My instructor has me taking a strong grip in my lessons, where I use a 6 iron. He advocates basically "lining up" the forearms to where from the front or back view, you can't see the other are (if you were someone watching me from in front or behind). This has worked well for me with the irons, but with the driver, it seems to work better if my right arm is a little more neutral than that or more over the top of the club than this, which is essentially on the side of the grip with the irons. Doing so makes this "lining up the forearms" not possible, to where my right forearm is a little further away from my body than the left if I'm looking straight down while holding the club.
Does anyone else do this. It seems to help me some with consistency off the tee. Should my right hand me more on the side of the club like it is with my irons, thus creating this "lining up" effect. Or should my right foremarm when looking straight down be a little further away from the body than the left (by being a little more on top of the grip instead of on the side/under like it is with the irons.
Any help would be appreciated.