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    Default Trigger finger

    https://golf-info-guide.com/golf-tips/setting-up-your-shot/golf-grip-what-is-the-trigger-finger/

    Ol mate Nifty from Nudgee and Charlie Earp have harped on it to me in the past. Trying very hard to work on it as I am feeling looseness in my grip at the top of my backswing and a subsequent lose of contol atcontact. Anyone got any thoughts on this grip.
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    If your loosing the grip at the top start looking at the top hand Palm position on the Grip.
    If your like many and Grip all the way to the end of the Grip Butt your loosing control there.
    There should be be at least 1/2 and inch of Grip still after the last position that top hand palm is in contact with the grip.
    The hands should be slid down 1/4-1/2 inch in that illustration above.
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    I have moved the hand down recently and thst has helped.

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    Tell me this is a Gee up!

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    Give your G spot a workout Lawrence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrins View Post
    Give your G spot a workout Lawrence.
    Got one last night.
    Pretty bummed it didn’t get one from you at Barny, but the two courses certainly reamed me.

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    Good thread would read again.

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    Trigger finger is not too popular it seems.

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    You need some different grips.

    You forgot the OzGolf motto - New equipment first, then think about lessons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrins View Post
    Trigger finger is not too popular it seems.
    Don’t think anyone hear has any golf books over 50 years old....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Nemo View Post
    Donít think anyone hear has any golf books over 50 years old....
    Iíd reckon a bunch own Hoganís Five Lessons.





 

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