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How do these two grips compare?

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Needing to put grips on my new 825's. I play the Golf Pride Tour Wrap right now. How does the Pure P2 compare to it? Anyone use both that can comment?

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Just generally speaking all wrap style grips are going to have very few differences, tacky, not the greatest in rain, and somewhat soft. I use tour wraps and love them. If you like the tour wraps stick with those, if not go to dicks or any golf store they always have bins of grips that you can feel up and see how you like

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I do like the tour wraps. Always wanted to try the pure and I can get them a bit cheaper. I do like the softness of the tour wraps.
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You will not be disappointed with the P2's. I use the PURE Pro myself but I've put the P2 grips on quite a few of my buddy's clubs and they all love them. While I've not used the GP Tour Wraps I have used other GP grips and I can say there's no question in my mind that PURE's will last a lot longer. I was hesitant to try PURE's myself for the first time and now I'd never put anything else on my clubs. I would suggest you do the same thing iacas suggested to me: email PURE (or on Twitter) and ask them if they would send you a sample of the P2 to try. My guess is they'd be more than happy to. Best company I've ever dealt with bar none.
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