Take Thumbs, forefingers out of equation

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One of the most common errors made by club golfers is to grip their clubs too tightly with their forefingers and thumbs.

One of the most common errors made by club golfers is to grip their clubs too tightly with their forefingers and thumbs.
These two fingers and thumbs should only be used in support, and for nothing more than that. They will destroy your swing if allowed to take control on your hands, so make very sure to set things right when you next grasp a club.
A good grip requires you to only hold the club firmly with the last three fingers of your left hand (if you are right-handed) and with the middle two fingers of your right hand.
This grip, with the other fingers playing a relaxed supportive role only will allow the free movement of the wrists, increase your clubhead speed and generate more distance and accuracy.

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