So everyone is telling you that a stronger grip is one way to more distance. Getting those "v's", for a right hander, pointed toward the right hand shoulder is the way to go. I would like to discuss the topic briefly. I have noticed that almost all of the professional long drivers use a strong grip when setting up. They turn those hands almost under the club. My take on it is that changing your grip can actually hurt you. Now don't get me wrong, you have to have a sound grip. Just watch a few youtube videos with your favorite instructor if you need to tidy it up. But if you change your grip it may throw off the whole technique you have devoted years to. I grip the club somewhat neutral in my left hand and a little stronger with my right. It seems to work for me just fine. I am playing as good now as I ever have.
Notice in the above images that these are extreme examples of grips. I think you can use a combination of these grips and do just fine.
Daniel has been playing golf since he was ten years old. he was taught by his father whom he still plays with some 25 years later. He has always enjoyed the game and the lessons learned on the course. He is just like the rest of us who are in the pursuit of longer golf drives. This blogs looks to cover practical tips to hit the golf ball farther. Hope you enjoy and leave your comments.