Golf Grips Effect Swing





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Uploaded on Sep 7, 2010

In this video, Bob Lamkin discusses the importance of selecting the proper grip. Size and grip level are the most important features of a golf grip. Lamkin offers a wide variety of grips, from oversized grips, midsized grips, training grips, and more.

The right combination of grip pattern and thickness is required to match up with a player’s physiology and preferences. Lamkin offers a generous selection of club grips that will fit the requirements of any player. Tension through the arms and shoulders is the most compromising factor of any golf swing.

Maximize your potential with the proper grip, view the options at www.lamkin.com.

[Video Transcript]

What we've determined is that size and grip pressure are the two most important factors in golf grip development. So our grips that we're putting out to the consumer are not just cosmetically driven; they're a functional driven product. We have gone back again emphasizing the proper grip through the right size of grip that you're playing and the right surface pattern for the light tension, because tension will absolutely be the foremost killer in a golf swing. If your grip pressure is too tight, you're really going to have a problem from the start. You're pretty much dead from the get go. So what we're trying to emphasize with the Lamkin product line is actually the right size grip with the right surface pattern, which is going to allow the player to have a very light but secure grip, which is going actually allow him to freely turn back and through the ball, and generate more club head speed, which in turn is going to generate more consistency and more distance.

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