Justin Rose Plugged Bunker Tip

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Few things in golf are more frustrating that discovering you ball is plugged in a bunker. Justin Rose explained a different approach to the traditional method of playing a plugged bunker shot.

Justin recommends that when you get set-up to hit a plugged bunker shot you should try and get 80% of your weight on your leading side. By shifting the weight slightly forward, it will position your chest over the ball and give you a strong position for digging the ball out of the bad lie.

While many coaches teach a closed faced with plugged lies, Justin recommends opening the face at address. This will position the ping g25 driver in a way that will allow you to swing the heel of the club into the sand and get the ball to pop out of the bunker slightly higher.

To ensure you get the necessary impact to get the ball out of the bunker, Justin suggests setting your wrists early in the backswing, then hitting steeply down behind the ball with an aggressive swing. This speed and angle of attack will give you the best chance to escape a plugged lie.

When faced with a plugged bunker shot, the goal is to dig the ball out of the sand. Watch as Justin doesn't concern himself with a long, full follow through, rather he digs the Callaway Big Bertha 2014 into the ball and tries to pop it out and onto the green.

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