Ball Striking Improvement Series - Tip 2: Grip
If you all the golf grips on tour it would be clear to see that there is no 'perfect' golf grip out there, hundreds of different varieties of thumb positions, strong and weak and multiple finger positions highlight the idea that the grip is a complicated and diverse technical part of the swing.
However, Steve Astle believes there are many characteristics that all of these grips have in common and he helps you analyse the key factors needed for a successful and consistent golf grip.
The overwhelming factor in the majority of these golf grips is the way the club lies in the hand of most golfers. Many inconsistencies are caused when a golfer has the club too much in the palm of their hand instead of the ideal position of their fingers.
Another tendency of amateur golfers is to immediately place the hand and wrist in the wrong position at setup, causing you to be in an incorrect angle when the club is at impact.
Steve's simple video gives you a clear insight into the fundamentally sound characteristics of an effective golf grip, easily repeatable for any amateur golfer.
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