Are you a golf beginner? Learn the basics of a proper grip and follow this new series on golf fundamentals.
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Bunkers shots from a plugged lie are perceived as one of the toughest shots in golf. But they needn’t be.
Welcome the first part of the 4-part golf bunker shot series. In part 1 we’ll look at the bunker shot set up. We’ll then move on to basic bunker technique, distance control, some bunker drills and tips for more advanced bunker shots.
A hook is often caused by an incorrect grip on the golf club – in particular what we call an overly strong grip…
Proper hand and forearm rotation, timed correctly, prevents the club face from being ‘open’ at impact (see the image to the right). It’s this open club face that imparts clockwise spin on the ball causing it to curve to the right.
As golfers, we’ve all heard the importance of a proper grip. But if you slice the ball on a regular basis, I’d be willing to bet there’s a good chance your grip is letting you down.
Learn the proper set up to help you make solid and consistent contact with ball – and maybe even impress your playing partners by making the ball check and spin.
The importance of a proper golf grip is one of the most written about topics in golf instruction. Yet some golfers have a grip that is costing them power, accuracy and consistency. Remember, your grip is your only link to the golf club…
Have you ever wished that someone would give you that tip earlier? Pete Styles decided to select top 10 most useful tips for beginners.
There is no trick here. Want better scores? Start by getting a better grip! Sometimes, a grip can look good on the outside, but still be incorrect. Let’s take a closer look at the details of how to place your hands correctly on the club.