The Proper Grip For a Golf Club
I was out on the golf course a couple of days ago playing with my usually partner and his wife. I am not sure why, but I have just assumed people know how to grip the golf club, which I am inaccurate on that though. I noticed that my golf buddies wife wasn't quite holding the club right. As a result, her wrist were not working correctly. What is cool is, after about 10 minutes with her, she was playing like a pro! Well, not a pro, but much, much better! Let me share with you the steps that we took, and maybe you can benefit as well.
To begin, I would like to share why a correct golf grip is important. The proper golf grip is going to give you 3 distinct advantage.
1.) The grip controls the face position of the rbz driver at impact. A correct grip gives you a better chance at hitting the golf ball straighter.
2.) If you place your hands correctly on the club, you can be a powerful golfer. This is your only physical connection between the golf club and you.
3.) During the course of the swing, the club from rbz driver for sale online shop travels about 30+ feet. You need to keep your eye on the ball while this motion is going on. Proper grip here will let you feel where the club is exactly. You need this for proper shots.
Now, to perfect the grip. Assuming you a right handed golfer...
1.) Hold the rbz irons about 3 feet in the air in front of your body. Not open, not closed. But squared.
2.) Place the club at an angle through the fingers of the left hand. The club should touch the base of the little finger and just above the first joint of the index finger.
3.) Place your left thumb toward the back side of the shaft.
Now, let's add the right hand to the grip.
1.) Place the club from taylormade irons for sale online shop in the fingers of your right hand at angle.
2.) You will want to position the club handle so it touches the dots.
3.) This locates the club handle between Section 1 & 2 of the right ring finger, directly on Section 2 of the middle finger, and between Section 2 & 3 of the index finger.
4.) The left-hand thumb and the right hand lifeline area (palm) should be touching.
Add these grips together and you are good to go. Make sure you don't squeeze the mess out of the club, rather a slightly firm grip. Goodluck!
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