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Using a Strong Grip in Golf Helps the Slicer

A strong grip in golf is when a right-handed player turns his left wrist to the right to where they can see 3 or 4 knuckles instead of 2. Then the player then cups his right hand underneath the left hand. This subtle change in the golf swing can dramatically change a player's swing, and best of all it can dramatically help a slicer out.

The swing plane changes when a person starts using a strong grip, and a golfer who usually slices or pushes the ball will start to hit it straight or even draw the ball. Ben Hogan was famous for his teachings on the strong grip, as he was a very successful golfer using the strong grip, especially in the beginning of his career. Check out how a strong grip can help your swing and play better golf .


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