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  • Moe Norman Natural Hold

    Moe Norman Natural Hold



    It must be noted that this is latter day Moe, under the sponsorship of Natural Golf... hence the baseball grip due to the extra extra thick grips that Natural Golf promoted on their clubs.

    Moe in his prime with his own set-up clubs used the vardon (overlap grip)....
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  • Posture

    Posture

    The posture, as with the grip, is crucial as it maintains the correct angle of the spine on the backswing and throughswing and in turn controls your swing plane. If this is not performed correctly you could injure your back.

    The idea of the posture is to find a position which will not only keep you well balanced but will be one which allows you to generate a good solid swing around your body. The Posture also determines how far you stand from the ball.
    There is a brilliant Practice that you can use to obtain this Position and I will explain that to you now.

    First of all get the correct grip...
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  • Grip Tip

    Grip Tip

    Here is a really good simple explanation of the basics of how to grip the golf club.

    Of course, if you look at many of the worlds top player their grips vary.

    Some may have a weak grip, some have a strong grip. This video explains a neutral position for the hands on the club, and is a good guide for someone who is beginning golf.


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  • How to Grip a Golf Club

    How to Grip a Golf Club

    The Golf Grip The grip is one of the, if not the most important fundamentals in the set-up to the ball. After all the hands are the only part of the body that have contact with the club. Assuming you are a right handed player, it is the left hand that is placed at the top end of the club. The positioning of this hand is crucial for a good golf grip. The club shaft runs from the middle joint of the left index finger diagonally across the palm of the hand and is supported by the heel pad being in position on the top of the grip. The Left Hand thumb is then placed down just right of center on the Grip. The Left Hand Grip is shown in Photo 1 below. Photo 1 ...
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  • Moe Norman Natural Hold
    greghutton


    It must be noted that this is latter day Moe, under the sponsorship of Natural Golf... hence the baseball grip due to the extra extra thick grips that Natural Golf promoted on their clubs.

    Moe in his prime with his own set-up clubs used the vardon (overlap grip)....
    06-27-2012, 02:49 PM
  • Posture
    greghutton
    The posture, as with the grip, is crucial as it maintains the correct angle of the spine on the backswing and throughswing and in turn controls your swing plane. If this is not performed correctly you could injure your back.

    The idea of the posture is to find a position which will not only keep you well balanced but will be one which allows you to generate a good solid swing around your body. The Posture also determines how far you stand from the ball.
    There is a brilliant Practice that you can use to obtain this Position and I will explain that to you now.

    First of all get the correct grip...
    06-25-2012, 10:25 PM
  • Grip Tip
    greghutton
    Here is a really good simple explanation of the basics of how to grip the golf club.

    Of course, if you look at many of the worlds top player their grips vary.

    Some may have a weak grip, some have a strong grip. This video explains a neutral position for the hands on the club, and is a good guide for someone who is beginning golf.


    ...
    06-25-2012, 10:14 PM
  • How to Grip a Golf Club
    greghutton
    The Golf Grip The grip is one of the, if not the most important fundamentals in the set-up to the ball. After all the hands are the only part of the body that have contact with the club. Assuming you are a right handed player, it is the left hand that is placed at the top end of the club. The positioning of this hand is crucial for a good golf grip. The club shaft runs from the middle joint of the left index finger diagonally across the palm of the hand and is supported by the heel pad being in position on the top of the grip. The Left Hand thumb is then placed down just right of center on the Grip. The Left Hand Grip is shown in Photo 1 below. Photo 1 ...
    04-09-2012, 02:58 PM
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