We received another outstanding message from the Surge Nation regarding the grip. Robert F. wrote in to say that he had a moment of clarity about his grip pressure, so I wanted to share it with everyone today in the hopes that it may help someone's game.
One of the great things about a vertical golf swing is that it allows you to maintain equal pressure in each hand throughout the entirety of the swing. That's because your arms and hands go straight up and straight down...or at least they should!
I recently taught a series of golf schools in Florida and had a great turnout. We've got a lot of Surgites from that area and one of them decided to invite me down a day early to play a round of golf. We played with another golfer named Eddie, who is 78 years young.
Today's video is all about grip. It still amazes me to this day to see so many different ways in which amateur golfers hold a golf club. Especially when it's one of the easier things to control in your swing.
For today's daily video, I'm going to share a great swing thought that was sent in from a Surgite. John Borgas had been having some trouble with the concepts of taking the club back into the catcher's mitt. He was worrying so much about where his hands were, the rest of his swing was being... more
Do you have a working understanding of where your hands should be during your golf swing? If you don't, today's video will surely help you. A Surgite named Vinnie sent in a lengthy question that centered around wrist action.
Not everyone sees each daily video I publish, so sometimes questions get asked that have already been covered in the past. For whatever reason, there's a question that keeps popping up on the blogs and in golf schools about which hand is the dominant hand.