What is the Right Golf Grip for Your Swing?




There are 3 standard golf grips golfers use, but have you put much thought into which one might be right for your golf game?

Your golf grip.

One of the most crucial factors in playing good golf is also one of the most neglected aspects of your game.

I’ll be the first to admit that the golf grip is not the most riveting topic out there. Nevertheless, how you hold your club affects countless aspects of your swing, from the shape of your motion to the power of your impact.

Gripping the club correctly gives you a much better chance at a quality shot.

There are three main types of golf grip:

Ten-Finger
Overlap
Interlock
I’m going to explain how each grip works and how to determine which one is right for you. I’ll also tell which of these grips could help you finally stop slicing the ball.

But first . . .

Look Out for This Common Golf Grip Mistake

Every one of these golf grips follows the same rule:

Hold the club with your fingers. Do not grip with your palms.

It can be so easy to let that club handle slip into your palms. Maybe that feels more natural to you. Maybe it just feels more secure. Regardless, you cannot get a quality swing by holding the club in your palms.

No matter which if these golf grips is right for you, remember to let your fingers do the work.

Ten-Finger Golf Grip

This very simple golf grip has one straightforward benefit. It helps you hold onto the club and swing it with ease, even if you have limited arm strength.

What is it?

The ten-finger golf grip (also known as the baseball grip) is exactly what it sounds like: All ten fingers on the handle.

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