Soft, comfortable grips don’t need to be low on durability. The Lamkin Comfort Plus grip delivers both.
The Lamkin Sonar gives golfers a little bit of everything: some control with some comfort, response without the pain on mishits.
Want a responsive grip without the feel of cord? Need a grip reminder but don’t like ribs? The Lamkin TS1 can solve both problems.
Golf Pride brings their innovative technology to their most popular grip with the Tour Velvet ALIGN.
Need all-weather traction from your grips? Look no further than the Golf Pride Z-Grip Cord.
The Golf Pride MCC Plus4 ALIGN was created by adding a raised channel to the bottom of the ever popular MCC Plus4 golf grip. Want to know more? So did we.
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.