Speaker 1: Let me troubleshoot a few things that I see a lot of amateurs do with their grip that get in their way.
The first one is they hear this thing that you want your hands to work as a unit, so they get their hands super close together like this, so they're almost on there as one hand.
That sounds great that you want to unite your grip, but you really lose the power of your right hand when you do that because it's pretty much like only your left hand's on the club.
You want to have the proper spacing of your hands and have them fully stretched down the club so that you can control more of the golf club and get the full power of both hands when you hit the club.
The other problem that I see a lot of people do with their grip is they might have their right hand in position, but the left one will be too weak, and their hands will oppose each other, or conversely, they might have them across each other this way, the right hand too weak and the left hand much too strong.
Then their wrists really don't work in the appropriate manner.
What I suggest you do is try to keep your grip pretty neutral.
Make sure that the V's formed by your thumb and index finger pretty much point at your trail shoulder.
Give your hands the proper spacing [inaudible 00:01:12] and you'll see that you maximize your power, and you maximize the amount of energy that goes into the golf ball.