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By Sawyer Nix

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  1. Sawyer Nix
    Belton, SC

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    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

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    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

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

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    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. chris b
    Leesburg, VA

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    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

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    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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