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post #37 of 54

Callaway Stock Grips. Stock grip on the putter as well. Tried Golf Pride Muticompound Midsize after a hand injury, once it healed went back to stock grips. 

post #38 of 54
Winn DriTac. They grip good even wet and they provide a little extra cushioning for those of us experiencing a touch of arthritis.
post #39 of 54
Have Lams on my old Hogan's. Nice and tight all the way through.
post #40 of 54
Golf pride Whiteouts on all my clubs. Awesome grip!

Hace 3 layers of tape on the grips, love my grips to be chunky.
post #41 of 54

I like the tacky feel of golf prides on all my woods.

However for the irons Winn Dritac

same for my wedges, Winn Dritac except I tend to "milk my grip" and I find the oversize is better for my wedges.

For my irons I do a 'slow milk by regripping after resting the club on the ground" so the midsize are right for me.

post #42 of 54
I used to have multicompounds on all my clubs but I am about halfway switched over to lamkin crossline. Even all this cord and it STILL slips in my hand. Even my putter is corded!
post #43 of 54
Pure Grips: Pure Pros in black. DIY
post #44 of 54
Play RBZ fairways and 9.5 stage 2 driver. Irons are Rocketbladz steel 4 thru gap, 56 degree ATV sand and 60 lob, all are R Flex and love em. Recently picked up 4 thru gap with graphite R Flex shaft to help reduce vibration, but school is still out on them. Only had them a week, but appears I've lost about 10 yards. Could be me til I get dialed in with the graphite, they do act a little different compared to steel. Anyhow, like the Winn DriTac midsize on all my clubs.
post #45 of 54
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

I Think I'm going to give the Lamkin REL 3GENs a try this fall when I regrip. Price is right ($4 a pop at Golftown) and it sounds like they're a good balance of soft and firm with plenty of tackiness which I like. Been gloveless for two seasons now and have become much pickier with my grips.


These can be had on diamondtour.com for 2.99 a piece.  Cheaper if you order a large quantity of them.  I have never ordered from there, so I cant tell you about their service, but I saw the price and thought I would pass it on.  I am thinking of ordering pure grips from them.  They have 3.99 shipping all this week.  If anyone has any experience with this site, I would love to hear it. 

post #46 of 54
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Originally Posted by Derrick Parker View Post
 

Callaway Stock Grips. Stock grip on the putter as well. Tried Golf Pride Muticompound Midsize after a hand injury, once it healed went back to stock grips. 


Derrick, you like Callaway, I see! I just ordered a set of X-Hot irons from Callaway Pre-Owned 4-AW with all the stock grips on them. I was thinking of changing out the grips but these are very nice grips, and I am going with them. I also have Callaway X-Hot FW's and 4 Hybrid with stock grips. I love the clubs and grips, can't wait to use them besides the golf dome.

post #47 of 54

Starting to think about regripping for the upcoming season. I have been playing GP NDMCs on all of my clubs, however, I am thinking about switching to full cord Tour Velvets.

 

Has anyone made the switch to full cord grips and regretted it? Any reasons not to play cords? Appreciate any input. Thanks.

post #48 of 54

Winn Dri Tac (dark gray w/ red tip) on all clubs except putter....love'em!! Easy on wrist and elbows.

post #49 of 54

I'm lucky !

 

I prefer golf pride tour velvet grips, whats easier than that ? eventually the cord version why not.

 

for putting the golf pride tour tradition or anythink identical.

post #50 of 54
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Originally Posted by Hooterlew View Post

Winn DriTac. They grip good even wet and they provide a little extra cushioning for those of us experiencing a touch of arthritis.
I just got these grips in order to help with some arthritis at the base of my thumbs. I play a lot, so I hope they don't wear out too fast.
post #51 of 54

I'm a huge fan of the PURE grips. I've used both the Pro model as well as the P2 wrap... both are great, but I prefer the wrap as it is just a little softer.

post #52 of 54

Interesting thread. I've been using the GP multi compound and I really like the stickiness of them when new, but I'm open to trying something new when it's time to move on. For those that liked the Multi compounds but moved to something else, why did you make the change?

post #53 of 54

With the GolfTown sale on now I decided to try out the new Lamkin premium grip.  http://www.lamkingrips.com/max-performance/utx

 

I put one on my 6i and I'm really liking it so far.  I'm a gloveless-cord-guy and though these aren't nearly as aggressive, I've been enjoying it quite a bit.  Time will tell if they hold up to Southern Ontario humidity in the summer but I think I will outfit all my clubs with them.  At only $6CAD during the sale it's a tough price to beat too!

post #54 of 54
The 1973 Hogan's I recently sold had an older Lamkin grip but they had not been used until I acquired the clubs. Best feel ever. However I am going to look into some of the newer grips that appear to be slightly oversized when I purchase new clubs this Spring.
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