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PostSubject: Re: Importance of GRIPPING   Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:42 pm

Suzuki wrote:
Hahaha.... We share exprience lah.... Can't teach... You go Seoul garden got Korean food leow, don't need to teach.

ROFL ROFL ROFL
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PostSubject: Re: Importance of GRIPPING   Wed Sep 12, 2012 9:18 pm

jeffman88 wrote:
Interesting topic : re grip are u referring to how fingers intertwine or dont intertwine when holding club or the rubber/ corded grip proper...

For former i hv a question: do we need to change the way we grip for the different clubs : driver irons wedges putter? or simply hold them the same way tho we can hold it near the end or further down depending on how u wanna shape the shot?

and for the latter
: i find it very tough to select grips esp with the many sizings n brands out there offering differing characteristics (i hv been tested at Ping and they say its white standard + my glove size is M/L). When changing the rubber grip i find it hard to decide which is better and also tough to feel the subtle different sizes due to other factors introduced eg softness, hardness, stickiness etc.... then there's color...sigh

Any answers for the grip difference for driver and grip for irons?
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PostSubject: Re: Importance of GRIPPING   Thu Sep 13, 2012 12:38 am

Slaygay wrote:
jeffman88 wrote:
Interesting topic : re grip are u referring to how fingers intertwine or dont intertwine when holding club or the rubber/ corded grip proper...

For former i hv a question: do we need to change the way we grip for the different clubs : driver irons wedges putter? or simply hold them the same way tho we can hold it near the end or further down depending on how u wanna shape the shot?

and for the latter
: i find it very tough to select grips esp with the many sizings n brands out there offering differing characteristics (i hv been tested at Ping and they say its white standard + my glove size is M/L). When changing the rubber grip i find it hard to decide which is better and also tough to feel the subtle different sizes due to other factors introduced eg softness, hardness, stickiness etc.... then there's color...sigh

Any answers for the grip difference for driver and grip for irons?

I'm sorry to dissapoint you Slaygay, but Jeffman88 is probably not the one you want to answer your question, lest you become as confused with your grip or supposed multiple grips for different clubs as much as I am by his subterfuge of the English language. ROFL

Like you, I'm kidding only Jeffman... you are too funny! lol!

Next time please put a disclaimer to tell all newbies seeking serious answers that you are only joking can? geek

Thanks for the laffs. Beer
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PostSubject: Re: Importance of GRIPPING   Thu Sep 13, 2012 7:53 am

Oooh my... I thought it's serious
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