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I know its been a while that this topic has been commented on..in my search for better contact I have realised I choke the club to death and feel this is going to be detrimental to my swing. Would I be right in saying that holding the club too tightly would restrict the natural bottoming out of the clubface and holding off with the release (lightly gripping the club will release naturally.
No. I'm currently playing a set of Taylormade RSi 2s that didn't come with a GW, which kind of left me scrambling for one because my old Cleveland GW is 52° and doesn't fill the gap properly. I played with a vintage Ben Hogan PW because it fit properly but recently took that out of the bag because I hit it poorly. Found an old Wilson PW laying around the house so I put a new grip on it and will try it out for a while. Good thing about the Wilson is that it is designed like a wedge, whereas the Hogan is basically a high-lofted iron. I'm probably going to have to buy a new GW at some point.