Golf Life headed out to Pelican Hill Golf Club to get golfing tips from a bunker from top teacher Glenn Deck. The setup is always the first and most important aspect to starting a great bunker shot. Next, slightly open the club face up. The second thing is to focus on an area three feet left of the flag stick. With that open club face, you ball is naturally going to go right. The last thing we do is have your shaft at a forward lean to it and hit the sand. Throw the sand on the green. If you follow this simple bunker tip, you are sure to have an easier time getting up and down for that par! Learn more about the short game right here at golflife.com!