Gino Composto

Delray Dunes Golf & Country Club
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Gino Composto

Assistant Golf Professional
Delray Dunes Golf & Country Club
Boynton Beach, FL

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Grip It Lighter for more distance

Posted on: 13 Aug 2022

On a scale of 1-10, (1 being the lightest and 10 being the tightest) Your grip pressure should be around 3. It remains the same pressure throughout the entire swing thru impact. From the driver to the putter your pressure should not change. Your swing speed will increase the lighter the pressure. Enjoy the distance.

Feel the putter Find the right grip

Posted on: 06 Jul 2022

The best way to find a new putter is to go to your local golf store or Pro Shop that has a variety of putters. Using your favorite golf balls. Once you’ve narrowed it down to the one that “Feels “ the best take it out for a test drive on your favorite course. Putters […]

Square Club face, Square Shoulders

Posted on: 03 Sep 2021

The most important things to remember when setting up to putt is, use the alignment aid aimed at a spot halfway to the hole. Set the putter down behind the ball square to the alignment aid. Ensure that your shoulders are parallel to the target line. Set your feet parallel to the target line. Eyes […]

Morikawa

Posted on: 16 Sep 2020

Collin Morikawa will win The U.S. Open His ability to fade the ball off the tee to keep it in the fairway is one reason. The second reason Is his short game which is required at a U.S.Open layout The third reason is his putting The fourth reason is he doesn’t have any scar tissue […]

North Palm Beach CC

Posted on: 27 Aug 2020

North Palm Beach CC Formerly a Seth Raynor layout in 1926 Redesigned by Jack Nicklaus 2006, 2019 On the Earman River Nice elevation changes Undulating greens Very challenging

Brooks Koepka

Posted on: 09 Dec 2019

Brooks Koepka I like the way he prepares mentally for a Major, I feel if he remains healthy he could add a few more. He’s not afraid of anyone

Grip pressure is the most important.

Posted on: 14 Aug 2019

Depending on the type of grip and how often you play. You should change grips before every season. If you don’t play as often due to location , change every other season. Grip pressure is the most important. You should hold your golf club similar to the way you hold your steering wheel on your […]

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