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O.k. we’re going to go over the grip on your
chips. Now the grip is going to be pretty similar to the grip for all the other clubs
but it’s very important that you get a good strong grip when you hit your chip shots because
you don’t want to have any part of this; there’s a lot of miss queues that you can make and
really run up your score on these short shots. So the grip; I want you to put the club on
the ground and then you’re going to have the club, your hands going to come up the back;
o.k. so what I try to think about is I get my palm underneath it like that so now my
left hand, so you can see the thumb is straight down from the top so there’s; in the channel
in my hand is kind of around the edge of the club and my thumb is on top, and then my fingers
wrap around. So you can see that they’re somewhat at an angle, o.k. and then I put my right
hand on; I, I interlock not everybody does but I think it’s a great grip and Hogan liked
it. So I interlock my pinky and my right hand with my forefinger on my left hand, and then
I come over with the channel and my right hand goes on top of my thumb. So you can see
my grip is like that; so I can move the grip down, I can move it up; some players turn
their right hand like that, I’m not real comfortable with that but I think if you keep your hands
like this; this is a good strong grip and it allows me to control the head of the club
and the pay. So, and if you have any questions just review this and keep practicing until
the grip feel comfortable.

David Frank