I've been meaning to ask this for a few weeks but keep forgetting...
When you grip your driver do you set the club head on the ground and then grip it with both hands while the face is angled at the sky? I could swear I saw Mark Crossfield do this in one of his videos and then hit a ball and I'm having a hard time believing this can produce a straight drive.
Up until several a few weeks ago I was gripping the club with both hands, hovering it in the air several inches behind the ball and rotating the grip in my hands slightly to bring the clubface verticle. Someone showed me an easier and more consistent way to accomplish this and it involved laying the clubhead on the ground (face angled at the sky), gripping it with my left hand, lifting it off the ground and then gripping it with my right hand. When I do this the clubhead seems to pop into perfect position. I'm guessing this is by design and not some wierd stroke of luck but at the same time I'm still a little confused by the Crossfield video.
How do you get the perfect clubhead orientation when you grip your driver and is there a 'best way' to get the perfect clubhead orientation every time?