Fairway Bunkers.

In this 'Fairway Bunker Instruction' I am going to give a clear description of points to take into account before playing your shot. I would then like to talk about using a simple and effective method to be able to play out of a 'Bunker' without fear and lower your scores!

I have created 3 simple 'Golf Lessons' for you to follow,

These are;

  1. What information to take into account?
  2. The Address & Posture Position.
  3. The Hand & Arm Swing.


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view the An introduction to playing Fairway Bunker Shots lesson

An introduction to playing Fairway Bunker Shots

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When playing out of a 'Fairway Bunker' your Clubface needs to be encouraged to strike the ball cleanly rather than striking the sand to create a sand explosion under the ball, which is the technique used for Greenside Bunkers. If you combine a sound technique with the loft angle of your Clubface your ball will fly out of the Bunker to your Target!

Within my 'Fairway Bunker Instruction' I am going to give a clear description of some simple points to take into consideration before playing out of a 'Bunker' then I will explain the importance of the 'Address & Posture Position' and finally I will talk about using a simple 'Hand & Arm Swing' that will dramatically improve your Bunker Play!

view the Tips to help work your Fairway Bunker Shot out! lesson

Tips to help work your Fairway Bunker Shot out!

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Inside this 'Lesson' I have listed some basic points that will help you to work your Bunker Shot out and gain greater success with your results. To help keep my points simple I would like to assume your ball is lying well in the 'Bunker' and that you are able to take a comfortable 'Stance Position'. I am also going to assume you have selected a '7 Iron' to play this shot.

view the The Address & Posture Position lesson

The Address & Posture Position

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Inside this 'Lesson' I have listed Five Position Headings that make up your 'Address & Posture Position'. Within these 'Headings' it is my intention to give you a clear description of all positions together with an explanation of key points concerning each of these instructional headings. 'PLEASE DO NOT' try to incorporate all instructional information, into your Golf Game, without practice and only ever introduce 'One Change' at a time to avoid confusion!

view the The Hand & Arm Swing lesson

The Hand & Arm Swing

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Now you have completed your 'Addrerss & Posture Position' settle over the ball and relax. "REMEMBER" your Clubhead needs to strike the ball rather than striking the sand and force the ball up and out of the bunker to travel to your Target.

Inside this lesson I will describe the importance of keeping your Head Still and how to use your 'Hand & Arm Swing' to control the length and pace of your Golf Swing to be able to control the Clubhead and the and the distance your Ball travels.