The golf grips you use can make or break your game. Tapered grips are known to untapered grips, but what are they and why should we care?
A non-tapered grip may help, but if that doesn't work for you, maybe a tapered grip will.
A tapered golf grip is designed to fit your hands right when placing them on the club.
But there’s more.
Golfers need grips on their clubs that are the perfect size for their hands, and not too big or too small. This ensures that they grip the club properly.
A grip that is too large will make it difficult to maintain a firm hold on the club during the swing and one that is too small will not provide enough grip.
When using tape, it is important to wrap the grip in a certain way so that it does not loosen up over time.
You want to get your grip right…
It all depends on your hands what feel you want in your golf grip.
Some golfers say a less tapered golf grip will increase your hand to ball contact and allow for greater control of the club head. I’m not sure about this one though.
I think it’s all about personal preferences if you want a less tapered golf grip or not…
Non tapered golf grips can be designed to feel more natural in your hands, which can help reduce hand fatigue on the course.
Non tapered golf grips allow for a nice stroke out of your body, which is much easier on your wrists.
Golfers can spend a lot of time and effort to achieve the optimum weight for a shaft that will improve their swing and clubhead speed. They do this because they can maximize their game by paying attention to these things.
Do you know what kind of golf grips maximize your swing?
Are you a tapered or non tapered kind of golfer?