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Rick Sheils – Which putting grip should YOU use? Change your game FOREVER!

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Which putter grip style should YOU use | Simple way to lower your score


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    1. Robin Davey Reply

      Suffered with the yips on short putts for many years and have tried everything including armlock and wristlock. I always end up going back to the saw/claw style. I always thought reverse claw was right hand on top and left hand below the right but in a claw style (for a right handed golfer) and didn’t realise the Tommy Fleetwood grip is the reverse claw.

    2. James Hughes Reply

      I’m a reverse gripper myself! I find there to be a more stable grip. I use a ping Anser 2

    3. 1UsedDj Reply

      I use a standard grip, but I run my index fingers straight down the sides of the grip instead of wrapping around the grip.

      I found this really reduced how flippy I was with the wrists.

    4. TitleWaive1 Reply

      I’ve gone to claw and it has helped a lot with shorter putts. One issue with claw is left wrist does get flicky at times. How do you keep that left wrist from cupping? Choke down a bit? Also, as you said, longer putts can be tricky to get the ball far enough.

    5. Kyle Grimstead Reply

      Standard grip with my elbows locked out, I find keeps my putting stroke uniform and accurate every time

  1. Peter McDonald Reply

    I tried out a new grip a couple of years ago that works well for me. I would say it’s a variation of the claw grip perhaps.
    Holding the club normally with my left hand (I’m right handed), I then grip the bottom of my super stroke grip almost like holding a gun. With my pointer finger wrapped around the bottom edge of the grip. It keeps both of my arms straight and my hands quiet.

  2. Corey Paquette Reply

    I grip the putter the exact same way I grip any other club, with fingers interlocked. Never understood why I would do anything else. Anything else feels wrong and is less predictable. Unless you have more of time to practice the others and adjust to them I don’t see the need.

  3. Jaychen T Reply

    I’ve tried all of them and went back to standard grip because you just have to mtch up the way you send the ball on greens to the grip type and not the other way around. Stick with your instinct

  4. James Sayers Reply

    Standard for me. I tried the claw grip earlier in the season but as you said I found I was struggling with long putts. Maybe I should use standard for the long putts, then try the claw on short putts

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