Improving Accuracy with the Proper Grip

In the following Easy Golf Tip, we will discuss how a proper grip can improve your driving accuracy. By properly placing your hands on the golf club grip, it will be easier for you to control the club. In order for you to maintain power and control in a golf swing, you must rotate the club to the same degree that you rotate the body. This means you need a relaxed grip. Do not strangle the club to death.

It is hard to describe the perfect grip using words so I have incorporated the following pictures to help demonstrate where to place the club in your hands.

  • The top hand The dots represent the position the club should take in your left hand

    The top hand The dots represent the position the club should take in your left hand

    Tips

  • Place the left thumb on the backside of the shaft. Club head should be square to target

    Place the left thumb on the backside of the shaft. Club head should be square to target

    The bottom hand

    The bottom hand

    Place club on first knuckle of the right index finger

    Place club on first knuckle of the right index finger

    Left thumb should tuck into the lifeline of your right palm

    Left thumb should tuck into the lifeline of your right palm

    Check the V's. They should point to your right shoulder.

    Check the V's. They should point to your right shoulder.

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Golf Tips to Improve Your Driving Accuracy and Distance

This portion of Easy Golf Tips is to provide you with some simple, yet effective golf tips that will improve your driving accuracy and distance. Some people will tell you driving the ball is over rated. Some will disagree. I think it depends on the person. The most important part of the tee shot is keeping the ball straight. It doesn’t matter if the ball travels on 150 yards. 150 yards in the fairway is better than 250 yards out of buonds in the lake.

People love using the driver. It’s fun to take out the “big dog” and rip one. But it’s only fun if you can keep the ball in the fairway, otherwise you want to toss your driver into the woods.

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