Henry Fall here, representing the Mile Lines Golf Academy all the way from the sunny landscapes of Arizona. Today, let's delve into the art of holding the golf club like a seasoned pro.
Sure, we've covered the basics of gripping in a previous video, but today I want to focus on a subtle yet crucial aspect: the way we cradle the club in our hands. Think about holding a steering wheel or slicing vegetables – notice how you don't clutch it with a vice-like grip? Well, the same principle applies to your golf club.
Picture this: a touch of tension in your fingers is acceptable, but avoid squeezing the life out of the club. Instead, nestle it gently in the fingers of both hands. The left hand rests beneath the pad, fingers interlaced, while the right hand mirrors the club face's alignment in the fingers.
For an extra edge, ensure those Vs align outside your right ear. Embrace this grip adjustment, and you'll not only harness more speed but also unlock the potential for more fluid wrist movement, elevating your game to a whole new level.
Give it a shot – embrace the fingertip hold and experience the exhilaration of a more dynamic swing. Your next hole-in-one might be closer than you think!. Swing on!
Henry Fall is a Golf Coach with Milo Lines Golf, LPGA Tour Caddie to Dana Finkelstein, content creator, and Rukket Golf ambassador. You can check out their online academy at milolinesgolf.com or on his instagram, @henryfallgolf.