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On 10/8/2019 at 7:29 AM, Hncjc said:

At my course, the sand is fluffy when dry and much harder when wet. Sometimes, the bunkers are inconsistent, one will be softer (and drier) but the next one will still be wetter and harder.

Same at my course. When I asked the course owner, they told me that sand bunkers are supposed to be a "fair hazard and consistent equal to the rough or even the fairway". E.g. a fairway should not suddenly become stone hard.

After it rains I avoid ruining my club by hitting hardened sand and I drop the ball next to the bunker.
Although I am considering getting a second beater SW club for those days.

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