How To Hold The Putter?

by Maura Hutchinson



There are so many ways you can hold the putter, Mark goes through his top three for consistent putting. The first grip Mark Crossfield showcases is the standard old school putting grip. It is the standard grip with your left hand above right, the palm of your hand rather than in your fingers like a normal golf grip. 

The second grip is the prayer grip where you have both hands either side of the shaft and the fingers pointing down the shaft. The final grip is the one Jordan Spieth is currently using in the reverse grip, where you have you hands the other way round to the norm.  This has a few different benefits is that it can reduce wrist hinge and help rotate through impact.

Which grip do you use? Have you tried any of these before?

Products that may interest you

WinnPro X 1.18 Inch Standard Putter Grips WinnPro X 1.18 Inch Standard Putter Grips   £19.95 £16.95 Save 15%   Pure Grip Classic Putter Grip 6 Colours Pure Grip Classic Putter Grip     £14.95 - £22.95     The Grip Master Paddle Leather Putter Grip 2 Colours The Grip Master Paddle Leather Putter Grip     £24.95     The Grip Master Tour Leather Putter Grip 2 Colours The Grip Master Tour Leather Putter Grip     £24.95     The Grip Master Midsize Leather Putter Grip 2 Colours The Grip Master Midsize Leather Putter Grip     £24.95     WinnPro X 1.32 Inch Midsize Putter Grips 2 Colours WinnPro X 1.32 Inch Midsize Putter Grips   £21.95 £18.95 Save 14%  
PayPal Credit