When amateurs play a round of golf, the blood pressure almost always goes up when there is a key shot from the bunker.
Even if the amateur is a low handicapper, the idea of having to take an important bunker shot that could have an impact on the match often leads to a case of nerves.
It's just the opposite on the pro tour. Give a golfer a greenside bunker shot and you will see a player calmly take his sand wedge out of his bag, walk up to his ball, survey the situation and hit a shot that is likely to be eight feet or less from the hole.
However, while nearly all pros know they can make their bunker shots, some are better than others. Here's a look at six of the best current bunker players on the tour.