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MULVn8tor    1
I'm getting my cobra amp 3 wood and my sand wedge and putter re gripped and was wondering what grips are soft and not too hard. Like multi compound golf pride hurt my hands. I was thinking golf pride niion on the two clubs and superstroke putter grip

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Clubchucker    1
I'm getting my cobra amp 3 wood and my sand wedge and putter re gripped and was wondering what grips are soft and not too hard. Like multi compound golf pride hurt my hands. I was thinking golf pride niion on the two clubs and superstroke putter grip

Had the same issue a few years ago with the multi compounds. I hit a lot of golf balls between the range and playing. Loved the grips but they killed my hands. Would wake up in the middle of the night with the hands cramping. A year or so I switched over to the PURE Pro (PURE has othe models) on the recommendation of many here and have had zero issues. I've tried just a wide variety of grip brands and personally wouldn't consider a brand other than PURE. Cannot speak highly enough of the grip and the company/customer service.

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rustyredcab    74

Iomic Stick 2.3 are wonderful and just the right balance of soft and firm. I stopped using a glove when I got Imoic grips on all my clubs. I just changed putter grip to Super Stroke 3.0. Nice feel.

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NuclearMike    20
Originally Posted by thefootwedge

Go for Winn grips all round. They are the softest grips out there. Great in the wet and give a lot of feel.

Agreed, but they may not last as long as some others.  I like the feel and they stay tacky.

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Ernest Jones    994
Agreed, but they may not last as long as some others.  I like the feel and they stay tacky.

I regripped with Winn lites this year and absolutely love the feel but I can't believe how fast they wear out. I do most of my drilling and practice with my 6 iron and looking at my 5 iron side by side the wear on that 6i grip is ridiculous. I'm hoping to find something similar in feel with a bit more durability. I'm also very intrigued by what I keep hearing about pure grips.

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LottaBalata    2

If you like GPride grips, try the Patriot.  The red, white and blue grip.

I personally have switched to tacki-mac IT2 grips.  They're soft, sweaty wrists and arms don't effect them hardly at all.  And, they seem to be decently durable.  Plus, they are half the price of any "name brand" grip.

I tried Winn grips in the past, I've never liked them.  Not sticky enough, wear quickly

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tomvk77    10

i've got the new golf pride niion on my wedges irons and woods love them. they feel nice and soft, for the same reason i switched from new decade's.

for the putter i have a superstroke mid 3.0.

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MULVn8tor    1
So I ended up getting the mulct compound for the soul purpose that they didn't have niions. All tough it out for a few months then get them Also got the fatso superstroke and I'm putting like I know what I'm doing now. Played my first 9 under par ever. Didn't miss anything inside of 10 feet and made two putts from around 40 or 50 feet!

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