Categories Equipment / Grips / Golf Pride CP2 Pro, CP2 Wrap Green Victory New Decade MultiCompound Tour Tradition Tour Velvet Z-Grip Cord Ping grip for Golf Pride is grip Woods has used for years Jan. 29 - 2:14 Grip was on Woods' Scotty Cameron putter when Woods won 13 of his 14 major championships. Tour Velvet extends Golf Pride's historical run Oct. 13 - 11:24 The Tour Velvet is Golf Pride's most popular grip model. Family members include Tour Velvet BCT Cord, Tour Velvet 360 and Tour Velvet Super Tack, in addition to the original Tour Velvet. Golf Pride CP2 Pro, CP2 Wrap Grip March 25 - 5 Golf Pride's new Control Core is said to be the softest high-performance grips it has ever made. Golf Pride Tour Velvet Super Tack Jan. 22 - 5:59 A new member of the Tour Velvet family was released at the PGA Merchandise Show. Called Tour Velvet Super Tack, the grip will be available March 1 in retail outlets. Golf Pride Tour Tradition putter grip May 17 - 6 Paddle-front putter grips such as the Golf Pride Tour Tradition have been used for decades by many of the world’s best players. Golf Pride New Decade MultiCompound golf grip April 05 - 6 The Golf Pride New Decade MultiCompound grip is the company’s most popular model containing cord, and is available in a limited-edition whiteout green – reflecting golf’s love affair with the Masters. Grip Month: Golf Pride's green Victory set the bar March 04 - 12:29 Golf Pride's green Victory grip popularized slip-ons and transformed the category. Though it's no longer available at retail, its legacy has shaped Golf Pride's evolution as a leading grip maker. Golf Pride Z-Grip Cord golf grip March 14 - 6 Golf Pride calls the Z-Grip an “aggressive” grip because of its material and pattern. It is a firm cord grip with lots of cord – a throwback to the glory days of all-weather grips. Video VIDEO: Golf Pride's MCC line of grips Bruce Miller, sales and marketing analyst for Golf Pride, explains the technology behind the MCC grip line (specifically the latest version, the MCC Plus4), originally introduced in 2004 and now the most successful hybrid grip on the PGA Tour.