you're faced with a difficult bunker lie, particularly a "fried egg,"
use the sand to your advantage.
PGA professional David Hutsell , 2011 PGA of America Player
of the Year and golf professional at Woodholme Country Club in Pikesville, Md. , said the key to
having confidence when facing a shot where you have a buried lie is how you
angle the face of your sand wedge for the sh ot.
With a typical sand shot, most
amateurs are taught to open the club face and use the bounce of the edge to
sweep under the ball, which pops it up and out. But when you have a
buried lie, Hutsell says do the opposite:...