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Old 09-23-2019, 10:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Canadiens Fan View Post
I'm reading the book "Practical Golf" by John Jacobs. Really good book so far.

I read the first section on why the ball travels left, right or straight due to our swing. There are nine different possibilities of ball flight due to three possible club face positions (open, square, closed) and three possible swing lines (inside-out, on-line, outside-in). This will really help me analyze ball flight during practice sessions.

Now I'm reading the section about grip and I'm a bit confused. The author says that the pressure points for the right hand are the middle and the ring finger. I thought it was the index finger and the thumb?
Take or disregard my amateur advice as you like:

Assuming you are swinging right handed, your right thumb should play essentially no role in the swing, it's just there. No pressure applied.
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