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Bought 13 Pure Golf Grips on Amazon...$9 plus tax/shipping came out to about $14 total. Incredible deal. Had these put on at my local store and they are amazing grips. They really have made a difference with my control an consistency. I have had Golf Pride grips on all my clubs for awhile and they were nice, but too expensive to replace and I like the feel from Pure much more. Strongly recommend for the price on Amazon.

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 PURE Grips 

 

Lots of other threads on them here too. Lots of fans.

 

They're the only grips I use.

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I have mixed feelings on Pure. I do really like the feel but find them a bit slippery when wet or when my hands are sweaty. I think they have a model that feels more like a cord (DTX?) and I'll probably try those next. 

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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

I have mixed feelings on Pure. I do really like the feel but find them a bit slippery when wet or when my hands are sweaty. I think they have a model that feels more like a cord (DTX?) and I'll probably try those next. 

Do you wear a glove? I wear a glove and I haven't noticed them being slippery when my hands get a little sweaty. I have played in the rain so I don't know how they are in when they actually get wet.

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Do you wear a glove? I wear a glove and I haven't noticed them being slippery when my hands get a little sweaty. I have played in the rain so I don't know how they are in when they actually get wet.

Nope, no glove. Bareback. I would like to try the DTX though. I just wish they made a model with white highlights like a Crossline, I've become partial to that old timey look.

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Originally Posted by atb5079 View Post

Bought 13 Pure Golf Grips on Amazon...$9 plus tax/shipping came out to about $14 total. Incredible deal. Had these put on at my local store and they are amazing grips. They really have made a difference with my control an consistency. I have had Golf Pride grips on all my clubs for awhile and they were nice, but too expensive to replace and I like the feel from Pure much more. Strongly recommend for the price on Amazon.

That's gotta be a pricing mistake that eludes me and others. Pure Grips are about the same price or more expensive than Golf Pride. Everytime I've bought Pure Grips from Amazon I paid $9 PER GRIP.

Folks, if you think you're gonna get this deal don't be too sure about it. I'm happy for you if you do but don't be surprised if you don't.

Afaik this deal is a golden freaking winged pegasus unicorn dragon phoenix. a1_smile.gif
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I switched all clubs to Pure and stopped wearing a glove, some years ago. Best grips I've ever tried.
 

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I am thinking if switching to pure pros. How do they compare to tour velvets? I currently have 2 wraps under the velvets. I am about to have my irons cut down to the amp cell standard length and keep hearing good things about the pure grips. Would adding 2 wraps effect how the pure grips work without solvent? Are the pures thicker than velvets? Velvets lose there playability quickly are the pure pros more durable? Any other pure styles to look at? Are the pure pros noticanly lighter. Sorry for all the questions. They are all probably answered throughout a few threads. Thanks
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DTX grips are awesome, I still use a glove but these grips don't slip, even when wet.  As for price, I don't typically pay more than $5.50 per grip regardless of color.  They aren't a sponsor so I won't post the site but if someone wants to send me a PM I'll respond.

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The Pure Pro is the closest thing to the Tour Velvet in the Pure grip lineup. The Pure's are very durable and have a 12 month guarantee. As far as I know, Golf Pride offers no such guarantee. I've been using the Pure P2 Wraps for a while now and am soon switching to the Pure DTX. I wouldn't say the Pure Pro is any lighter than the TV but its definitely not heavier. Adding 2 wraps would just build up the grip a little, but would not affect durability or playability. Hope this helps @jmanbooyaa

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