Handling a fried egg

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If your ball drops from a height, lands in a bunker and looks like an egg yoke surrounded by an egg white, you’ve got yourself what golfers call a ‘fried egg’ lie.

If your ball drops from a height, lands in a bunker and looks like an egg yoke surrounded by an egg white, you’ve got yourself what golfers call a ‘fried egg’ lie.
The remedy?
Open your stance, open the clubface and remove the entire ‘egg’ – yoke, white and all – by slipping the club under it, making sure you follow through with a full swing and don’t just jab your club head into the sand.