The trending Japanese putting grip offers benefits such as even pressure between hands, reduced wrist involvement, and a more solid stroke.

Traditional right hand low or left hand low grips may lead to issues like misaligned shoulders or closed stance, but preference leans towards left hand low

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Regardless of grip choice, keeping hands close together is crucial for a soft grip pressure and consistent putting stroke

The recommended grip involves placing the left hand in front, interlocking fingers, and ensuring even spread of thumbs for balanced grip pressure.

This grip promotes even shoulders and allows the putter head to swing freely, enhancing consistency in the putting stroke

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The presenter showcases the grip using a new AI1 Rossy putter, emphasizing its role in the improved putting technique

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