3 Common Grips


Weak Grip
An anti-HOOK grip. With a weak grip, both Vs point toward your left {front} shoulder area. This grip will cause an open clubface at impact, which will send your ball right.

Strong Grip
An anti-slice grip. With a strong grip, both Vs point to an area outside your right {back} shoulder, and the back of your glove is almost entirely visible. This will cause a closed clubface at impact, sending your ball left!

Some players intentionally play a stronger grip to create a draw. A draw rolls out farther once it lands. Plus, a slightly stronger grip does provide women with more power. However, for most shots, a neutral grip works best. Talk to your golf professional to learn what grip would work best for you.

Neutral Grip
A neutral grip is the recommended grip and the most common. Both Vs created by your grip point to an area between your right {back} ear and right shoulder. This grip will produce a square face at impact with minimal effort.