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#1: Grip

Posted on 2006-06-11 23:14:06 by jpcheetham

Given a set of clubs with standard grips of the same type and size.
When playing a normal full shot with any club is your (should your)
hands/grip position be in exactly the same place on the grip on each
club? Say for instance distance from left hand little finger to top of
grip.

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#2: Re: Grip

Posted on 2006-06-11 23:26:46 by patty

Hi,

I will probably get flamed for this, but I would say given the same
exact lie, Not up or downhill , then yes your hand should be in exactly
the same position on the grip.

Some special shots may require you to grip down. But for normal full
shot's I would say yes.

It's your stance that changes, i.e for short irons you have a narrower
stance...

But I'm relatively new to golf so this is really an opinion...

cheers
patty



littonlad wrote:
> Given a set of clubs with standard grips of the same type and size.
> When playing a normal full shot with any club is your (should your)
> hands/grip position be in exactly the same place on the grip on each
> club? Say for instance distance from left hand little finger to top of
> grip.

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#3: Re: Grip

Posted on 2006-06-12 12:55:47 by Mark Myers

littonlad wrote ...
> Given a set of clubs with standard grips of the same type and size.
> When playing a normal full shot with any club is your (should your)
> hands/grip position be in exactly the same place on the grip on each
> club? Say for instance distance from left hand little finger to top of
> grip.

Yes, as Patty said, for normal shots. Otherwise you are changing the
effective length of the club. Of course you might want to do that on
purpose for some shots.

--
Mark Myers
usenet2 at mcm2002 dot f9 dot co dot uk
I have all the specs and diagrams at home

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#4: Re: Grip

Posted on 2006-06-12 20:10:22 by The LHC

Mark Myers &lt;<a href="mailto:spamblock&#64;see.sig" target="_blank">spamblock&#64;see.sig</a>&gt; wrote in
news:<a href="mailto:MPG.1ef744cc992e6f989e6e&#64;news.alt.net" target="_blank">MPG.1ef744cc992e6f989e6e&#64;news.alt.net</a>:
&gt; littonlad wrote ...

&gt;&gt; Given a set of clubs with standard grips of the same type and size.
&gt;&gt; When playing a normal full shot with any club is your (should your)
&gt;&gt; hands/grip position be in exactly the same place on the grip on each
&gt;&gt; club? Say for instance distance from left hand little finger to top of
&gt;&gt; grip.

&gt; Yes, as Patty said, for normal shots. Otherwise you are changing the
&gt; effective length of the club. Of course you might want to do that on
&gt; purpose for some shots.

yes, I find gripping down the shaft invaluable for whenever I want to thin
a lob shot 30 yards over the green!

anyone want to buy a lob wedge?

LHC.

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