You have difficulty swinging in the sand due to a poor weight distribution.
Your ball landed in a greenside bunker.
Your ball landed a short distance from the pin in a sand bunker. You want the ball to fly high out of the sand and stop quickly onto the green.
You normally make a good swing in the sand but you noticed on a new course that the flange does not move into the sand at the correct point, resulting in a flubbed sand shot.
Your ball is plugged into the sand so that it is half buried or more.
The ball landed in the sand bunker in a crater of soft and dry sand, causing it to look like a fried egg.
Your ball landed on top of a soft pile of sand created by the wind.
You need to learn or improve on how you play from long and short distances from the green when stuck in a sandtrap.
You have difficulty in the sand bunkers but are unable to pinpoint the cause.
You consistently have a hard time hitting out of a sand bunker because you do not know how to play the bounce of your sand wedge.