Mizuno mx 200 irons address the Ball
They release the hands through the impact zone and follow through. To be a good bunker player you need "speed" during the swing to propel the ball out of the bunker. Most times a poor bunker shot is the result of slowing your swing with new Mizuno MX 200 irons down as you hit the sand. This results in the sand stopping the club head which leads to a chunk, leaving the ball in the bunker.
They open their stance for callaway Diablo Edge Irons and open the clubface as they address the ball. This allows them to cut across the ball (swing from outside in) upon impact. This helps slide the club head under the ball which pops the ball out of the sand. They concentrate on striking the bottom of the club head approximately two inches behind the ball (they hit the sand behind the ball, not the ball). This allows the sand to lift the ball out and up out of the bunker.
Typically, this shot is used when the terrain between your ball and the green is flat, uphill or there is a back pin location. First, take a lower lofted club, your 9-iron with taylormade R11S driver or pitching wedge, instead of your sand wedge. Next, choke down an inch or two on the grip, and address the ball taking a slightly open stance. Play the ball back in your stance near the center of your body. Finally, pick out a spot where you want the ball to land, and make a swing to land the ball with Best Golf Clubs For Sale in that area. (Practice these shots on the driving range to get the feel for distance control.)
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