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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 312
U nder the watchful and vigilant eye of putting coach Phil Kenyon, Thomas Bjørn was hard at work on the practice green three days before last week’s Turkish Airlines Open. Tees were in the ground, four creating a path for the putterhead, back and through; one more to make sure his backswing wasn’t too much on the inside. And it was working. The 47-year old Dane was knocking them in from six-feet or so with a monotonous regularity. Most striking, however, was Bjørn’s grip on the club. Both of his hands were hole-side of the shaft, his right hand gripping his left forearm, his left hand actually on the club. It was, at least for this witness, another variation on the ‘claw’ grip that has saved so many professional golfers from the clutches of the dreaded yips. “My putting grip has changed,” he acknowledged. “I ran into a quite severe case of COVER STORY
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