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By Sawyer Nix

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  1. Sawyer Nix

    Sawyer Nix
    Belton, SC

    Most get a blister where they place their hand on the grip, but I did not. I hit more balls than I usually do the other day and got a blister on my right hand (dominant hand) on the right side of my ring finger (the joint above the knuckle). I use an overlap grip, and I was guessing that my ring finger rubbed against my index finger (left hand). Any thoughts on how this happened and how I might prevent another? I know taping might be an option, but would prefer not to.

  2. B.A.

    Los Gatos, CA

    Could be your grips, could be anything really. If you try tape, try the one called Golfer's Tape. Works great for me when I need it, which is rare but I always keep it in my bag.
  3. Joshua B

    Joshua B

    Buy some golf tape...a range rats best friend!
  4. 19hole

    Reading, MA

    Sometimes the seam in the glove can cause this. The most common cause of blisters is that your grip pressure is a bit too high. Loosen your grip up a bit and see if that helps.
  5. golfinnut

    Leesburg, VA

    Grip is too tight! Loosen the right hand grip pressure. You should never get blisters in either hand. Something is off in your grip but I would start there.
  6. Ned

    Emporia, VA

    I would first try to loosen your grip slightly. Keeping your hands dry is also key, especially on hot/humid days.

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