Report Strange glove wear pattern in Instruction and Playing Tips July 14, 2011 Classic regripping wear spot. Means your grip comes a little open at the top then regrips. Your heel pad is too much on the side of the club grip. Solution is to get the heel pad of the left hand on top of the grip. You can check easily. Take your left hand grip holding the club out in front of you pretty level, open up the fingers of the left hand except for the index finger (which stays in a trigger finger position,) and have someone pull on the club. It should stay securely in your hand if the butt end is under your heel pad. This means more into the fingers of the left hand and to arch the wrist a bit when taking your grip. You can get the heel pad on top of the grip and still maintain a neutral grip, where the back of the left hand faces the target and the V points in the neighborhood of your left ear to mid-shoulder. That's my opinion.