Recent new golf grips exemplify the best of the old and new in this fundamental area of golf equipment, offering players many choices to get comfortable with the club in their hands.
Winn says its Dri-Tac is its tackiest grip and reflects a simple mission statement: Combine comfortable feel with non-slip performance in all types of weather. It is made of polymer material and is available in many colors.
Winn has been one of the leaders in introducing vivid colors to modern golf grips, and Dri-Tac reflects the company’s philosophy of offering colorful yet functional grips. It also comes in Dri-Tac Wrap Lite.
Cost is $6.19 for standard size.
Most grips are sold in standard, mid-sized and undersized versions. Some grips also are made in jumbo sizes. Virtually all grips are available in ribbed and round (no rib) versions.
How often should grips be changed? Generally, once-per-week golfers who sometimes hit range balls, might consider changing grips once a year. For golfers who play and practice more frequently, twice per year is a good idea.