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Pure grips - Pure Pro or DTX?

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Hello,


Im in the business to buy the Pure grips but I'm debating wether to buy the Pure pro or the DTX.. Any feedback?

I played Multicompound and right now the Tour velvet.. And I can't try these grips anywhere near me.. But I still want to give these a go..


So post your feedback please, any tips are appreciated!

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I went from the MultiComps to the Pros directly, but if you really like the grittier, more textured feel, the DTX is good. It's the "full-cord replacement," so it may be what you like.

Why not get one of each and try for yourself?

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The Pure Pro is comparable to the Tour Velvet and the DTX is sort of like the NDMC in the sense that it is a cord replacement. I played the Pure P2 Wraps for a while, and I just ordered a set of red DTX grips. If you prefer a smoother feel that still offers the same comfort and feedback of the tour velvet, go with the pros. If you prefer something a little tackier and a little rougher, more towards a cord, go with the DTX.

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Thank you for the reply. Unfortunately my wife took my clubs to get regripped for my birthday and had the CP2 pros put on. She didn't like the colors. Ugh. I guess I can't be too mad at her but will have to wait till next regrip or if I absolutely hate the cp2's. The salesman told her they were the step up from my velvets.

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