|2||lumpkin||Houston National 1 Golf Course||6||4.3||78||72|
|3||magicwand||Fox Den Golf Course||7||6.9||79||72|
|4||Bocaflogger||Championship Golf Course||11||10.6||83||72|
|5||jchardee1||Vintner's Golf Course||11||13.1||79||68|
The grip is probably the most talked about area of the swing in terms of instruction. As a matter of fact, I don't think I have ever seen someone getting a lesson who is NOT told to alter their grip somehow.
During the course of a year, an avid golfer's clubs are swung anywhere between 18,000 and 20,000 times, carried or hauled on a golf cart for about 3,000 miles, roughly handled another 1,000 times, tossed about the trunk of a car for over 20,000 miles and swung in a variety of less-than-perfect situations involving low-hanging branches, rocks and hardpan. Obviously, the stress and strain a golf club endures goes far beyond that for which it's designed, so now is the perfect time to examine your woods and irons and, if necessary, get them back into playing shape. ... More