Often times, you will play in wet conditions where you have to play your ball from soggy fairways. Martin Hall breaks down the proper stance and grip to set up wet lie shots as well as where exactly to strike the ball.
Jack Nicklaus always said to complete the finish and "don't baby the ball downwind." Martin shows how to create acceleration in the ball to add spin because when hitting downwind, you have to hit it firmly.
Preview how Martin Hall will help improve your bunker play by breaking down how to play shots from various bunker lies, deciding what club to use given the situation, and drills that will help hone your skills.
The best way to improve your bunker play is to practice, and there is no better way to practice than by playing some fun, yet challenging, games. Try Martin Hall’s ‘Three & Done’ and ‘3 X 3’ next time you're practicing and start making more sandies.
Soft, firm, wet - bunker sand can be very different from course to course. How does this variety impact the type of shot you should play? In this video, Martin Hall breaks down the different swing speeds that should be used in soft and firm sand.
In this episode, Martin Hall covers all aspects of bunker play mechanics from club selection to swing path. He also uses a two-wall and table graphic that you won't forget the next time you're in a bunker.