What Are The Key Grip Check Points To Hit Sweet Hybrid Golf Shots (Video)
What Are The Key Grip Check Points To Hit Sweet Hybrid Golf Shots (Video)

What are the key grip check points to hit sweet hybrid gold shots? Now the grip is always the first port of call that you should have if your ball flight starts to suffer and if your strikes start to suffer. Because a correct grip is your only point of contact with the club, and therefore it needs to be spot on if you’re going to hit successful shots. Now when using a hybrid, it’s important that your grip makes sure that that club face is square at the point of impact. Now I measure my Thomas Golf hybrid here which sits nice and square to dress anyway so I can kind of place my grip on the club with the club actually sat down on the ground, as long as I keep that club face and the alignment kind of technology on the top pointing down towards my target I know that it’s going to be settled very, very square. Now what you actually want to be seeing with the left hand is the club running from the base of the little finger, through the middle of the index finger, and then that hand to wrap over on top.

As you look down on the grip, you should be able to see two and a half nookers on the left hand, and the V created by the thumb and the fore finger pointing up towards the right shoulder. You don’t want that thumb to be extending down the grip; you want it nice and snug in with the left hand here. As the right hand goes on either in to locker and overlap, the right hand should cover the left thumb and it should just sit in the life line of the right hand. As the right hand sits on top, it covers the left thumb, the V created by the thumb and the fore finger of the right hand also points up towards the right shoulder, and that will get you in a neutral position. Now with a neutral grip, that will allow you to actually deliver the club, into a square position and impact more consistently. You can have a slightly stronger grip which will cause the ball to go slightly left or help you if you’re hitting the fade or slice, or you can have a weaker grip which could actually cause you to hit a fade or a slice if you’re struggling with a hook. But with a nice and neutral grip, you can just swing nice and freely and if the club path is good, it will be nice and square at the point of impact as well. So the first point to check if you want to hit sweet hybrid shots is the grip. Make sure it’s in a neutral position and you should find the strike improving straightaway.
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What are the key grip check points to hit sweet hybrid gold shots? Now the grip is always the first port of call that you should have if your ball flight starts to suffer and if your strikes start to suffer. Because a correct grip is your only point of contact with the club, and therefore it needs to be spot on if you’re going to hit successful shots. Now when using a hybrid, it’s important that your grip makes sure that that club face is square at the point of impact. Now I measure my Thomas Golf hybrid here which sits nice and square to dress anyway so I can kind of place my grip on the club with the club actually sat down on the ground, as long as I keep that club face and the alignment kind of technology on the top pointing down towards my target I know that it’s going to be settled very, very square. Now what you actually want to be seeing with the left hand is the club running from the base of the little finger, through the middle of the index finger, and then that hand to wrap over on top.

As you look down on the grip, you should be able to see two and a half nookers on the left hand, and the V created by the thumb and the fore finger pointing up towards the right shoulder. You don’t want that thumb to be extending down the grip; you want it nice and snug in with the left hand here. As the right hand goes on either in to locker and overlap, the right hand should cover the left thumb and it should just sit in the life line of the right hand. As the right hand sits on top, it covers the left thumb, the V created by the thumb and the fore finger of the right hand also points up towards the right shoulder, and that will get you in a neutral position. Now with a neutral grip, that will allow you to actually deliver the club, into a square position and impact more consistently. You can have a slightly stronger grip which will cause the ball to go slightly left or help you if you’re hitting the fade or slice, or you can have a weaker grip which could actually cause you to hit a fade or a slice if you’re struggling with a hook. But with a nice and neutral grip, you can just swing nice and freely and if the club path is good, it will be nice and square at the point of impact as well. So the first point to check if you want to hit sweet hybrid shots is the grip. Make sure it’s in a neutral position and you should find the strike improving straightaway.