Grips

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Grip Month: Counterbalancing key behind Boccieri grip

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.

Boccieri Secret Grip golf grip

The 92-gram Boccieri Secret Grip is almost twice as heavy as a standard golf grip because it employs a counterbalance strategy.

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Boccieri Secret Grip Midsize

The Secret Grip's new Midsize version, weighing 92 grams, comes in three new colors, that counterbalances the swing weight of any club.

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Golf Pride CP2 Pro, CP2 Wrap Grip

Golf Pride's new Control Core is said to be the softest high-performance grips it has ever made.

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Grip Month: Golf Pride's green Victory set the bar

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.

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Golf Pride New Decade MultiCompound golf grip

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.

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Golf Pride Tour Tradition putter grip

Paddle-front putter grips such as the Golf Pride Tour Tradition have been used for decades by many of the world’s best players.

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Golf Pride Z-Grip Cord golf grip

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.

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Iomic Sticky 2.3

Iomic's new version of the Sticky 2.3 is 30 percent firmer, and is used by the winners of 53 professional events.

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Iomic Sticky 2.3

Iomic's new version of the Sticky 2.3 is 30 percent firmer, and is used by the winners of 53 professional events.

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Iomic and No. 1 focus on U.S. grip market

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.

  • Crossline Paddle
  • iLine
  • R.E.L. 3GEN
  • Utx
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Lamkin Crossline Paddle putter grip

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.

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Lamkin iLine golf grip

The Lamkin iLine 50-gram grip is made of a tacky, low-torque thermoplastic elastomer, is offered in a rainbow of colors.

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Lamkin R.E.L. 3GEN grip

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.

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Lamkin Utx

The Lamkin Utx is an all-weather golf grip available in three colors, consisting of three functional layers.

  • Vegas
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Odyssey Vegas putter grip

The Odyssey Vegas putter grip has playing cards pictured on it and weighs in at 61 grams.

  • 169-gram
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Ping Man Black Out putter grip

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.

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Prescription Golf Midsize Tapered putter grip

The Prescription Golf Midsized Tapered is a grooved putter grip designed by Dr. Lanny Johnson, a pioneer in arthroscopic surgery.

  • P2 Wrap
  • Pro Grip
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Pure P2 Wrap grip

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.

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Pure Pro Grip golf grip

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.

  • Slim 3.0
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SuperStroke Slim 3.0 putter grip

The SuperStroke Slim 3.0 is used by Jason Dufner and other touring pros.

  • Dri-Tac
  • DuraTech
  • JumboLite
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Winn Dri-Tac golf grip

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.

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Winn DuraTech Midsize

Winn's DuraTech golf grip is a durable all-weather model available in midsize and designed to appeal to skilled players.

Winn DuraTech golf grips

The DuraTech is a revolutionary grip for Winn because it fuses separate materials for top and bottom portions of the grip.

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Winn JumboLite putter grip

The Winn JumboLite putter grip weighs 60 grams, which is a popular weight among touring pros.