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The right hand thumb should go to the left of the shaft slightly and the index finger should curve around the grip, kind of like you are aiming a piston into the ground, a few feet away from your shoes.
I don’t like necessarily the position of his right hand, which according to some is too high in the fingers. Steve Elkington, 10 time PGA tour winner, including the PGA Championship, says the club should ride on the first crease of the right hand closer to the finger tips, otherwise, you cannot release the club through impact properly.
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No, because your grip naturally tightens during your swing to the proper pressure.
Thumbs up i you some times fold your hands with your golf grip
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Thanks for the video! I just started playing yesterday!
Does anyone else hear the chain saw
thanks that was really helpful
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all the feel is in your fingers….making that my mantra
i hate overlapping grip i like interlocking
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Fantastic explanations. The simplicity of each method helped me maintain focus through out my round. I didn’t play like a pro all of a sudden but a few shots impressed me and overall I saw improvement because I could feel what I was doing. Thanks.
Put the meaty part on top.. heh..
If you swing a club with a grip like you’re holding an uncapped tube of toothpaste and nothing should come out as you grip it, then EVERY club you ever swing would fly out of your hands.
Why does anyone ever talk about the right thumb. Where does it go? On top or along the side?
I think someones getting murdered by a chainsaw at 2:33..
The grip is definitely a huge fundamental. People often get lazy and stop checking it when really this should be checked every time you play or practice.