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Lamkin REL 3Gen grips

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I have had a set of Lamkin's REL 3Gen midsized grips on my irons for about 6 months now and can't recommend them enough. They have been in my car through the summer in the southern heat and show no signs of drying out.

I have tried Golf Pride dual compound grips and while the cord part holds up i noticed that too many of them were shot after a few months of heat. They would get that dry shinny feel to them.

Tried Winn grips too but to be fair i think it was a bad selection of grip type. Tried one of those spongy types for added grip in the rain. Didn't work.

These 3Gen's are great. They actually do get tacky when its humid out. And hold up well though heat and cold. Don't think I will be replacing these for a while. And at about 5 bucks a piece its not very expensive replacing them on a whole set of clubs.

I would recommend these to anyone when the golf season gets fired up.

Regards.

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I've been looking at those grips, but until now wasn't sure about getting them. Now I'll be going to get some installed. Thanks for the review on them..

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I've been looking at those grips, but until now wasn't sure about getting them. Now I'll be going to get some installed. Thanks for the review on them..

Welcome. Grips can be a finicky thing. I like clean and understated. These are black with a white butt cap. The plain black Golf Pride grips are cool too but found they dry up too fast too.

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I've had these grips on my Pings for two years now. I have the half white, half black set. I play a lot of golf and these have held up well. Going to go for a third year with them. I wash with warm water and some dish soap once a week and that has helped to keep the white bright. They're cheap on Ebay so if I have to replace no biggy, but I'm going to see how long they'll last.
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