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Golf Tip of the Fortnight
When your ball is lying on wet or very firmly packed sand don't open the blade as much. In this situation the club actually needs to dig a
little bit (rather than "bounce" like it should in most normal sand).
If you allow the flange of the wedge to bounce on wet, densely packed sand the club won't get into the sand deeply enough to get under the ball. The
result will most likely be a bladed ricochet across the green, and certain danger for your playing companions.
As always, in order to perfect this technique
you'll need to spend plenty of time in the practice bunker - there's no substitute for experience and feel.
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