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post #19 of 29
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The original Tour Wraps never wore out like the 2gs do. A club maker told m that they quit making them because they lasted too long. I am starting to believe him.

 

Honestly, I don't doubt that for a second.  In the same way that older toasters, coffee makers, etc never use to die.  Now, you are almost certain to have to replace them every year or two.

post #20 of 29
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Originally Posted by TourSpoon View Post


The original Tour Wraps never wore out like the 2gs do. A club maker told m that they quit making them because they lasted too long. I am starting to believe him.

 

Honestly, I don't doubt that for a second.  In the same way that older toasters, coffee makers, etc never use to die.  Now, you are almost certain to have to replace them every year or two.


There is not much money in making a grip that lasts 2 years versus a grip that lasts a season. You knew when the old ones got hard that you replaced them. Now the rubber wears down after a few rounds.
post #21 of 29
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Originally Posted by TourSpoon View Post

There is not much money in making a grip that lasts 2 years versus a grip that lasts a season. You knew when the old ones got hard that you replaced them. Now the rubber wears down after a few rounds.

 

Yeah, or those almost indestructible tees.

 

Yet the companies that make the plastic tees and the ones that make the pure rubber grips that last 1-2+ years (PURE Grips) seem to be doing just fine.

post #22 of 29

Regripped my clubs a couple of weeks ago with the Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G midsize grips and I absolutely love them. Great feel, no shifting of the club in my hands. 

post #23 of 29

Amazing, best grips for the price.

post #24 of 29
I've had the V2 grips on my clubs for two years and love them. It's best to wipe them off after each round for best performance. I've had no problem with wear. The only issue is if you play in the rain you MUST wear rain gloves as these grips are super slick when wet. They're nice and tacky all other times.
post #25 of 29
I put some golf pride tour wraps midsize on the irons for spring summer coming up. Winn dri tacos did a great job over Texas "winter". Golf pride tour wraps are awesome in ideal sunny conditions. Beware of sweat or high humidity.
post #26 of 29

I just put a new set of Tour Wraps on my clubs yesterday.  Unfortunately now it's about 30° and won't be out of the 40's for at least 4 days, so they sit in the garage.  I like the grips, but here in Colorado, I don't play in rain (it always comes with lightning), and humidity and sweat are not usually a problem.  With typical daytime humidity at 20% or below, the grips stay tacky as long as you just wipe them to keep them clean.  I don't use a glove and they stick to my hands like glue.  Never had a problem with them wearing out prematurely, but I don't hit 5000 balls a year on the range, nor do I swing at 130 mph.

post #27 of 29
I love the Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G. I have jumbos. I clean them before every round and they stay tacky. I've had one on my driver for a couple of years with no loss in tack. A little wear, but still great.
post #28 of 29

Love them. Play them in the mid-size. Wipe them down before each round, they feel new. I have good experience with durability from this model. They are also easy for me to experiment with back weighting (i.e. TourLocks). 

post #29 of 29
I try to salvage grips when I can by using my air compressor to blow them off. I get to reuse them. The 2G jumbos are thick enough that the air compressor won't cause them to bubble or explode. Thinner grips have caused a few bangs. a1_smile.gif
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