Everybody holds a golf club differently but there are a few common grip problems that many people face. Here’s a quick tip for the 3 most common ways that your grip might be hindering your golf swing. Continue reading “Grip Problems That Could Hinder Your Golf Swing”
One of the main issues with maintaining an effective golf club grip and keeping the club face square is your hands can turn freely and easily find themselves in all sorts of positions that over time can start to feel good. Once the habit of a bad grip starts setting in though it’s really hard to get back in to putting your hands on the club correctly, worsened by the lack of feedback offered by a round golf grip.
Getting a solid putter release is key to making successful shots on the green and has been a focus of PGA professionals for years, especially the likes of Steve Stricker and Tiger Woods.
Most people start thinking about the putter releasing as the club passes the hands but that’s really not what happens. Continue reading “Putter Release – How to Release the Putter Properly”
The PGA show hosts industry and PGA professionals and was held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando this year. The show attracted more than 40,000 golf industry professionals and here's a glimpse at the Lamkin grips unveiled for the 2018 season.
A common problem golfers face lies with their putting grip - when putting the right wrist breaks down on the backstroke, causing the putter face to open too much leading to inconsistency. One way to address this is to try an unconventional grip; put your right forefinger down the shaft to stabilise the wrist.
One obvious reason to replace your putter grip is because you're not finding consistent success with the putter. Rather than going out and spending a couple hundred hours practicing with a brand new putter (and the cost!) try regripping your putter