HOW TO HIT A HIGH BUNKER SHOT

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In this video you’ll learn how to hit a bunker shot that when you’re in a deep sand trap. Hitting high bunker shots is not as difficult as it may seem. For more bunker shot technique videos and bunker shot tips check out https://ScratchGolfAcademy.com. For more golf lessons and instructions please click the “Show More” button below.

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7 comments

  1. Kevin Sheriff on

    ive seen a lot of people trying to hit up on the ball trying to add height but as soon as their weight comes back theyre done!

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  2. Teresa Gow on

    Can you offer help, I’m hitting the ball so cleanly out of the bunker, it’s gone to the other side of the green? What can you suggest for me to think of or practice?

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  3. matthew orge on

    Thanks again Adam for all this great content. Here in Canada we get a lot of poorly groomed and very hard bunkers. How do you approach firm bunkers?
    Thanks

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  4. Andreas Beschorner on

    Hi and thanks a lot for a bunch of really awesome video lessons. One question concerning the wrist during release when performing bunker (and maybe flop) shots: Do you release/roll the wrist or do you prefer to keep it steady with respect to a safe and sound contact and play? Thanks in advance for replying!

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  5. ColtDeltaElite10mm on

    Awesome video. @1:28… they even now make a 72* wedge, in which I have one. However it too takes practice to use it well. The benefit of a 72* in steep bunker or obstacle shots is that you don’t have to “open” the club face and offset your aim point nor stance with it. You just aim normally and swing away.

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