A Neutral grip requires no compensation later in the swing and less manipulation of the clubhead through impact. A neutral grip is one in which the v formed by your left thumb and index finger points to your right eye. A grip is strong when both hands are turned more to the right, its weak when the hands are more toward the left. When working on your grip its easier to assure the correct position of your hands if you holf the club out in front of you. If you tend to slice turn the grip a bit to your right and if you hook turn your grip a bit to the left.
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