I believe that the grips on your club are the most important part of you swing and clubs. The correct feel and size is so important. We have such a choice, I encourage you to explore and find what works for you. I know that real rubber grip absorbs the shock and allows me to feel more and hit a better shot. I like a tacky and sticky like feel for missed shots so as not to have the club turn in my hand exaggerating the miss. The correct size allows me to release my hands properly. Too big I fade, to small I hook it. So explore what is right for you and see and feel the difference.!!
The Dirt Blogs
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Golf lessons are wrong. First off, you go and pay a professional to tell you what you do wrong and not to do it. How about taking a lesson and having fun and experiencing immediate improvement. If you take a ski lesson, you see immediate improvement and you get better and can go to more places on the mountain. You think positive and do the necessary movements to improve. Why not golf?
For years we focus on negative and only take lessons when we have a problem or get worse. How about taking a lesson when your playing good or your best to do it more often and learn how to do it more often. Golf is now going to change forever at my hand. I refuse to instruct people on things not to do. If you can do what you need to improve, why not do it over and over? Thats right. Do the movements you need to do to be successful. Who in there right mind would pay for someone to make them worse before you get better and learn all your faults. No thanks....