull sand from the trap and put it on the board and had them hit the ball off the board. This showed them that they did not have to dig down to get the ball out nor did they have to worry about skulling the ball. It works well with Florida sand.

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Brian Greene 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Your dollar bill tip is one of the most effective visuals I have tried.

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Paul R 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Somewhere I heard you should aim a little left with the green side bunker. Is that true?
I have a hard time keeping the weight on the front foot as you describe. I think it is my difficulty with my back issues. Any suggestions with that as well?
Love the video.

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Chairman Meow 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Should the clubface be open?

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Tom Valdes 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

It's not enough to simply say to place the ball forward in your stance. There should be a reason why this is necessary so it's easier to remember. It's the "why" you remember not the need. For example, your head and spine position determines where the bottom of the arc is in the swing. That's true for any shot. So when you place the ball in a certain location between your feet and your head and spine are aligned properly for the shot (it's different for sand, turf or tee), that is also where the bottom of the arc is in the swing. So placing the ball slightly ahead of centre, this allows the bottom of the arc to enter the sand just behind the ball and carry the sand on exit. Makes sense that when you move your spine back in the swing during the back or forward swing, you are in effect moving the bottom of the arc in the swing "further behind" the ball causing the upswing motion to hit the ball as it leaves the sand. The cushion of sand in that example is now behind the ball and not directly under the ball.

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Mark Santo 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Your short games tips are awesome cheers.

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Dave Riffey 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

I put the Rimer slider where i want to contact the sand… behind the ball..

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Dave Riffey 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM Reply
Kelly Miller 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Great!

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Mark Schusteric 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

I take a full swing and the sand wedge slips under the ball and pops up and says in the bunker….I play the ball middle of stance

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Bill Kenney 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Great video and extremely helpful (I had lacked taking a full swing) …..BUT I’m now struggling taking these same 3 steps with very hard wet sand. What am I doing wrong?

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Dave Riffey 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM Reply
El Rey David 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Great video! Any suggestions on what to do if the sand is wet? We have some holes on the course I play that have wet sand quite often and instead of fluffy sand it's like trying to hit out of wet cement…

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bens grandad 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

My problem with bunkers are that no two bunker shots are the same -deep sand ,shallow sand , wet sand no sand ball near the lip ball at the back fried egg plugged on a downslope etc etc etc -don’t just practice one shot practice with a range of clubs -high bounce doesn’t work on wet sand you just thin it -so please if you are going to make a bunker tutorial please include all of the above – yes it will be long but really useful

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Louis Fried 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Good video. Thanks.

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Mark G. 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Thanks Todd. All good tips. What I would suggest to people who are fearful of a full swing, is to find a course with a suitable practice area, lock up the women and children, and swing with reckless abandon. Eventually, you’ll hit a beauty, and it will be like that moment when you found your balance after dad took the training wheels came off your bike!

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tom salem 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Nice video, I am 4hcp player and I envision the club going in behind but also equally see it coming out the other side . Too many amateurs focus on hitting behind only and thus they constantly bury the club in the sand (too steep) I envision a nice even arc , in then out and rarely bury the club.

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Brian Arnold 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Todd, surprised you didn't add opening face of wedge to effectively use bounce. Most of my golfing buddies fail to do this properly.

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MKM 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Any truth to letting clubhead overtake the hands at impact aka almost flipping it underhanded?

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Dave Everitt 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

My bunker play is much better after making some changes in equipment and technique. I'm not trying to sell C3i wedges but their 65 degree model works as advertised. This club works very well with a very slightly open stance and clubface. My setup is the same as in the video and I focus on keeping my weight more toward the toes of the lead foot. My backswing is a level turn of the trail side shoulder blade. My downswing is powered by a turning of the pelvis. This move ensures that there is a little lag in you swing and minimizes the force required so that a full swing is not required to do the job. My goal is to make a shallow trench after the ball about a foot long. I don't need to even look at the ball because with this swing setup. All I have to think about is moving sand and the ball will be lifted out with the sand. This particular wedge enables you to be very accurate because all I have to do is line up to an intermediate target and make that trench along the target line. No special swing path, or wide open stance, or wide open clubface required.

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Craig Weeke 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

I am pretty good at getting out of the sand trap when the sand is dry. My ball is forward in my stance. Most of my weight is on the front foot. Good full swing. But, wet sand or very little sand is tough. I try and have my club strike a little closer to the ball. Long bunker shots( getting the ball close to the cup) is difficult. Help an old man 👴🏻

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Kenneth Span 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

I was told that you have to swing out to in and open the club face. Could at do you have a video on that? Thanks

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Carsley Golf 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Thank you Todd for another great video with The Rimer…. http://www.therimergolf.com

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don stage 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

The number 1 issue I see is students preconceived notions that they simply will not let go of. For example, if there is no lip and the bunker is hard pan, why not putt it out. I always get, you can't putt out of a bunker. They try it, it works and they still tell me, but you can't putt out of a bunker. They have a 40yd bunker shot. Why not use your gap or pitching wedge. But you have to use a sand wedge in a bunker is the answer I always get. The sand is wet or firm, I tell them don't open the face so much so it can dig in a little. etc etc

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Garold Williams 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Great video, came right on time for me!

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Harold Pohoresky 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Old fashion thoughts that add little relevance to hitting consistent bunker shots with overly simplistic solutions

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RedState Escapee 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

It’s tough to improve bunker play when there are no bunkers for practice…

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Fabio Branzino 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Does anything change if the bunker is mostly hardpan or very wet?

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Tung Nguyen 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Great video. Tks

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Luke H 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Great tips

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David Baume 13/05/2022 - 9:58 AM

Great analysis as always Todd, however surprised you didn't equally flag up the need to ensure sufficient loft on the club by rotating in hand to increase loft. This is also key in my view & helps to overcome fear of over hitting. Keep the advice coming.
Regards

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