Speaker 1: As far as grip pressure is concerned I've got a couple tips for you.
Now the first one is you don't really want to squeeze it so hard that you're causing your knuckles to be white.
You want to have a little bit of suppleness in your grip.
Now that's not to say that you want it so weak where someone could walk up and just twist a club in your hand.
It was a happy medium there.
You want to have enough grip pressure that you have real control of the shaft and the club face, but not so much that you lose a lot of the suppleness in your wrist and the relaxation in your hands because that's going to allow you to apply a lot of pressure to the golf ball as you swing through the ball.
Experiment for yourself to see what works best.
If 10 is squeezing the club as hard as you can and one is super loose, you're probably going to be somewhere around five.
That's what I suggest you go with, but experiment on your own and see what works best for you and your game.