Tip of the Week: Strengthen your glove-hand grip
- By SwingFix
- Jan 10, 2013 2:00 PM ET
When it comes to golf, the grip might be the single most under-appreciated aspect of the game relating to recreational players.
But having a sound grip is the perfect start to a solid swing, and there’s really no reason why your grip can’t be every bit as good as the grips utilized by the best players in the world.
In this video segment, Brian Mogg is going to help you with your grip, and more specifically he’s going to help you get your glove hand on the club correctly.
If at address you tend to have your glove hand in too weak of a position, or underneath the club, you likely wind up with an open club face at impact, and this video will help you fix that issue in short order.
For more Golf Channel tips to help you with your grip, click here.
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