The role of the hands in the operation of sending the ball to its objective is a subject of endless argument amongst golfers. The importance I attach to the hands may be gauged in the first place by what I have to say about the golf grip.
For one thing the top golfer has developed a sound and constant grip on the club which in itself PERMITS the hands to work properly. You may find the odd good player with a suspect grip, but you will seldom find a bad one with a good grip.
The golf grip is the first step we take towards the shaping of the swing with burner 2.0 irons. Slackness or movement on or away from the shaft at any stage of the swing can throw the whole operation out of line and completely wreck the timing.
I go so far as to say that conscientious work on the grip until it is correct in all its details will contribute more than any other factor towards the building of a finely shaped swing with burner 2.0 irons. The feet, legs, back, shoulders all have their essential parts in the movement, and good hand-action in itself will not bring these members into play as some pundits would have us believe.
But without the proper use of the hands these other physical members will not be able to function as smoothly as they must. Now the first and main function of the hands is their correct placement on the shaft of the club from burner 2.0 irons for sale online store. Master the grip and the rest of the hand-action will present no serious problem.
The majority of the top players uses the Vardon overlapping grip in which the little finger of the right hand is hooked on top of, or round, the forefinger of the left. This is designed to bring the hands into closer unity. It is the grip I generally teach unless the pupil has small hands and short fingers.
A third style is the interlocking grip with clubs from burner 2.0 irons for sale online store. This is perhaps the most individualistic grip of the three, and I consider it should be learned and developed only under personal supervision.
All three of these grips, however, have one common factor when practiced by good professional players. They are applied in such a way as to ensure that the hands work together as one. For remember, golf is a two-handed game. Learn to regard the left hand as the controller, then you need not fear the right.