Common questions

What kind of grip did Moe Norman use?

What kind of grip did Moe Norman use?

Moe Norman used an overlapping grip from the time he started playing until 1993. He switched to a 10-finger grip in 1994. Why did he switch? In the early 90’s a company called Natural Golf which taught a similar golf swing to Moe’s Single Plane.

Do any pro golfers use a 10 finger grip?

Scott Piercy is one of a handful of players on the PGA Tour with a 10-finger grip. In fact, since Bob Estes went to something else a few years back, Piercy is the only guy that I know of who still uses it. Most players either use an interlock grip or the overlap grip.

How does a single axis golf swing work?

Single-Axis Golfer — Because the shaft plane is the same at setup as it is at the point of contact, it’s often difficult to tell the difference between these two positions with a single-axis golfer. There’s no need for an upward or backward motion of the spine or an over-rotation of the hips.

Why do you Drop your elbow in a single axis swing?

Unlike in the conventional swing, there’s no need to drop the right elbow because the straight line established at address has allowed the arms and shoulders to move on an ideal plane for square impact. Again, the single-axis technique works to simplify the swing.

Which is the correct way to swing a golf club?

Conventional Golfer — The traditional address position forces a steeper, more vertical arm movement to the top of the backswing. You can clearly see the amount of shoulder rotation necessary to move the golf club to the top (right).

Where do the arms hang on a conventional golfer?

Arms extend from shoulder, not hang underneath. Conventional Golfer — This view of the conventional golfer shows a narrow stance with the lead arm on a different line than the clubshaft. The trail hand is on top of the golf club and the hands start behind the clubhead.

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