Even the top professional golfers end up in the bunker every now and then; for most amateurs, playing from the sand is inevitable. These bunker play tips can help you spend less time there. Firstly, think positive thoughts and focus on getting the ball out even if it means hitting it behind you or hitting over the lowest part of the bunker; you don’t want to play more than one shot from the sand. The face of your sand wedge should be open when you hit the ball; it’s one of the biggest thing many weekend golfers overlook. A firm stance in the often slippery or wet sand is important too, along with a confident and big swing. Of course, staying out of the bunkers to begin with is something that most of us can work on, and knowing where they are and how far you hit the ball is key.
5 ways to help paralysis attack survivors recover faster
If a person gets a paralysis attack, it’s