It's never you that leaves a bunker in a poor state, is it? So who's at fault? Harvey Jamison went to speak to club golfers to find out

Bunker etiquette: to rake or not to rake? That is the question. It’s such a simple task, too. Hit your ball out, rake the sand.

My colleague Steve Carroll wrote recently that those who can’t show the course a bit of respect should be booted out of the club.

So why are some golfers lazy? How can they not rake up after themselves? What can be done to enforce golfers to rake? How annoying is it? How important is it? What does it mean to you?

And more importantly: Who is to blame?

In the latest of my ‘Club Golfers vs.’ series, I went to Tynemouth to chat with members and pros to find out who they are pointing fingers at…

Who is to blame for poor bunker etiquette? Or do you want to admit to being a serial offender? Let us know in the comments below, or join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.