The baseball, interlock and overlap grips can help alleviate various swing struggles.
Preston Mack
By Tim Mahoney
Monday, August 29, 2016

For every swing problem, there is often a grip problem. Chances are, one of these great grip techniques will solve your swing.

IF YOU NEED MORE: Distance
Try an Overlap Grip, It Frees Up Your Wrists

Put your right pinkie on top of your left index finger. One less digit on the grip lets your wrists hinge like they've been treated with WD-40, creating more speed.

The Overlap Grip
Preston Mack

IF YOU NEED MORE: Accuracy
Try an Interlock grip. It Firms Up Your Wrists

Nestle your right pinkie between your left index and middle fingers. Connecting your hands like this limits hinge—and unwanted face rotation.

The Interlock Grip
Preston Mack

IF YOU NEED MORE Height
Sweep it up! It Makes Your Right Hand "Strong”

With all fingers wrapped around the handle, your right hand becomes the "strong" hand. The result? A dynamic, sweeping arc and more loft at impact.

The Baseball Grip
Preston Mack

 

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