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The role of the "Pinky"!

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#1 apopilot

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 12:35 PM

I have been playing for 4 years now and have dropped my handicap down to 13. However, I notice that my hand disconnects from the club at the completion of the golf swing. I have noticed the professionals remain connected. I recently started my grip by wrapping the pinky around the base of the club just above the white circular strip on the grip. I then hold it in the fingers. Wow...what a connection and a flat left wrist on the backswing. I would like opinions on this and your comments if this has improved your game.


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