How Does a Weak Right-Hand Golf Grip Affect Your Game? (and How to Fix It)

Weak Right-Hand Golf Grip

How important is it to hold the golf club with the correct grip?

Even if you hold the club poorly, how much harm can it do to your game and does a bad grip act as a catalyst for poor shots?

To answer the first question, the grip is incredibly important.

It is your only physical contact with the golf club therefore having an orthodox grip can’t be undermined.

On the second question, if your grip is slightly unorthodox it can be responsible for errant shots.

What Percentage of Golfers Break 100?

What Percentage of Golfers Break 100? 

Breaking 100 is a big deal in golf. When you break 100, you have to be able to hit a straight shot, make a few two putts, and keep the ball in play. For new golfers, breaking 100 is one of the first and most important obstacles. I’ll show you what percentage of golfers break 100, some tips for breaking 100, and why breaking 100 is such a big deal in golf.

How Much Does a Pro Golf Caddy Make?

How much Does a Pro Golf Caddy Make

If you’re like most golf fans chances are you’re asked, “How much does a pro golf caddy make?” It’s a good question because these guys are working hard, carrying a heavy bag, and trying to help their player win millions of dollars. A caddy wears a lot of hats from swing coach, sports psychologist, nutritionist, course strategist, and a voice of reason at times.

What is a Scratch Golfer?

What Is a Scratch Golfer

Imagine shooting around par any time you teed it up?

How good would that feel? This is known as a scratch golfer (or scratch player) and one of the most sought after goals in golf.

But what is a scratch golfer? How do you become a scratch golfer? Is there a secret formula for amateur golfers? How much better are pros than scratch amateurs?

These are great questions that we’ll answer today.

What is an Eagle in Golf?

What Is an Eagle In Golf?

If you’re like a lot of new golfers I’m sure you’ve asked yourself, “What is an eagle in golf?”

With so many terms – bogey, shank, skull, etc. – and rules, golf vocabulary can get a little overwhelming. But an eagle is definitely a term you want to know about as it’s one of the greatest achievements for amateur golfers.