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  1. I've been thinking about reminder ribs lately and was wondering how people felt about them. I have a tendency to grip with my left hand too strong at times and I think a reminder might help with that problem. I usually like full cord grips that I can install with the label down, but lately I've been using PURE DTX grips with the label up because I think the grip texture is meant to be oriented in a certain direction. I was looking at one of two possibilities: Getting ribbed PURE DTX grips from Value Golf Getting ribs from The Golf Works and installing them under my current grips I can probably get away with the second option because my grips are in pretty good condition, but it might just be easier to go with the first option. Should I put reminders on all my clubs or skip the wedges? Do I even need them at all? With the PURE DTX grips, I can turn the label slightly so that I can use it as an alignment aid for my hands, but then I'll have to learn to grip the club with the grip as a visual reference rather than the clubhead. Plus I don't have PURE grips on all of my clubs. I'm curious to see what others think.
  2. Putter grips

    Hello TST members I am looking for a new putter grip. Has anyone put the new golf pride snsr into play yet. I used the superstroke slim 3.0 for awhile and liked it. I recently got a new putter so I am currently using the stock grip. Im looking for some opinions from others. Pros and cons of the golf pride snsr. Feel free to throw in other options as well. What do you game and why? thanks.
  3. I've tried a few since I generally buy used clubs. I started with Tour Velvets, but I have tried multi-compound, full cords, wraps, basic rubber, super tack, etc. However, I've settled on Golf Pride CP2 Wraps and Pros in midsize. They're very soft and tacky, but what I like most is the lack of taper. What do you guys and gals prefer?
  4. Hi I have a ton of shafts and grips that I inherited. How can I find out how much they are worth? Are used shafts worth anything? Thanks in advance for your advice.
  5. I need to get my clubs re-gripped for the first time and I'm wondering about different grips out there. I bought two wedges recently, one has a softer Winn dri-tac grip and the other has a firmer Lamkin grip. I like them both but those are my wedges and I swing them with slower tempo. I'm wondering if any particular firmness is more suitable for me. I'm 24 with above average hand strength and a faster swing speed. They both feel fine but I don't know if any potential issues may be amplified with longer clubs than my wedges. I've started playing golf more seriously this past year so there's a lot to learn about smaller details. And there's always the case that I may be overthinking it and it's just a matter of feel. Just wanted to get y'alls input. Thanks a bunch!
  6. Lamkin is once again offering a special edition of its grips as an homage to the first major of the men's season, and this year you can outfit your putter, too. Each of the grips is vivid green with golf trim and a white Lamkin logo. Available special edition models include the Wrap-Tech and UTx, as well as the new SINK putter grip. The Wrap-Tech combines a double-helix pattern with a patented ACE compound for shock absorption, comfort and control, while UTx features Tri-Layer Technology to promote traction, torsion control and grip stability. On the green, SINK grips promote proper wrist alignment with curved-handle profiles in square and rounded shapes intended to steady the hands for a smooth putting stroke. “The release of our Special Edition grips has become a celebrated Lamkin tradition that we know our customers look forward to each year,” said Bob Lamkin, President and CEO of Lamkin. “We could think of no better way to celebrate an iconic tournament and the arrival of spring than by offering grips that make you want to get out there and play like the pros.” The grips are available for a limited time starting at $4.99. You'll find them under Specialty Grips on the Lamkin website.
  7. I have tried many different grips, so I was tempted to try a new model to me to put on my 2010 titleist ap1's. I foolishly went for the Black Widow Torque grips due to their colour (white) the fact they were advertised as 'full cord' and had a fleck of red in the colour scheme that would go well with the look of the irons. What a waste of money. Absolutely crap grips. As hard as concrete, no feel, didn't notice any cord, felt like 25 year old grips. To be honest, I would have been better off fitting them inside out. After one round they have been cut off with a Stanley knife and I smiled at each and every one I cut off.
  8. Simple question, and a good way to point out that we have a Q&A forum now: how do you keep your grips soft and tacky? How do you wash the grips? How do you store them? What grips stay soft and tacky the longest?