P2 putters grips claim to use a unique alignment to create a more consistent stroke. Read our review to see if there’s merit in their claim.
Star Grips makes their grips in the USA and guarantees them for 3 years. Matt Meeker explores their performance in this review.
Lamkin enters the multi-compound grip market with its new Z5 grip. Get all the details in our review of the Lamkin Z5 grip.
Flat Cat is the newest player on the grip scene, and they’ve launched with a putter grip that isn’t traditional in size or shape. Check out this review to see if it’s worth putting one on your flat stick.
The latest entry into the large putter grip market comes from industry leader Golf Pride and offers substantial counter balancing to go with the larger size.
SuperStroke has become one of the most popular putter grips with PGA Tour pros and recreational golfers. Can they make similar inroads with their first club grip?
Did Lamkin create one of the ultimate training aids in an every day putter grip? Read our review to find out the new Technique putter grip.
One of the most popular grips is now available in a Tour-preferred, taper-free profile. Check out this review to see if the Golf Pride MCC Plus 4 should be your new grip.
Lamkin’s new Wrap Tech grip combines the tackiness of a wrap with all-weather traction. It also happens to be the most interesting grip in the world.
The latest putter grips from SuperStroke combine their signature large shapes with counter weighting. Find out if they’re worth a try in this review.