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WATCH: How to hit the 40-yard bunker shot, with Gabe Hjertstedt

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Short game guru Gabe Hjertstedt recently provided a number of short-game tips to GolfWRX Director of Original Content Johnny Wunder, and Editor Andrew Tursky at Scottsdale National Golf Club’s all new short game area. Each day this week, we will be releasing a new video from this 5-part series.

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In today’s episode (part 2), Gabe helps Johnny and Andrew hit the most difficult shot in golf — the 40-yard bunker shot.

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  1. D

    May 19, 2018 at 2:13 pm

    Maybe try offering more detailed instruction, i.e. ball placement in stance, weighting, hands in relation to ball, etc.

  2. Rt100

    May 16, 2018 at 3:27 pm

    So all he really told us was to take a big backswing and take a divot.

  3. Bob Jones

    May 16, 2018 at 11:33 am

    Use an 8-iron and nip the ball off the surface of the sand. It couldn’t be easier.

  4. rymail00

    May 15, 2018 at 10:16 pm

    What wedge were you guys using a 54-56* or something lower in loft

    • rymail00

      May 15, 2018 at 10:25 pm

      Ok my bad posted before the end of the video and you guys were using 60* wedges.

      Regardless really enjoying this series and hope there’s more “tougher shots” tutorials.

  5. Rafael

    May 15, 2018 at 8:46 pm

    Good, but almost all golf courses have poor bunkers maintenance so even if you have a good technique every shot from the bunker is like playing the lottery

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Shallowing the Club: Two Moves to Avoid (Part 1)

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It’s the move we all want in the downswing… and rightfully so. Shallowing the club is a great way to put your swing on plane and really start to narrow you misses. All shallowing moves are not equal, however; in fact, there are a couple that you’ll definitely want to try to avoid because they can actually have the opposite effect!

We’ve broken this series into two parts to make it more digestible. This is Part 1. Thank you for watching!

Shallowing the Club: Two Moves to Avoid (Part 2) is coming soon!

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In this video, I use technology to help you better understand how you can pitch the ball like the pros.

When pitching, you may have learned to keep your weight on your lead foot throughout the shot. That’s not always the best approach. With BodiTrak, I show you how to move your weight correctly to achieve more consistent strikes.

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A fool-proof technique to hit the short chip shot, with Gabe Golf

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Short game guru Gabe Hjertstedt recently provided a number of short-game tips to GolfWRX Director of Original Content Johnny Wunder, and Editor Andrew Tursky at Scottsdale National Golf Club’s all new short game area. Each day this week, we released a new video from this 5-part series.

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In the final episode (part 5), Gabe helps Johnny overcome his fear of the easy shot around the greens. Enjoy the video below!

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