Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 14

Donald explains how to get out of a plugged lie in the sand

Golfmagic Instruction
Thu, 19 Apr 2012

There is no worse feeling in the game than walking up to a greenside bunker and being served a poached egg.

Luke Donald, however, doesn't get too flustered as he adopts his own little way of attacking the shot. The World No.2 and short game expert explains the importance of keeping the hands low and striking down on the ball.

Over to you, Luke.

More in this series…

Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 1: 112-yard pitch
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 2: Fringe chip
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 3: Soft landing
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 4: Bunkers made easy
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 5: The grip
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 6: Downhill pitch
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 7: Long sand shot
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 8: Various bunker lies
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 9: Shaping shots in wind
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 10: Running pitch
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 11: Belly wedge
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 12: 168-yards into the wind
Luke Donald Mizuno Masterclass 13: 175-yards fade into the wind

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