That's great to hear. I love this technique, it's very repeatable. Early on before you get the hang of it, you might fluff a lot of them (esp if there's lots of sand), but you learn to adapt soon enough.
That's great to hear man, makes me really happy! Enjoy being positive every time you step into the bunker!So far every shot has made it out with a chance to score.
Some had me jumping up and down hoping to hole out. LOL
I would never thought of this set up.
Thanks a bunch Pete for showing us your amazing techniques that you have learned.
Actually, I was working all last year to get away from getting stuck like that. I didn't get the open face problems so much, but my error was flipping my hands through too quick and getting inconsistent shot shapes popping up. Just practising a solid lower half of my body seemed to help me not get in the way of myself.Pete: You ever have issues getting stuck?
You are a more accomplished player than I am.... but a couple years ago, practicing "keeping my elbow tucked" wrecked havoc on my swing. Essentially, it led to jamming my elbow into my gut (rather than in front of the hip) which led to fanning the face open on the down swing. Since then, I have had to work on that.
Shaft is in (or should be) in a neutral position at address. I don't like pressing the shaft forward, I prefer it to be in a neutral position. Maybe that's why?hey Pete, quick question. At the :06 mark in the most recent video, your left wrist seems to be cupped, adding loft to your iron. That is counter to everything I have ever been taught. Is that something specific you work with? Or am I doing something wrong?