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The Secret Grip, with a tungsten insert in the butt cap of the grip, serves as a counterbalance. Advocates, including Jack Nicklaus, say it slows the hands during the swing and promotes accuracy.
The 92-gram Boccieri Secret Grip is almost twice as heavy as a standard golf grip because it employs a counterbalance strategy.
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.
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.
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 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.
Iomic and No. 1 golf grips, made by two different Japanese companies, are making a bigger push in the U.S. with "sticky" and colorful products.
The Crossline is Lamkin’s best-known design, and the Crossline Paddle putter grip has the same distinctive look and feel as the grips for full-swing clubs.
The Lamkin iLine 50-gram grip is made of a tacky, low-torque thermoplastic elastomer, is offered in a rainbow of colors.
Named after the patriarch of the Lamkin grip family, Robert E. Lamkin, the R.E.L. 3GEN grip is all about feel -- made of an advanced synthetic rubber designed to minimize vibration at impact.
The Odyssey Vegas putter grip has playing cards pictured on it and weighs in at 61 grams.
The 59-gram Ping Man Black Out grip was made famous by Tiger Woods, who as an amateur used a black marker to cover the white paint fill on the grip.
The Prescription Golf Midsized Tapered is a grooved putter grip designed by Dr. Lanny Johnson, a pioneer in arthroscopic surgery.
The P2 Wrap is Pure’s tackiest grip. For 2012, the company has unveiled an eye-catching collection of colors and is emphasizing its efforts at grip customization with names and logos.
Pure’s Pro Grip, designed for skilled players who prefer a rougher feel and seek maximum feedback, has a grooved surface for a secure grip.
The SuperStroke Slim 3.0 is used by Jason Dufner and other touring pros.
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.
The DuraTech is a revolutionary grip for Winn because it fuses separate materials for top and bottom portions of the grip.
The Winn JumboLite putter grip weighs 60 grams, which is a popular weight among touring pros.