Lessons: How to hit out of the sand

In the second installment of our “Lessons” posts, we’ll have a look at how to excel out of the sand.

We all hate hearing that thud as our ball lands in the bunker, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the world. You’ll learn how to hit a sand shot just as well as you might hit a lay up from the fairway.


Remember, our first lesson is right here.

The 5 Greatest Golf Clubs In the World

If you are searching for the top greatest golf clubs in the world we can help you. These clubs are from all over the world. You will find out what makes them unique.

Steve Jurvetson

Number 5

The Hirono Golf Club is located in Kobe, Japan. You will find that this particular course if man made. As you begin playing you will notice that the holes have been separated by pine trees. These pine trees are fully grown. Each of the holes is also different. An excellent example of this is the back nine holes have some ups and downs. They are beautiful but also they are challenging.

Number 4

The Royal Melbourne (West) is located in Melbourne, Australia. This particular course was designed in 1926. It officially opened in 1931 for individuals to play. You will find that while you are playing on the 18 holes what a beautiful golf club they have. As you arrive at the 5th hole you will see that there is a steep slope. This slope is steep from the front to the back and it can be tricky to master it. Each of the holes has different challenges for you to overcome. This is an excellent opportunity for you to fine tune your golf skills, if needed.

Number 3

The Royal County Down Golf Club which is located in Newcastle, Northern Ireland. This particular golf club is located in the Murlough Nature Reserve. As you are playing the course you will find that the course is laid out along shores. Each of the holes is different. You will find sand dunes and some fairways have purple heather and golden gorse. This particular course is said to be a stern challenge.

Number 2

The St. Andrews (Old Course) is located in St. Andrews, Scotland. This particular course is one of the oldest. One of the features about this course is the Swilcan Bridge and the Hell Bunker. If you would like to play on this course an excellent idea is to have a caddy. The caddies know the course very well and can assist you.

Number 1

The Pine Valley Golf Club is located in Pine Valley, New Jersey. This particular course has been named the greatest because of the world class holes; it has the finest collection of one, two, and three shots. These are just a few. This is by far considered the finest 18 hole course. It is 8,300 square feet. You will find that at each hole you will have different obstacles to overcome. This is an excellent course for any golfer.

As you are searching for an excellent golf club to go to these are the top 5. You will find that each of courses is very unique in their own way. They all offer something different. Their landscaping and views will simply amaze you. You will be challenged while at each hole. You will not be disappointed as you begin playing your golf game.

Lessons: Hitting Your Irons

We’ll be scouring the web to find the best training videos for you to put them in one place – right here on our site.

Watch a video before you hit some balls and practice one thing each time. We see it being an effective method of improving time and time again.

Learn how to strike your irons well:


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