Get a Grip

I have to rate a faulty grip as the most common cause of bad golf. (Tommy Bolt, late professional golfer)

Whether play-for-pay or merely weekend duffers, golfers are always looking for ways to improve their game. Slicing, hooking, or landing in sand traps—all are reasons to look for improvement. Bolt says it’s all about how you hold the club. It’s a lot like life, isn’t it? If we have the right grip on our attitude, hopes, and expectations, life is much better.

Stand firm and keep a strong grip on the teaching we passed on to you both in person and by letter (2 Thessalonians 2:15).