Pros: Everything, Great Fit, Great Feel
Pros: Everything, Great Fit, Great Feel
Pros: Firm feel, easier on the hands than chord, air installation, easy to wipe.
Cons: If you need build up tape, then installation is not as easy and shown in the video.
Pros: Absorbs vibration, no problem with slipping, durable
Cons: not for those who like a firm tour grip
“I’ve played over 10 rounds with these grips and I can’t say enough how much like these grips. It fits perfect in my hand, has a great feel and the reduced tapered end makes it easy to maintain light grip pressure. And I’ve noticed that these grips don’t bite into my hand like some of the other ½ cord grips have in the past. I even played in the light rain in Hawaii using...” --jsgolfer
“Note: I was sent 3 three grips for irons and one putter grip. This review covers both the iron grips and the putter grip. I put the grips on my gap wedge, 4 iron and 5 iron. I did so thinking that I did not want to mess up the core part of my set. After playing two rounds with the clubs I went and had the rest of the set done. I think that fairly well says...” --cliffj
“I decided to upgrade my grips after many years of playing with standard sized, stock grips. I was under the impression that larger than stock grips would be better suited to my hand size, but had no idea how much they would impact the feel of the clubs. I was very pleased with both the size and feel of the grip.” --Pinseeker81
“Played the first round this past weekend with my irons and their new grips. super tacky, my grips were about 7 years old so it was definitely time to replace them. night and day difference. clubs didn't slip in my hand at all. definitely recommend them to anyone looking for new grips. they are a little bit soft, compared to the rock hard golf pride half cord, but i love the soft feel ” --MikeRanaldo
“I use these on all my irons. This grip has been around for 30 years and is still the best for vibration damping. It has an alignment aid that is not weird or distracting. It has superior traction for a non-cord grip. Works well in wet weather or on hot days when your hands get sweaty. The feel is soft, but not in the same way as a Winn grip. I guess the best...” --Dave40
“The tour velvet is the basic grip that comes with a lot of new clubs. It inexpensive and easy to install. When new, the grip has excellent traction. However, I found that it wears easily. If you have sweaty hand, the grip loses its tack and become harder to grip. I had to change mine out in half a season, which was disappointing. ” --boogielicious
Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Standard Black Grip.580 50g The Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Grip is one of the most popular grips ever made thanks to its great feel and consistency. This grip offers the exceptional quality and tacky feel of Golf Pride s Tour Wrap series.
“ From the conclusion of my full review at http://thesandtrap.com/b/accessories/pure_grips_review: These grips perform at a price point that's lower than most grips on the market. They're easier to install and remove than any other grip I've ever used. Saying that they wear well implies that they show wear, which is almost a mistruth - these grips will last even those who are...” --iacas
WinnLite V17 Medium Black Standard Grip WinnLite technology was developed for golfers who are looking for longer distance, more accurate shots, and higher ball flight. WinnLite grips translate to lighter club weight which equals faster swing speed, resulting in increased distance. By moving the balance point of your club down, WinnLite grips will give you better clubhead feel for more accurate...
“I put these on my irons and woods more than a year ago. I have played 50 - 60 round with them and numerous practice sessions. They are by far my favorite grip. And they are still going strong. The grip has two sections, top cord style and bottom rubber compound. This gives you a secure grip at the top and a softer feel at the bottom. It is a firm grip due to the...” --boogielicious