Holding a golf club with the right pressure and grip is an often overlooked function to a successful swing and shot. In this week’s Bradenton Herald Golf Tip, Pinebrook/Ironwood Director of Operations Joel King shows how critical it is to hold the club properly to avoid a bad shot from happening.
“One of the keys is that you have to put your hands in a position that you can take practice swings and you can be conscious of where your hands are at in the golf swing to feel if there’s any twisting,” King said. “This is not something that you’re going to do while you’re playing. It is critical that you do that off of the golf course. But you’re going to have to be conscious of whether your hands are actually moving. Most people don’t stop to think about that.”