How To Grip The Golf Club (Crazy Detail)

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Grip is the very beginning. It all starts there and works its way through movement, through swing, and through release.

From novice to expert the range of how to grip the golf club is very dynamic. Each little point can help you control your swing all the way down to where the ball can land.

If you want to learn more about where to place your hands and how that has effect on where the ball will go. Watch the video for these 3 tips and l introduce an awesome training aid as well.

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Clay

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13 Comments

  1. What's the best grip for someone with small hands? I use an interlock normally but flirt with the pinky out by itself at the range and hit well but I feel as if I'm might lose the club altogether at times and it'll go flying so I just switch back. I've always had weak hands and easily sprain my wrists or ankles too. Have skinny wrists n ankles naturally it's genetic…
    On some days it feels as if my grip on the club goes together so easily and others I'm struggling to find the right comfortable feel w Interlock grip… Would larger grips on my clubs be a good idea too?

  2. A good tutorial, but not really crazy detail. Would've liked guidance to how much overlap right hand over left hand – you did touch on 'strong' and 'weak' grips, but the hands don't necessarily both need to shift. Also, don't call those pockets of fat in your hand 'pads' – you're not a cat.

  3. I advocate the V's point more toward the chin or at least inside the shoulder. It's balanced. From there it's really important to swing on the shoulder plane.

  4. Clay, I hook most shots because the face is closed at impact. I grip the club further anti-clockwise (i.e. Compensation) so it might square more at address. But it often doesn't work or doesn't feel right or is uncomfortable. The club head is already closed upon takeaway. How should the hands and wrists be positioned during takeaway and downswing?

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