"Act Without Expectation"
A great golf grip is necessary to playing an excellent game of golf. If you are grasping the club improperly or too firm, you will wind up with shots that go locations you do not desire them to go. There is no precise science to the golf grip, however there are 3 fundamental golf grips that golf enthusiasts utilize today:
* The overlapping grip is the most typical golf grip utilized. It is utilized mainly by male golf players and those with strong wrists and lower arms. The little finger of the right-hand man pushes top of or overlaps the forefinger on the left hand.
* The baseball grip is most frequently utilized by more youthful golf players, women, elders, and those with weaker wrists and arms. The forefinger of the left hand and the little finger of the right-hand man fulfill however do not overlap or interlock.
* An interlocking grip will be utilized by golf players with much shorter hands and fingers, those with thicker or chunkier palms, and golf enthusiasts who have problem with the overlapping grip. The forefinger of the left hand and the little finger of the right-hand has to overlap each other and interlock.
Here is the standard method to grip a golf club no matter which grip you utilize. Start by holding the club straight in front of you with your right-hand with the club head pointing far from you at about a 45 degree angle.
Next grip the club with your left hand. Relative to the golf club, the thumb will be in the twelve o'clock position.
Now, with your right-hand, grip the golf club simply above your left hand with the fingers, not the palm, of your right-hand. The thumb will be placed a little off to the left. Relative to the golf club, the thumb will remain in an eleven o'clock position.
If you have actually grasped the golf club properly, just the very first 2 knuckles of your left hand will show up. Your left thumb needs to be totally concealed under your ideal hand. The forefinger position of your right-hand will look like a weapon trigger finger.
A proper golf grip will make you feel as if you are holding the club mainly in the palm and last 3 fingers of your left hand. A proper golf grip does not ensure an effective golf swing; nevertheless, a faulty golf grip will nearly constantly result in a flawed and horrible golf swing.
Josh McCumber, professional golfer, coach and consultant has been playing golf almost all of his life. He has been around the game at the highest level, and has learned from the best players and instructors in the game. His uncle, Mark McCumber won 10 times on the PGA TOUR and his cousin Tyler McCumber is currently playing on the PGA TOUR. Josh will share his wisdom, knowledge and proprietary techniques from being out on the PGA TOUR with his uncle, his cousin and from his experience playing the Korn Ferry Tour (formerly Nationwide Tour) and 2 U.S. Opens.