How to Hold The Golf Club Correctly

How to hold the golf club correctly with Meandmygolf PGA Professionals Piers Ward and Andy Proudman.

22 thoughts on “How to Hold The Golf Club Correctly

  1. I'm a right handed player and my golf glove always wears out on the left hand heel pad, is that right or does that mean something is wrong? Thanks

  2. top vid guys! would you recommend strengthening your right hand grip if your pushing/push slicing the ball?

  3. I can't get my right hand to sit comfortably with the interlocking grip, it slips down to too strong position, overlap for me.

  4. I found the same thing and my pro suggested gripping further down the club. It's sorted now the end of the grip isn't rubbing against it. 🙂


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  6. Really enjoy your golf videos, and yes a few ECU's (extreme close ups) and maybe a few key 'freeze frames'/super slow motion replays edited in would make it really superb. Cheers!

  7. Hi John. Glad you like our videos and we appreciate your feedback. We are always looking at ways to improve to help you guys so keep us posted and let us know if you have any questions. Thanks

  8. hi guys, could you do a video showing an easy way to practice getting your pitching closer to the hole from further out – like 50 yards not just from the edge of the green. thanks

  9. Your videos are so helpful,the tips u give are so easy to remember ''clap clap,chop chop'',the driver cover next to the foot and the cover under the arm can't wait to do this on the driving range till it becomes natural for me.

  10. Finally someone has got the grip right but they needed to talk about why and also the need to hold the club in the fingers.
    By keeping your palms together and the club in your fingers it helps the swing plane and helps to keep the club face open on a straight line all the way to the ball.

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