How to Choose the Right Club Grip Size

By Jason Carbone

How to Choose the Right Club Grip Size

My name is Jason Carbone, I am one of the Lead Instructors here at the Jim McLean Golf School. We are just going to give you a quick reference point to check to see if your grips fit you. Here at Doral we actually have some of the best club fitters in the world and they can check you.

A Quick Way to Check Club Grip

A quick thing that you can do on your own is to take your grip and check to see that these middle two fingers just touch the pad of your left hand. If you see a big gap between the fingers and the pad the grips are too big. If your nails are digging in to this pad your grips are too small.

Category: Equipment
Sub-Category: Grip
About the Instructor
Jason Carbone
Jason Carbone
The Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa
451 North Litchfield Road
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
Tel: 623-535-5600
wigwam@jimmclean.com

Jason Carbone began working with the Jim McLean Golf School in 1998 and since has become one of the top instuctors in the country. He has been named the No. 1 instructor in Ohio by Golf Digest for the past 3 years, and was named one of the top instructors in the Midwest by Golf Magazine. He currently works with Chris Perry, Ryan Armour and Emily Bastel. Other players he has been fortunate enough to help include Jack Nicklaus, Len Mattiace, Chris Smith, Cristie Kerr and numerous others. He currently is Lead Master Instructor at the Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa in Phoenix.


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