With The Feet Pointing Just A Few Degrees Towards The Right Of Your Target
It is never a pretty sight to see your ball land in a bunker hazard, but when it does, and a bunker shot is executed perfectly, it's a wonderful thing!
The club face swings down, sand is flying in all directions like a fireworks display, and out of the dusty cloud comes the ball, soaring high into the air and landing softly on the green, right near the hole.
If you are a beginner golfer, the above scenario may seem out of reach for some time, but nevertheless you should always expect a good turnout when knocking the ball from a bunker.
With enough practice, you will come to the point where every bunker shot will be successfully executed with the ball knocked into the hole in just two swings: One knocking the ball out of the sand and onto the green, and the second putt right into the hole.