All grips look the same at first glance, but closer inspection shows that each yours, mine, your playing partners', Tiger's is entirely unique. In fact, you'd be hard-pressed to find two that look exactly alike. Most of the idiosyncrasies you see the best players in the world build into their grips are long-standing quirks learned at an early age that, well, just plain stuck. Others are carefully calculated positions that the player uses to offset a certain swing deficiency. That makes your grip a very powerful tool. If you feel good about your grip but just aren't getting the ball-flight you want, or can't stop producing one that you're trying to avoid, try these Tour-bred final touches.