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 Post subject: question on tri-grip
PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2014 2:51 pm 

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I was wondering if anyone has tried the Bill Hall Tri-Grip layout? How does it differ from a traditional grip fit? Is it more comfortable? Does it look visibly different?

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 Post subject: Re: question on tri-grip
PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2014 8:45 pm 

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The best guy to ask is Bill Hall you can e-mail him on his web site.
I do drill the tri grip but I have just been using it for a few weeks now. For me fits my hand better and has raised my rev rate a little.
during this summer I will Focus on staying behind the ball and working the inside of the ball with this grip.

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 Post subject: Re: question on tri-grip
PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 4:23 pm 

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I was recently provided w/instructions on how to do a Tri Grip from an experienced pro shop operator that has Bill Halls video. I tried it on a couple of plugged balls to the best of my understanding & I do like the feel it gives me. I get more ball contact w/the "meaty" part of the upper palm & the ball sits in a more relaxed position. I am able to stay up the back more & longer which has helped my get away from "chicken winging" it which I have had a bad habit of doing for many years. However, it also lets me come around the ball when needed. Definitely a cleaner release than I previously had. You will also find that you may be able to reduce the reverse pitch in your thumb. I tend to fly out of the ball now. I have a long thumb so I typically have 1/8-1/4 reverse. My next ball will be at ZERO reverse & 3/16 left.
I would definitely recommend trying it out on a couple of plugged ball first to tweek it to get the final feel you are looking for. Good Luck !!!

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 Post subject: Re: question on tri-grip
PostPosted: Wed Jul 09, 2014 5:31 pm 

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I've looked at the website and would like to try this grip but don't see any pro shop anywhere near me to get a ball drilled. It looks very comfortable which my old hand needs.


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