Golf Digest (South Africa) - - The Golf Life - —ron kaspriske

You’re sup­posed to grip the club across the fin­gers, but it feels so much bet­ter rest­ing in the mid­dle of the palm. Un­for­tu­nately, hold­ing a club that way causes slices and cre­ates fric­tion be­tween the grip and glove, which de­stroys the leather. Rather than fork over R200 ev­ery few weeks for a new one, get more use out of the one you’re wear­ing by plac­ing a sliver of ath­letic tape on the heel-pad sec­tion. It’s per­fectly le­gal, rules-mak­ers say, and it’s a great lit­tle hack to keep you from carv­ing a hole in your glove af­ter 30 min­utes on the range.

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