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Barbro Nilsson

Great video as always. I have a question about the grip which I haven´t been able to figure out yet. I look at your videos and it seems as if the clubface is pointing in the direction you want the ball to start.(draw – a little bit open) Shall I first take the grip (normal grip closed face? or strong grip just a bit closed) and then aim the clubface in the direction I want the ball to start – never adjusting the grip afterwards – I´ve seen Horsel do that – but he is an exemption.

Usually I see players aim the clubface first and then take the grip.

I am confused where to start. Aim the clubface and then take the grip feels strange to me. I feel I have to manipulate to get the clubface closed (looks like I aming to the left) and then adjust the body (tilt) which will provide the strong grip (tiny open face look).

I usually stand behind the ball and chose my target and visualize ball flight – at that point I am also closing the face a bit (differ from club to club???) Then I align my body without changing the grip. I often think – is this the right way to do it? Not so good to have that thought coming into my mind at that point.

Barbro Nilsson

Thank you.

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