Author: Bela Nagy, PGA
11/28/2018 at 4:03 pmAround The Green
The Basics To Hitting The Greenside Bunker Shot
Bela Nagy is the Director of Golf at Sandridge Golf Club in Vero Beach, Florida. He is a member of the PGA of America since 1996 and a 1995 graduate of the Professional Golf Management Program at Mississippi State University. Bela was voted Top 50 Teachers in America by US Kids in 2005 & 2009 and in 2014 was named a Master US Kids Teacher. Bela was named the 1999 Junior Golf Leader for the Southeast Chapter of the South Florida PGA. Bela was named the 2014 Junior Golf Leader as well as the 2013, 2014 & 2016 Merchandiser of the Year for the South Florida Section of the PGA. He has been an instructor at Sandridge Golf Club for over twenty years.
The objective of Nagy as an instructor of the game of golf is to take your golf swing and make it work more effectively. This is an objective shared by all of Bela's teaching staff. They try to make minimal changes while working on the fundamentals of the swing. When you finish each session, your improvement will be noticeable and easy to practice. He and his staff strive to make each lesson a positive experience.
The Basucs To Hitting A Greenside Bunker Shot
Want to strike fear in most golfers, have them hit a greenside bunker shot. Talk about carrying a lot of mental baggage, you have it with the sand shot. Most, if not all amateurs end up looking at a bunker shot as a series of check-offs as they try to perform this fairly straight forward shot in golf, but one that causes plenty of mental anguish.