Grab your club tight
I have shared with you all about the golf clubs and how you use it and make the best out of its. There might be many mistakes you may get but none of them will be a problem to you if you even can not grab your club properly. Recently, when I taught my niece on how to playing golf, I notice that grabbing the clubs is also a skill that every golf player has to acquire.
The grabbing is simple, to somebody but to others, it is a mystery that they seem not to be able to learn. Children are very good at learning new things and if you teach them this basic skill, they will get it done perfectly in the future. There are some tips for you and your fellow golf players to follow in your next golf sessions. And fortunately, they are quite easy for you to learn and fix yourselves.
Don’t be panic and leave the job for your left hand
Not like other tasks where your right hand plays the leading role, in golf, it is your left hand that plays that leading role. And you should not listen to many advices out there about how to place your fingers and bla bla. All you need to do is to leave the work for your left hand and let it does the work for you. The hand will create the power for the swing and the shot. In case you want to change the power to alert the distance the ball can go then your left hand will know how to do it.
Your Wrist and your thumb are also important
When you grab the club naturally, you wrist must also be in its position of either flat or flexed. These are the two most natural ways of your wrist and there is no right or wrong about them. Your job to do with this is only to know if your wrist will be flat or flexed so that you can keep the position consistently during your games. About your left hand’s thumb, it plays as a guide for the club and it is where you put all your power through so you have to make sure that it make a good foundation for the club handles. The middle and index fingers of the right hand
Your right hands seem to be foget in this case. But actually, it helps the left hand to wrap tightly around the handle. The index and the middle fingers wrap around the handle and touch the left hand’s thumbs. And then the index finger of your right hand has the responsibility to hold the thumb and keep it from sliding from the handle during the shots. If you see anyone on TV who make a shot and throw away their clubs, that is because their right hand does not do its job well.
By following these tips, you will see the differences after several sessions. The first several sessions might feel strange to you because you have to break the habit of using your right hand from childhood but you should be patient and stick to these tips.