By Kiel Christianson
Early in the season, lots of golfers have trouble making solid contact with their irons. Fat, thin, fat, thin – your mistakes alternate faster than Kirstie Alley's body shape.
One of the primary culprits for the inconsistency in contact is the grip.
For most golfers, a weak grip leads directly to poor contact. The good news is that it's a relatively easy flaw to address.
In this video swing tip, Brian Lackey, PGA Teaching Pro at Gaylord Springs Golf Links in Nashville, Tenn., explains the weak grip flaw, the havoc it wreaks on your ball-striking, and how to fix it.