Spring Into Golf, No. 3: Pocket Bunker practice tool
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Spring Into Golf, No. 3: Pocket Bunker practice tool


Our Spring Into Golf giveaway series continues with Pocket Bunker, a great new tool that can help a golfer practice bunker shots, even without sand.

The Pocket Bunker's top half is shaped like a golf ball, while the bottom half has legs coming out from it. The idea is that you can hit a good bunker shot if you simply take out the legs of the Pocket Bunker, which weighs about the same as a golf ball. It's an easy concept that can be done on grass, artificial turf or really any other surface. The Pocket Bunker can also be used in actual bunkers to help reinforce the concept of hitting just about two inches behind the ball in the sand.

We're giving away two Pocket Bunkers (MSRP $14 each), meaning two people will have a chance to improve their bunker game anywhere!

To win one of the two Pocket Bunkers, you need to do two things:

  1. Follow Golf News Net on Twitter
  2. Retweet our contest tweet

And then you're entered! Our giveaway ends May 10 at 9 p.m. Eastern.

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