Pressure Points – Grip Guides Training Aid Show You

Grip Guides Training Aid & Pressure Points

 

You might have heard “pressure points” when you grip the club.  What and where are these?  With Grip Guides training aid we have taken the mystery out of the equation and incorporated them for you.  Read below then go to www.gripguides.com/shop and purchase one today.

For Right Handed Player

 

(1)    Left Hand Pressure Points: these are the most important placements of the hands.

–       The middle of the left thumb is placed on the 1:00 o’clock line.

–       The  heel pad of left hand is on top of shaft at butt club at 12:00 to 1:00 o’clock.

 

These two placements insure that you are in the color zone ready for fewer compensations in your swing.

 

(2)    Right hand pressure points:

–       The inside of right thumb just above the knuckle should touch at the 12:00 o’clock line.  Notice the dotted line, the outside of the right thumb, this represents the area where the thumb is not touching the shaft.  The index finger just above the first knuckle touches at the 1:00 o’clock line.

–       This forms a bridge between the right thumb and index finger melding them together for proper placement!

–       The lifeline in right hand is the slot for left thumb.  This insures that hands are properly placed together at the proper angles.

–       The middle and ring fingers have to be on shaft for final pressure points.

 

Left Handed Player

 

(1) Right Hand Pressure Points:  these are the most important placements of the hands.

–     The middle of right thumb is placed on the 11:00 o’clock line.

–       The heel pad of the right hand is on top of the shaft at butt of clock at 12:00 to 11:00 o’clock.

These two placements insure that you are in the color zone ready for fewer compensations in your swing.

 

(2) Left hand pressure points

–       The inside of the left thumb just above the knuckle should touch the 12:00 o’clock line.  Notice the dotted line, the outside of the left thumb, this represents the area where the thumb is not touching the shaft. The index finger just above first knuckle touches at the 11:00 o’clock line.

–       This forms a bridge between the left thumb and index finger melding them together for proper placement!

–       The lifeline in left hand is the slot for right thumb.  This insures that hands are properly placed together at the proper angles.

–       The middle and ring fingers have to be on shaft for final pressure points Have to see the dotted line, dotted line is off      IMG_9759

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