Dialling In The Perfect Golf Grip Pressure (Video)
Dialling In The Perfect Golf Grip Pressure (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Any time you are ever thinking about improving the way you play golf often one of the things that golfers look at is going to be the grip. In a first lesson we always talk about the grip anything they tell you when you pick up a golf magazine is the grip. It always talks about the grip but one area of the grip is the grip pressure and it's sometimes a thing that experience golf fall into the trap of not focusing on. The grip pressure of the another so you see gripping the club they think they must be getting it right every time but in the process of improving one's golf we think about lots of different areas and the one thing we don't necessarily consider enough is the grip pressure. The more we think about well there are areas of swing the grip pressure cannot be increased because we're spending so long thinking about all the parts. So we might be looking at transition or downswing coming into impact and every time we do this we get so caught up in those things that the grip almost becomes like the safety blanket the security blanket we're not just squeezing the life out of a club.

So although the the areas of the swing may be improving you might not be seeing the right benefits the right good results because the grip pressure is actually undermining all the of the hard work. So squeezing the goal to too tightly causes lots of issues too much tension not releasing the club not actually delivering enough power we should get people think the heart of the how the faster the going to swing but that's not always the case. So the grip pressure needs to be really carefully considered throughout the bag so be it would drive a bit with. We've got to consider that grip pressure make sure it's firm enough to hold the golf could become troll the club but not so hard that you lose the feeling lose the tension or lose the power in your swing. So let's do a little bit of work now focusing on good grip pressure.

2017-05-02

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Any time you are ever thinking about improving the way you play golf often one of the things that golfers look at is going to be the grip. In a first lesson we always talk about the grip anything they tell you when you pick up a golf magazine is the grip. It always talks about the grip but one area of the grip is the grip pressure and it's sometimes a thing that experience golf fall into the trap of not focusing on. The grip pressure of the another so you see gripping the club they think they must be getting it right every time but in the process of improving one's golf we think about lots of different areas and the one thing we don't necessarily consider enough is the grip pressure. The more we think about well there are areas of swing the grip pressure cannot be increased because we're spending so long thinking about all the parts. So we might be looking at transition or downswing coming into impact and every time we do this we get so caught up in those things that the grip almost becomes like the safety blanket the security blanket we're not just squeezing the life out of a club.

So although the the areas of the swing may be improving you might not be seeing the right benefits the right good results because the grip pressure is actually undermining all the of the hard work. So squeezing the goal to too tightly causes lots of issues too much tension not releasing the club not actually delivering enough power we should get people think the heart of the how the faster the going to swing but that's not always the case. So the grip pressure needs to be really carefully considered throughout the bag so be it would drive a bit with. We've got to consider that grip pressure make sure it's firm enough to hold the golf could become troll the club but not so hard that you lose the feeling lose the tension or lose the power in your swing. So let's do a little bit of work now focusing on good grip pressure.