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Jumbo Grips on Blade Style Putters?

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Hey guys, I just ordered a Winn Jumbo putter grip and I can't decide which putter to put it on. I have a Ping Anser V2 putter and an Odyssey mallet putter. The ping is my go to club, but I am not sure it will be as good with a Jumbo Grip. What do you guys think?
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I have never had a jumbo grip, but I have the Winn AVS midsize, on my nike ignite 001. I like it, and it definitely helps me with short putts. It's up to you, but I personally would put it on the ping, and if you don't like it, just take it off.
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I'm afraid to try one of these grips because I might like it and then will want to buy it and put it in my bag where I am positive the huge grip will continuously get stuck and be a huge pain in the arse to remove every time I attempt to pull it out.
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I have a SuperStroke like this:

on an Odyssey DFX 3300 like this:

It took a while to get used to lag putts...but will probably never go back to a normal grip. The one thing I love about this grip is the shape. It is round with a flat front. Not oblong like all other over sized ones. I have no issue with it getting stuck going in or coming out of the bag.

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Just make sure whatever putter you put it on has a heavy head,i used a friends putter once for a round and it had the jumbo grip and the putter was top heavy,it was a blade putter but a light one. i could'nt putt with it as i could'nt feel the head.My own putter at the time had a jumbo grip and it was great.
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