When it comes to improving one's golf game, I think a lot of people overlook the importance of their grip. More importantly, they don't think about grip pressure. The last thing you want to have is a weak grip, especially if you want to golf with any sort of consistency and power.
Greg Hill has just started using the Peak Performance Golf Swing, and he's already seeing a big improvement. One of the things he attributes his success too is firming up his grip. One of the biggest misconceptions about golf is that you need to hold the club with a light grip. I'll explain why in today's video.
After viewing 8 of your instant video lessons, I decided to try out your swing. I'm a huge guy, 6'10", 250 pounds, 62 years old. I have played golf & taken lessons for the last 40 years, currently play to a 13 Handicap. I was previously using a connected, rotary swing with limited success. I figured with my long arms, why not try your swing? Wow!!! I hit the ball nice and high, at least 5 yards further with my irons & 20 yards further & straight with my Driver! I simply firmed my grip up much more, swung into the catcher's mitt & up the tree in my backswing & let it fly on my downswing. I occasionally hit a few fat shots, but overall hit the ball very crisply, with nice divots in front of the ball. Thanks so much! Anything else I should work on?
Please give me some ideas on how to use your website. Thanks again, Don, for "Bringing Back My Golf Game"!
P.S. I Just ordered all your DVDs & can't wait to view them!
You must hold the club firm and with EQUAL pressure in both hands. If your grip pressure isn't equal, you won't have dynamic balance in your golf swing. Without dynamic balance, golf becomes that much harder!
Keep it vertical and firm up that grip!
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