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A portion of golfers who employ a relatively strong grip will struggle with inconsistent contact and poor low point control. While they will typically eliminate the right side of the course, they will still fight the occasional pull-hook. If this is a shot that leaves the course once or twice a round, scoring can become increasingly difficult.
If you fall into this category, it is important to revisit the relationships between body, grip, and release mechanics. This does not mean you need to completely overhaul your grip, but a few tweaks may be necessary to get back on track.
Tags: Poor Contact, Not Straight Enough, Early Extension, Chicken Wing, Impact, Follow Through, Transition, Release, Concept