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Have arthritis in pinky of left hand (right handed golfer). Would I benefit from reverse tapered grips (thinner at butt end to get a more secure grip)? Will implementing your swing technique be helped or hindered with reverse tapered grips? [email protected]

Shawn Clement

Definitely worth a try on a few clubs and no, it will not affect your ability to square the club; it may change the GRIP-CLUB relationship a bit but that’s all.

James Cooper

Hello Shawn, I`m new to Wisdom in Golf but have been trying to implement your methods into my swing for several weeks now. Lately I’ve been fighting a snap hook with my driver and hybrids. Today while watching your videos on the grip I believe(HOPING) I found the problem. At setup are you advocating a closed face with a neutral grip which becomes a dynamic strong grip and square club face upon rotating the forearms and establishing a side tilt with my upper body during setup?

Mike Young

I like neutral grip with a closed face. D o I keep it closed at set up when lining up to intermediate point or tilt, get behind ball so it looks square to my target line

Mark Gustafson

Hey Shawn!
I changed from interlock to overlap about 15 years ago. Now that I am snapping that club head out there, towards my target… I am now testing the interlock again. So far, it seems to allow me a more secure grip without actually tightening my grip force… if that makes sense. Great stuff, my man!!

Thilo Graeber

Hi Shawn, first of all thank you for all the Tips. It changed my thinking of Golf totally. I learned it in the late 80s and 90s. I wished I would have known all that at that time.
My question is as follows. For me, I found out that a neutral grip works even better than a strong grip. I totally get your concept and I am using a strong grip for years now, surfing from Stack Tilt to Mike Austin and than to you.
Out of curiosity I tried a neutral to weaker grip and I have the feeling that I can swing more relaxed and can let my snuff boxes run through easier. I have a snappier feeling. I even hit my drives farer and straighter
What would you say?
Greetings from Munich, Germany
PS: I am left handed

Last edited 1 year ago by Thilo Graeber
Lance Dirk

I had to sit and think about the grip for a bit as I was having issues. I watched the videos a few times and wasn’t clicking until it hit me. The grip is closer to a modern baseball bat grip where you line up the “door knocker” knuckles and you can point the index fingers in the same direction. When I played baseball when I was younger I would grip the bat and “line up the flats.” This puts the right (trail) hand too far under the club and it releases too much. Took me a minute but I got it figured out. The kitchen video is what helped seal the deal.

Thank you for explaining things in so many different ways!

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