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Golf Pride Decade Multi-Compound Cord Grip

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Anyone playing them? If you haven't seen them yet, they are red and black. I just put one on my Sonartec 3-wood and I love it. I had a Winn AVS and it SUCKED. I am about to put the Decade on all of my irons (except the wedges) and I highly recommend them.
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I use these exclusively because I love them!!
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I just regripped my entire set - woods to wedges. Friggin $8.99 apiece, plus $30 for 15 clubs (some backup clubs were regripped, too)! $175!!!! Jeepers!
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Tisk tisk, should have bought the grips during the Golfsmith friends and family discount and then regripped them yourself ;)
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Tisk tisk, should have bought the grips during the Golfsmith friends and family discount and then regripped them yourself ;)

Golfsmith doesn't have those grips. I am going to set up a regripping station in my basement, though. Should be fun.

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This is an old forum but just added the Golf Pride multi-compound mids to a few of my clubs and really liked the feel. I was gaming Lamkin Crosslines. The Golf Pride's do seem a bit smaller on the mid size than the Lamkins. Either way good grips will pony up the extra cash to have the rest of my clubs done. Glad I only went with 5 clubs to start, at least I got to test them out for a round. Anyone else game these grips and if so how do they hold up?

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Meh, gamed the multi compounds last year.

I've been liking the tour velvet full cords much much more this season.

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Anyone playing them? If you haven't seen them yet, they are red and black.

Dude, seriously.....SERIOUSLY???

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This post is from 05'

Originally Posted by LBlack14

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Originally Posted by dipgolf

Anyone playing them? If you haven't seen them yet, they are red and black.

Dude, seriously.....SERIOUSLY???



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Originally Posted by natp0wers

This post is from 05'





Originally Posted by LBlack14

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Originally Posted by dipgolf

Anyone playing them? If you haven't seen them yet, they are red and black.

Dude, seriously.....SERIOUSLY???



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I always liked the Tour Velvets but was tired of having to regrip the clubs twice a year. Put the black and blue Decades on the irons and wedges (white and black on the Fubuki looks sweet!) and I love them. They are expensive but they should last twice as long as normal grips. Feels good having cords again, took a few swings to get used to a little extra weight. The mid-size grips weigh a ton!!

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Using these currently. They're great grips if you have the hands for them, but they've given me some gnarly calluses. I think I'm going back to TV full cords.

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I had my 58 degree wedge and pw set up with these to give them a go. Really enjoyed the feel of them. I also had 7i and 5i as well as 4 hybrid to get a feel with full swing clubs. I am swinging my driver to well and will not be adding a new grip to it but my 6,8,9 52 and 56 will be getting the upgrade. I hope they are durable the grips are a bit pricey. Thanks for the replies sorry for the old post didn't want to start a new one.

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Played the Paragon Multi Compound Grip... 3rd of the cost and last... a year ago i started using Paragon Tour Vibe... firmer then a Winn grip but damn good.and last longer... The humidity here in Tampa doesnt bother the grips.

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Went with the full set up of these grips. Played a few rounds and am really liking them. They also look real sharp except on my driver. Recently went with a used TM Burner and added the Aldila NV(green shaft). Mix that with the black/red grips kind of a funky looking club. Anyone else face really liking a certain grip but driver head and or shaft is just weird looking together?

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Originally Posted by jmanbooyaa

Went with the full set up of these grips. Played a few rounds and am really liking them. They also look real sharp except on my driver. Recently went with a used TM Burner and added the Aldila NV(green shaft). Mix that with the black/red grips kind of a funky looking club. Anyone else face really liking a certain grip but driver head and or shaft is just weird looking together?


They make the new decade in at least half a dozen colors.

I have the green NV shaft in my hybrid, that club got the white/black new decade grip.

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Originally Posted by delav

They make the new decade in at least half a dozen colors.

I have the green NV shaft in my hybrid, that club got the white/black new decade grip.


I use a mid-size grip. Correct me if I am wrong but they only make the red/black, white/black and blue/black in mid-size.  Besides I already had the red/black on all my irons already. Yes I know some use the different colors on different clubs but I like all the same grips and colors. weird maybe but it is what it is. Does the white/black look okay with the green NV?

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