Do you grip your clubs too tight?
As a golfer you have probably heard the adage to grip the club as if you were holding a baby bird. Grip just tight enough to make sure it doesn't fly away – but not too tight to squeeze the life out of it.
We we get nervous, blood flows away from the extremes of our body (fingers) and we grip the clubs harder even though we think we aren't. This tightens our forearms and then our shoulders and we mess up our swings.
It's not just nerves that cause us to strangle our clubs. Sweaty hands and humidity cause slip in the grip and will also cause us to over grip.
Athlete's Grip™ dries our your hands completely giving you the confidence of a slip-free grip. It leaves no mess or tackiness on your hands or gloves and conforms to the rules of golf.
- You grip too tightly
- You play in humid and sweaty conditions
- You take your golf glove off after shots or need to use more than one glove in a round (and hang them up to dry)
- You wipe your hands or clubs with a towel before shots
- You wear RAIN gloves on both hands for a better grip (even when it isn't raining)