Guide To Finding Right Golf Grip

Just like how car tires degrade over time and lose its grip, the same can be said about a golf club's grips. While most golfers do not realize this, but a bad grip will significantly hamper the performance of the golfer. Not only does it reduce the control a golfer might have, but the grip will also become more slippery.

Just take a look at your golf club's grips. Do they look worn? Are they slippery whenever you swing them? If they are, then you either need to clean them or replace them entirely. If cleaning doesn't restore the grip's performance, however, that means a replacement is due. When in the process of buying a new grip, you will be confronted with many options, which makes it difficult for you to decide which one is best for you.

In this article, we'll give you three tips on how you can choose the right golf club grip replacement:

  1. Find the right grip size

The appropriate grip size will depend entirely on the size of your hand. If you don't know how to determine the size that you should be using, here's a quick way to find out: Grip the club as you would normally. If your fingers are digging into your hand, it is too small. If the fingers don't touch the base of your thumb, it is too large. In other words, the right grip size will leave your fingers barely touching the base of your thumb.

Remember, the wrong grip size won't only affect your comfortability in handling the clubs, but it will affect your game as well.

  1. Choose a comfortable texture

Determining the right texture is entirely based on your preference. Everyone has their preference when it comes to grip textures, and you should use one that you're most comfortable with. As a rule of thumb, if you want something that has a smooth and comfortable feel, opt for a grip that doesn't have much texture on it. If you prefer to feel more control over the club, however, a rougher surface can give you that.

Another factor when it comes to texture is whether you wear gloves as well. Ensure that the gloves and texture of choice work well together, meaning that it stays comfortable yet secure.

  1. Select a stable grip

If find yourself often swinging fast and hard, you'd want a grip that feels firm because it will give you more torsion control and stability. However, if you generally swing much slower or do not have a firm grip, a softer golf club grip is the more optimal choice since you won't need much torsion control. Keep in mind, however, that the softer the grip of choice, the less stable your swing is going to be. Because of this, it is always a good idea to opt for firmer grips.

When looking for the right grips for your clubs, keep in mind the three elements mentioned above. By determining what size fits you, what texture you prefer, and what firmness you like, you'll be able to select the perfect golf club grips to replace your old ones. Not only will this replacement reward you with a better, more comfortable grip and control over your swings, but also with improved performance when you play.

 

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