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GOLF DRIVER GRIP – WHAT IS THE BEST GRIP TO USE FOR DRIVING BALL?

GOLF DRIVER GRIP – WHAT IS THE BEST GRIP TO USE FOR DRIVING BALL?



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  1. Wayne Dowding

    I am a 7 h/c and have been struggling a bit lately after watching this I went to the range today and wow my swing is fixed, my pro told me I have to clear my hips never said anything about my grip. My weakish grip and not that weak by the way was causing me to come over the top and have a bit of a wing so after strengthening my left hand all of the above is gone, I did pull a couple of drives but that was due to not keeping back behind the ball at impact and getting a bit quick I think. Heaps more distance now, 5 here I come.

  2. Razors Edge

    Baseball grip, varden grip, or interlocking grip? Talked a bunch (great info) on how to place hands on club but nothing on which type of grip is best for the player: age, ability, swing speed..etc. I was told in my recent club fitting that I should get away from the classic baseball grip and begin practicing the varden or overlapping grip do to my age..I’m 34.

  3. alan carlyon

    Hi Adam, I am a 66 year old golfer, so I can appreciate all that you are showing us! We have all been there! But over the years I found it so important to have the thumbs close to the fore finger on the grip, (just like you do) a subject that you have not highlighted, but then again, your such a great mentor in showing such great details in most of the golfing tuition, it is a little thing you have left out! I learned this tip from Jack, who highlighted this. Thank you so much for your video's, I recon you are in first place when it comes to mentors!

  4. frmer td

    i have had a weak grip my whole life. It allows for nice fading with irons but killed my driver. For 3 yrs instructors tried to get me to change but i resisted bcz the grip is so hard to change. I finally compromised. i invented this method where with driver, i take my normal grip, loosen it ,and rotate to the right. When i did this: voila! high beautiful draws!!!!
    I only do this with driver.

  5. Gerry Carpenter

    You are an excellent teacher and your delivery is very good. I have seen many teachers over the years both in person and on the internet and you are very effective. I have shot my age or better just over 100 times ( not from the senior tees) and am still cranking the tee shots pretty good although I sometimes fight a hook. I am living proof that your teaching can still teach an old dog new tricks.:)) Thank you.

  6. eddie brown

    This guy is the best on here. I wish he had also mentioned the left index finger. I was placing the pressure point along the base of my left index finger instead of the first joint/middle fleshy pad. Gripping it along the base was closing my face when I gripped it slightly. Changing it where it's suppose to be made a difference. So many instructors on here focus only on the heel pad, which of course is very important. The index finger pressure point gets overlooked. Still, he's a great teacher and always has a very professionally presented video….I'm just tired of seeing that beautiful Orlando weather every time…..Guy has a charmed life….LOL

  7. Brandon Plays

    Just wanted to say awesome videos. I will be going through them over the next few weeks to see what I can do to improve my game. Currently about a 5 handicap and want to take the next step towards scratch! Have you thought about doing a swing analysis series for viewers?

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