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.
Plugged In Golf was a big fan of the original Lamkin UTx grip. Read this review of the new UTx wrap grip to see if it matches up to the original.
Tired of soft grips that are worn out after a couple long range sessions? Check out the PURE Grips P2 Wrap. It has soft feel plus PURE’s guaranteed durability.
The Lamkin Crossline is one of the biggest staples in the golf grip industry. Read Bill’s review to find out what makes the Crossline such a good grip for anyone.
If you’re looking for a simple rubber grip, you have lots of choices. If you want a rubber grip that’s going to last for a full season or more, you need look no further than the PURE Pro.
Though there are many imitators, the company at the center of the big putter grip trend is undoubtedly SuperStroke. Find out why their grips are racking up millions on professional tours and why you might want to put one on your flat stick as well.
Looking for the most traction possible in a grip? Look no further than the PURE Grips DTX. This all-rubber grip is a cord-killer.
We continue our series of Lamkin reviews with the R.E.L. ACE 3GEN grips. Do they live up to the Lamkin name? Read Bill’s review to find out how they tested for him.
Large putter grips are nothing new, but the Palmbird is unlike anything you’ve seen. It also adds the stability of counter balancing. Read this review to see if you should consider putting one on your flatstick.