Overlapping Grip


Overlapping Grip
 Dabei liegt der kleine Finger der rechten Hand über dem Zeigefinger der linken Hand. Ungefähr neunzig Prozent aller Golfspieler verwenden diesen Griff. Er wurde von dem legendären Briten Harry Vardon entwickelt und wird deshalb auch als 'Vardon-Grip' bezeichnet.

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