When you are faced with an uphill lie, it’s the same principle as the downhill. On this occasion everything is going to be on your right side. Your weight is going to be on your right side, while your shoulders are going to be pretty level with the bunker sand again. Loft is a big thing here, so the ball is going to pop up in the air. I’m going to take my 54 degree, not my 60 [degree]. I’m not going to open it that much, because it’s going to come out high and the big thing here is that the shoulders are even more important than on a downhill lie. If you’re too square in your shoulders then it’s going to dig in and you’re going to have so much sand to work with – you’re going to have to hit it so hard just to get it out! So you definitely want to have your shoulders pretty level [parallel] with the ground.