A short video where PGA Professional Chris Ryan shows you 3 ways to mark your golf glove with a sharpie to help you whilst out on the golf course.

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    14 Replies to “HOW TO MARK YOUR GOLF GLOVE”

    1. John Wayne says:

      Marky Mark and the hard bunch

    2. Great tip. I will try it out tomorrow. Lovely day in Sydney

    3. Catalin SS says:

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    4. Great simple focus reminder. I agree, at 66, late in a round my routine get sloppy.

    5. Fergz says:

      Great advice 👍🏼

    6. antcrabs says:

      Really good idea, great video

    7. We play golf says:

      Thanks for the interesting tips! Keep up the good work!

    8. THP Golf TV says:

      This is a really good tip. You can mark the grip of your club as well as a "reminder" to keep you in the same spot.

    9. What a great video, great ideas. You have really helped me in a lot of different areas and this tip is great. When you get to be a geezer golfer it gets even harder to maintain any sort of routine, you just naturally get mentally tired. I struggle with taking a correct grip and although I work on it by the back nine I sometimes revert to old bad habits ( in my case overly strong clubface and a vice grip) this will help I am sure.

    10. Ernie Mangus says:

      A very small tip that could make a huge difference.

    11. I have a black glove!?

    12. stephen hash says:

      excellent. I find my gloved hand sometimes gets tired later in the round causing grip issues. being able to maintain a solid grip without having to think too much about will hopefully leave my mind free to focus on routine.

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