Meaning cross-handed
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A grip in which the left (or lead) hand is placed below the right hand (in other words, a grip that is the opposite of the traditional grips. (Bruce Lietzke used a cross-handed grip when putting and w [..]
Source: pga.com

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a grip where (for right-handers) the left hand would be the lowest hand instead of the right (usually associated with putting) Example: Steve was putting so badly that he decided to switch to a cross- [..]
Source: pgaprofessional.com

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putting (and, occasionally, full-swing) grip in which the hands are placed in positions opposite that of the conventional grip. For right-handed golfers, a cross-handed grip would place the left hand [..]
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  A grip in which the left (or lead) hand is placed below the right hand (in other words, a grip that is the opposite of the traditional grips.
Source: manesargolfclub.com

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cross-handed


  a grip in which the left hand if placed below the right or vice versa for left handed golfers.
Source: gamerisms.com

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a type of grip whereby the traditional top hand is on bottom and vice versa. Often used when putting for additional control. Example: "While the cross handed grip can sometimes be uncomfortab [..]
Source: thegolfexpert.com

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A grip in which the left (or lead) hand is placed below the right hand (in other words, a grip that is the opposite of the traditional grips. (Bruce Lietzke used a cross-handed grip when putting and was very successful).
Source: hassan2golftrophy.com

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A golf grip in which the left (or lead) hand is placed below the right hand, in other words, a grip that is the opposite of the traditional grips.
Source: golfing2u.com

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A cross-handed grip means the leading hand is placed below the other hand and considered to be the direct opposite of traditional grips.
Source: theukrules.co.uk

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A grip in which the left (or lead) hand is placed below the right hand (in other words, a grip that is the opposite of the traditional grips. (Bruce Lietzke used a cross-handed grip when putting and was very successful).
Source: lallameryemgolfcup.com

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The cross-handed grip is a putting or full-swing grip. Characteristically for the grip is, that the hands are placed oppositely to the traditional grip. Thus it means, that right-handed golf players place their left hand below their right hand. For left-handed golfers it is exactly the other way round. Golfers who had yips could combat it with help [..]
Source: thematchplayer.com

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