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I have the TourSilk II grips on my 5-PW irons and just put the Widow Maker red/black hybrid (corded top & textured bottom) on my 51, 57, 64 wedges. I really like these grips (firm top & feel bottom, water resistant - for when you place wedge on edge of early morning dew soaked fringe/green, look bad-ass) They are similar to Golf Pride New Decade Multi-compound that I have on my driver. Grips on Cleveland 588 Wedges & Adams Driver

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Do you find that either of them (Tour Silk II or the Hybrid) plays a bit smaller? i.e. standard is more like an undersized. I did some research last night after seeing some Black Widow grips at Dicks yesterday and much of what I read said they do run smaller than the stated site. this is actually good for me being I play undersized grips which are hard to come by for different options. But wanted to get your take on these specific ones you tried. I have yet to find a multicompound in an undersized.
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Hey erock9174: The TourSilk II grips are smaller than say a standard Golf Pride Tour Velvet. The Widowmaker are closer in size to GPTV though. Here is a pic that may help. Also check out BW website for overall specs. The TourSilk II has a core size of 58 & the Widowmaker has core size of 60. [url]http://www.bwgrips.com[/url]

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