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every so often it seems that I can't get comfortable with my grip and I literally can't hit a ball or feel good doing it . Has anyone else ever had this happen to them and what did you do to go back to your old self? maybe its just all in my head idk…
try setting your left hand with the club upright, parallel and next to your left leg. Don't squeeze. Lift the club in front of you and set your right hand-- again, DON'T SQUEEZE. Then forget it-- concentrate on where the ball is in your stance and swing. Don't let your grip distract you.
When my hands or fingers are swollen, my grip feels like I have a foreign object in my hands. I've also noticed that cold weather makes my grips feel a little strange. Regardless of the reason, I try to concentrate on my swing and ensuring I don't overdo it with my hands. After hitting a few balls, it feels normal again.
Hope that helps you and good luck!
My issue is that I have had a very strong grip for ages, so much so that the right hand tries to lay down and sometimes I feel I fight my grip.
If I keep my head behind the ball and have a reasonable amount of spine tilt,it helps the grip.
I try to practice my regular grip and putting grip everyday. You can always find 5-10min to practice. Even 2-3min. It just becomes natural after a while and you won't even think about it.