Correct Your Golf Grip Properly
Posted in the Golf Forum
Since: Dec 12
#1 Dec 11, 2012
In order to be good in golf, one only has to remember the mantra, "It's all in the grip." Where and how far the ball goes after hitting it will rely mostly on how you position both of your hands on the club handle. If you do the grip correctly, all the stages in the golf swing, from the setup to the follow-through, will help you put the ball where you want it to go. But how would you go about gripping the club handle correctly? Here are the most essential golf grip tips to help you out.
The golfer's grip is actually where the basic game begins. A weak and pliable grip will result in a weak and pliable swing with best golf clubs. A grip that is too hard and stiff will produce a swing that is better suited for baseball than golf.
The first time anyone placed a golf club in my hand there was very little instruction on how to hold the club. I was taught how to lace my fingers in the right direction, but beyond that there was very little guidance. I hung on tight and baseball whacked the ball straight up a hill and into the windshield of the instructor's car. That is an honest and true story. After that incident my golfing days were numbered. I had excellent power but absolutely no control. I was, incidentally, a fairly good baseball player.
Next, you should have ideal placement with the right and left hands so the rbz irons are square at impact. For right handed golfers, your left hand is extremely important for figuring out the shape of the golf ball flight. Switching the left hand just a bit towards your right (back) foot as a way to see more of your knuckles will cause your golf grip to get stronger. The tendency is usually to bring or hook the golf ball utilizing this sort of grip. Furthermore, with the left hand turned more to the left (front) foot it is possible to strike more of a fade or slice. The right hand is crucial for ball flight as well. By simply changing the right hand to your front foot you'll be able to open up the clubface a little bit and also create a fade, whereas by twisting it towards your back foot might cause you to hit a draw.
If you have small hands and fingers, the interlocking grip will probably work best for you. It helps you wrap your fingers and palm around the grip handle. On the other hand, if you have large hands, the overlapping grip will probably work best for you.
It is also important to note that callaway diablo octane driver is not held in the palms of your hands but in the fingers, and the more you grip the golf club in the fingers, the faster you can swing the golf club and the quicker the clubface will close. If you grip the golf club further up in the palm, the slower the golf club will travel and the longer it takes for the clubface to close.
Enjoy your golf.
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