We test 4 different grip sizes to see what effect the right, or wrong, grip size can have on the golf swing.
0:00 // Intro
3:10 // Testing
6:48 // Results & Conclusions
BOOK A FITTING
TXG CUSTOM SHOP:
SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL:
FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM:
JOIN THE TXG TEAM:
Filmed at: Tour Experience Golf
Custom Golf Club Fitting Studio – Toronto, Canada
Great Golf Tips To Build Up Your Skills
Golf is a great sport for anyone to play. Golf takes great athleticism and strategic thought to play. This may make golf seem hard to some people, but golf is easy, so easy that anyone can learn to play it. If you want to learn how to play golf, then read the advice in this article.
The first step to mastering the game of golf is the correct grip of the club. Beginners often grip the club too hard, thinking that they will hit the ball further that way. Try gripping soft, yet firm. Hold the club like you would hold a bird.
Improve your short game by visiting some three-par golf courses in your area. Many golfers are too focused on taking that long perfect drive off the tee and neglect to put enough effort into improving their short game. Three-par golf courses can be even more challenging than regular golf courses. If you don’t make it onto the putting green with your drive, then you either have to chip the ball in for a birdie or make your putt on the first attempt in order to make par. Improving your short game can drastically reduce your handicap.
A helpful tip when it comes to golf is to make sure that you allow for moisture conditions when playing. This is important because the wetness of the ground you are playing on will have a direct impact on how your ball bounces and rolls. The wetter it is, the less distance you will get after making contact with the ground.
A helpful tip when it comes to golf is to make sure that the last club you use in practice before heading out on the golf course is the first club you use when you tee off. This will ensure that you are ready for your first shot – the most important one of the day.
If you miss a shot, remember not to beat yourself up about it! Not only is it important to be a good sport, but becoming angered could also jeopardize your level of focus. Golf is supposed to be a relaxing game, after all, so try not to develop an overly competitive mindset.
When performing a golf swing, the right leg is the root of everything. It’s essential to keep weight on your right leg, with the knee slightly bent, during the back swing. If your right leg is weak, it means a major lack of power. Imagine your knee braced against a solid wall while swinging.
To get better at putting make sure to keep a soft tension free grip on the putter. You want to be free and relaxed. If you are tense, it is highly unlikely you will be able to make a high pressure putt, and very likely you will end up hitting the ball too hard.
Turn your hips properly. Start your swing by turning your hips to the right. (Notice that the weight shifts onto your back leg.) Once you get to the back of the swing, move your hips in the other direction. The weight will then shift onto your front leg and you will be properly prepared to hit the ball.
The single most important fundamental of golfing that is frequently overlooked is proper set up position. The first step is alignment. With your body parallel to a target line, a right-handed golfer will look as if aiming slightly left of the target line. This illusion is created because the ball is on the target line, not the body.
If controlling and judging distance in your putts is a problem in your golfing, try this easy practice to get the hang of it. Try taking a golf ball in your hand and rolling it to the hole, taking note of the amount of energy it takes to get it just right. Then try using that information with a golf club.
As stated before, golf is a great sport for anyone. In order to play golf, players must use great strategy and athleticism. Though golf may seem hard, it is pretty easy to learn to play. If you remember the advice from this article, you can learn the game of golf.