Golf Grip – Strong Is Wrong!

Free Grip Lesson Here: So many people over the years have stressed the importance of the neutral grip. This tip finally explains why you need to do it. You cannot have loose wrists if you have a strong grip. In other words, building a powerful, effortless, pain-free golf swing starts with the grip. If you…



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So many people over the years have stressed the importance of the neutral grip. This tip finally explains why you need to do it.

You cannot have loose wrists if you have a strong grip. In other words, building a powerful, effortless, pain-free golf swing starts with the grip.

If you are looking to learn this type of swing then start paying particular attention to the grip. This means you take your time and learn perfect placement of your hands on the club. Yes, this will feel uncomfortable. Yes, you will hit some bad shots but if a powerful, effortless, pain-free golf swing starts with the grip then keep doing it.

Too many people want to go right back to their old grip because it give them a powerful, comfortable feeling. Like I said, you need a neutral grip to even get this effortless golf swing. So start seeing it differently and understand why you need certain fundamentals in your swing. Once you do you will see the benefit in no time.

If you would like to learn the proper neutral grip I will send you the full grip lesson from my Body Swing book and video series. Please visit the link below:

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NEVER SLICE AGAIN IN GOLF | GOLF INSTRUCTION VIDEO

HOW TO FIX YOUR SLICE. This video focuses on golfers who want to stop slicing the golf ball. Golfers who slice the golf ball, do so because they have an open club face and they respond to an open club face by swinging over the top, or have a swing path that is from out…



HOW TO FIX YOUR SLICE.

This video focuses on golfers who want to stop slicing the golf ball. Golfers who slice the golf ball, do so because they have an open club face and they respond to an open club face by swinging over the top, or have a swing path that is from out to in. The video will outline some of the most common mistakes that slicers make, such as, poor grip, cupped left wrist at the top of the back swing, and opening the club face in transition. There is also a simple drill included to show you how applying gamma torque (twist) to the grip can help you square the club face and turn your slice into a draw.

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Golfers who slice the golf ball, do so because they never learned to properly square the club face during the swing. Slicers play golf with an open club face and they react to an open club face by swinging over the top or from out to in, to keep the golf ball somewhere on the golf course. Golfers do not slice because they come over the top, they come over the top because they slice. If the golfer who cannot square the club face in the swing was to adjust their path the right without squaring the club face, they would have bigger problems than slicing the golf ball.

Golfers who fail to square the club face do so for a variety of reasons,however I am going to narrow it down to the three most common I see when teaching, that create a slice.

1) Grip. Slicers tend to have terrible left hand grips. They tend to hold the club in the palm, with the heel pad off to the side of the side, which really restricts their ability to square the club. The need to learn to get the heel Pad on top of the grip. You can do this by holding the club with just the left forefinger and heel pad and make sure the club doesn’t slip out. Then close up your thumb and fingers and make sure the last 3 fingers are on a 90 degrees to the grip. This should allow the golfer to square the golf club more easily and help them eliminate their slice.

2) Slicers tend to have the left wrist in a cupped position at the top of the back swing, which opens up the club face. They get to this position by rotating the club face open during the back swing. Ideally your left wrist would be in a flatter position which will keep the club face square. To achieve this top of the back swing position you might want to feel like you are gradually twisting the grip away from you in the back swing. You want to avoid too much too soon, but by the time the club get to the top of the back swing, you should be in a nice flat position with the left wrist. The flat wrist will make the clubface stronger, and therefore, help the golfer get rid of their slice.

3) If you are still slicing the golf ball with a good grip, and good top of back swing position, chances are, you are untwisting the club face in transition which is opening up the club face once again. As you start down the force of you hands will want to open the club face up again and you have to resist that by maintaining the twist you had at the top of the back swing or even increase it. You want to feel like the grip is again twisting away from you in the downswing, or that you are adding flexing to the left wrist. This will strengthen the club face an allow the golfer to have a square club face by impact, eliminating their slice.

A great drill to sense how much twist you need to apply during the swing, to help you stop slicing the golf ball, is to grip the club with your left hand and the thumb and fore finger of your right hand and add a gentle twist until the left wrist is flat at the top of the back swing. As you start down you will want to keep applying the twist to the club in an effort to stop it opening . The is a great drill to fix your slice.

Once your left arm gets to about parallel to the ground go ahead and release the back of the left hand through.

You should find that the ball will fly straighter and the strikes will be more solid and over time your slice will turn into a draw.

This video should help answer the following questions:

– How do I fix my slice
– How to cure my slice fast and easy.
– Why do I slice the golf ball
– Whats the best drill so can I do to eliminate my slice?

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HOW TO GRIP A GOLF CLUB – WHAT DOES THE RIGHT HAND DO?

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Golf Swing – Impact Hand Location & Aim Point Technique

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Most golfers are extremely right sided. What this means in the golf swing is that they have a tendency to over use the right hand and arm.

This results in a throwing action with the right arm coming down and releasing the angles in the elbow and wrist. This then results in the club head releasing too early through impact, and generally a thin or fat shot!

Try and control the release with the left hand. Both, uncocking and rotating the left hand through the shot. This will help stop the right hand and arm from working too hard in the downswing.

Also, the hands should return back under the left shoulder by impact. If not, as in the example above. The club head will have to release too early and a “flip” style action with the hands and wrists will be the result.

Try and drive your hands down to cover a spot past your left foot at impact. This is better known as the “Aim point Technique”. Basically, a spot on the ground to aim your hands at coming down!

Michelle Wie Swings Left-Handed

In this short clip we get to see Michelle Wie swing left-handed. She plays golf right-handed, of course, so this is what her lefty swing looks like. And it’s not bad! Especially considering she’s in some chunky heels and jean shorts.



In this short clip we get to see Michelle Wie swing left-handed. She plays golf right-handed, of course, so this is what her lefty swing looks like.

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Dustin Johnson’s Golf Swing Secret is All in the Wrist | Hank Haney: Swing Like a Pro | Golf Digest

The secret to PGA golfer Dustin Johnson’s trademark driver swing? It’s all in the wrists. Hank Haney explains in this episode of Swing Like a Pro. Transcript: We’re lookin’ at Dustin Johnson’s swing. He has one of the most unique swings in the game of golf. Not only is he one of the most powerful…



The secret to PGA golfer Dustin Johnson’s trademark driver swing? It’s all in the wrists. Hank Haney explains in this episode of Swing Like a Pro.

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We’re lookin’ at Dustin Johnson’s swing.
He has one of the most unique swings in the game of golf.
Not only is he one of the most powerful players in the game,
but he has the most different wrist position
at the top of his swing of any other player
who plays the game.
There are three wrist positions
you can really have at the top,
a flat-left wrist position, a cupped wrist position,
and a bowed wrist position.
Dustin Johnson is very bowed
at the top of his swing, uniquely so.
When he swings the golf club back, what happens is,
is his right wrist bends back,
and that tends to start to bow his left wrist.
So as his right wrist bends back, his left wrist bows.
By the time Dustin gets to the top of his swing,
you can see how pronounced his left wrist is
in a bowed position.
This puts the clubface also in a very closed position,
which makes it difficult for an average golfer
to get the ball up in the air.
This is the most common mistake that ladies have
when they first start to play the game.
For one reason or another,
it seems like every lady who starts to play golf
gets their left wrist in exactly this position
at the top of the swing.
And the clubface has no loft.
That’s one of the reasons why they cannot
get the ball up in the air.
I watch people all the time when they’re givin’ tips
to their girlfriend, or their wife,
and they’re tellin’ ’em to turn their body,
and do this, and do that, and this is the wrist position
that they have at the top of the swing,
and they never will be able to get the ball up in the air.
How’s Dustin Johnson do it?
Well, at impact, by the time he gets to the impact position,
he’s corrected that.
Let me show you this.
So you can see here, he’s started to get his left wrist
in a much better position.
It’s almost flat right now.
Much different than it was at the top of the swing,
and by the time he gets to impact,
he’s gonna have that left wrist flat to the target.
For all intents and purposes,
your left wrist is your clubface.
You want the back of your left hand
to face the target at impact.
If it’s bowed, it’s gonna be delofted.
You want it to be pretty flat,
so that you’ve got the right amount of loft on the club.
This would be too much loft,
not enough loft here, flat would be neutral loft on the golf club. And that’s where he’s gonna be at impact. The position he’s in now allows him to just rip through the golf ball, and not have to worry about hittin’ the ball to the left.

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How to Keep the Left Arm Straight | Golf Instruction | My Golf Tutor

How to Keep the Left Arm Straight Hitting a Draw Step-by-Step Checklist: Blog Post: Sean is the co-founder of My Golf Tutor, the top golf instructional blog helping weekend golfers play better golf. He played on the Irish National team that produced major champions like Rory Mcllroy, Graeme McDowell, Padraig Harrington, and Darren Clarke before…



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Are you one of the many golfers who worry about whether or not they should try to keep their left arm straight in golf swing?

Have you read magazine articles saying that all pros keep their left arm straight, and that this is the key to hitting it longer and straighter?

Miles read something similar to this as well, and wrote to us asking:

I’m fairly new to playing golf, but I have heard that I need to keep my left arm straight and that it will help me hit better shots. Is there any truth to this – and if so – what can I do?

The answer to this question, Miles, is that it depends on the golfer.

The range of motion in your Thoracic Spine (T-spine or upper back), in almost every case, will determine how straight you can keep your left arm or how much you’ll have to bend it (for a right-handed golfer) to make a complete backswing.

For me, I do like to see golfers keep the left arm fairly straight.

I don’t want it locked, but I only want this position if the golfer’s range of motion can support it.

One of the main reasons why some people are able to keep their left arm straight is because they have great range of motion in their T-Spine.

I’ve had students come to me who’ve read an article telling them that they must keep their left arm straight.

They come for a lesson, begin making a few swings, and then ask me if they were keeping their left arm straight during their swing.

“Pic Here of Short Backswing”

What was happening was that their backswings would be so short they were unable to generate any momentum for their downswing and follow through.

Their rhythm and timing were out of sync and they could not produce an efficient swing.

If you are someone who has a tight T-Spine, don’t be afraid to allow your left elbow to bend slightly in order to complete your backswing.

JB Holmes bends his left arm…

A great example of someone who bends their left arm, but does not lack distance one bit is PGA Tour player, JB Holmes.

He lacks range of motion in his T-Spine, and the only way that he can complete his backswing is to allow his left arm to bend slightly.

As illustrated by JB Holmes – who is one of the longest hitters on tour – bending your left arm does not rob you of distance.

If you’ve been trying to keep your left arm straight and you find that you’ve lost or are losing distance, I hope this information gives you a clear picture of whether you should continue striving for that straight left arm, or whether you should consider bending it.

Do you play with someone in your weekend golf match who is always trying to get their left arm straight?

Forward them this article; they’ll see that JB Holmes can hit 300+ yard drives while bending his left arm.

What was the last tip you read in a golf magazine, and then tried to use in your golf swing?

Tell me about it in the comment section below.

RIGHT AND LEFT HANDED! #1 in GOLF WISDOM Shawn Clement

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