This is my friend, LPGA Pro Martha Nause - whom you may know as Hansen (her married name). She was our touring pro at Amelia Island Plantation when I was PR director there - but I met her years earlier during my photo work with Moss Creek Plantation's Women's International LPGA event at Hilton Head, SC.
This pic has special relevance for me - I took it the day Martha taught me the secret of sandplay: the distance a ball will fly in a sand shot is determined by the distance you hit behind it - that is, by how much sand you put between the ball and your clubface. If you want an explosion shot in which the ball pops up and lands softly on the near edge of the green, hit two inches behind it. However, if you need for the ball to travel across a wide green, you want just a quarter-inch sliver of sand between clubface and ball. This last requires a delicate touch: hit too closely, and you'll skull the ball, sending it into the next fairway.