This is overly generalized. To hit a a functional fade, a player must have a face that is open to the path on which he is swinging. For a righty, this is typically done swinging a little left with a slightly open face relative to that path in order to fade it back to the target. Conversely, to hit a functional draw, the player must have a face that is close to the path on which he is swinging. For a righty, this is typically done swinging a little right with a slightly closed face relative to that path in order to draw it back to the target. Bunker shots, at least green side bunker shots, typically utilize an open face and using the bounce of the club to glide through the sand, splashing sand and the ball onto the green. None of these are the same swing. You could argue that the fade and draw are, on a macro level, very similar with respect to the basic movements, but they are not the same.
Link? Don’t think that’s the case. He’ll teach sized swings, like a size ten 7i for me goes 140y where a size 8 goes (need to check my card but ~) 125y. He’ll also teach fades, cuts, and sand, but it’s all the exact same swing.
You know, I tried the online lessons path. Worked with a guy in london, I'm based in Pakistan and there are no certified / trained coaches here.
The guy told me I needed wrist hinge. I tried that for months and only managed to move the wrist a few inches by the time the club reached parallel on the backswing.