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Golf Grip – Getting It Right

By John Bakers_

Are you new to golf? You’ve surely been told how important your golf grip is to the game. What is the best way to grip a club and why is it vital to a good golf swing?

Finding the best grip isn’t like getting the newest gadget; you can’t walk into a pro golf shop and buy it. If you ask 50 different golfers what the perfect golf grip is, they’ll probably give you 50 slight variations to the perfect grip. Even the pros will give you slightly different opinions. Like most other things in golf, there are guidelines but it’s not an exact science. That being said, there are some things that you can do to make your grip better and you should listen to the tips from the pros.

Make sure the grip on you set of clubs is right for you. If you play with someone else’s clubs then you’ll surely feel the difference. While getting clubs as a gift is great, you’ll want to make sure the grip fits you; if it doesn’t then replace it. Just because it’s new doesn’t mean it’s the best for you. Determine which grip works best for you and don’t compromise. If your grip isn’t comfortable then try something new; there are several products on the market to try out.

If you’re not sure which grip is right for you then visit a pro golf shop and they can help you. In the end though, you should usually go with what is most comfortable for you. You can also use gloves to improve your grip and control on the club. “Break in” your new grip or gloves on the driving range before trying it out on the golf course.

Comfort is important but that being said, if you’re trying out a new technique then it will feel a little odd and possibly uncomfortable at first. This is because you’re accustomed to holding your golf club differently so your body and hands might have some discomfort at first. Give yourself some practice sessions to adjust to the new way of holding your clubs and give the new technique a chance. If it doesn’t work then you can always revert back to something that works better for you.

Even though there are many different opinions on how you should hold your club, most advice will be good advice. In the end, make sure you’re comfortable with your grip and it works to improve your game.

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