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1. The slope or incline of a bunker constructed in the direction of the [[putting green]] which is intended to create an added obstacle for a player to negotiate during play.<br><br>
 
1. The slope or incline of a bunker constructed in the direction of the [[putting green]] which is intended to create an added obstacle for a player to negotiate during play.<br><br>
  
http://z.about.com/d/golf/1/0/G/8/pointofentrydrill.jpg<br><br>
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In this picture facing can be seen as the rapid incline before the edge of the bunker meets the edge of the collar.<br>
 
In this picture facing can be seen as the rapid incline before the edge of the bunker meets the edge of the collar.<br>
Source: http://golf.about.com/library/tips/blpointofentrydrill.htm
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Source: https://www.thoughtco.com/meet-the-golf-course-1562683

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1. The slope or incline of a bunker constructed in the direction of the putting green which is intended to create an added obstacle for a player to negotiate during play.

bethpage_black_6-56a3d0203df78cf7727f5bd8.jpg

In this picture facing can be seen as the rapid incline before the edge of the bunker meets the edge of the collar.
Source: https://www.thoughtco.com/meet-the-golf-course-1562683