Supinated Grip: A grip on a bar where the palm and forearm are faced towards you.
Regrip: 1. To move or reposition the hands on the club during the swing 2. To replace the grip of a club
Psycho Grip: (also 'claw grip, gator grip') an unusual method of gripping the putter, popularized by pga tour player chris dimarco, where the fingers of the bottom hand are on top of the grip rather than . . . View Full Definition
Pronated Grip: A grip on the bar where the palm of the hand faces down of you during the exercise.
Strong Grip: Where the hands are rotated into a position of more physical advantage on the grip and, all else being equal, the club face has a tendency to close during the swing (e.g., for a right-handed . . . View Full Definition
Suitcase Grip: Holding the ball as you would the handle of a suitcase; promotes reduced hook.
Vardon Grip: (also 'overlap grip, overlapping grip') the most common grip in use today, named after historic player harry vardon, where the baby finger of the lower hand overlaps and rests on the index f . . . View Full Definition
Ten Finger Grip: (also 'baseball, full finger' grip) a method of holding the club using all ten fingers on the grip with no overlapping or interlocking fingers
Overlapping Grip: (also 'overlap' and 'vardon grip' after famous player, harry vardon) the most common grip in golf, placing the hands on the club such that the pinky finger of the bottom hand rests on the in . . . View Full Definition
Weak Grip: Where the hands are rotated into a position of less physical advantage on the grip and, all else being equal, the club face has a tendency to open during the swing (e.g., for a right-handed . . . View Full Definition
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