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Date Posted: 15:09:40 07/11/00 Tue
Author: Peter
Subject: Re: I guess it true about SA people
In reply to: Remington 's message, "Right hand grip-Peter read this" on 14:28:00 07/11/00 Tue

This is the grip I have been using since soon after 'levering'. I looked at the Moe pictures at Kirk's sight and some frame by frame closeups from Todd's video and decided I needed to get my right hand more under the club. I mentioned some of this in my posts "Grip Stuff" but did not mention that Moe had his hand more under (that is how he accomplished the overlap - the first segment of the right pinky is bent over the base joint of the left index finger).

An additional thing I have tinkered with the past 2 weeks which you might consider if/when the euphoria wears off (:-) is something from kendo. That is setting a rotational tension between the hands on the grip so that your grip doesn't slip.

What I do is set the take my left hand grip with the left wrist in the 'Hogan Position'. I then take the right hand grip and apply a rotational force with it in a direction that would move the left wrist more in the 'Hogan Position'. This application with the right moves it into the tray position. If the club rotates, I reset my grip.

I wind up with a nice 'tight' structure in the grip that will deliver the club square every time if my hands get to impact in that position (left wrist Hogan, right wrist tray). 'Levering' helps insure that I get to impact with my hands in that position (ala Gerry Hogan).


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