If your grips are getting worn out, it is important that you replace them immediately because damaged grips can affect your swing and therefore, your game! Since it is an important piece of your golf equipment, it is essential you find the best one for you. Read on to learn some tips when selecting new grips for your clubs!
The size is one of the most important factors when choosing your new grips. Basic options for grips are undersize, standard, midsize, and oversize. For more customization, you can also use our high quality grip tape.
With an increase in new technology, materials, and patterns, the options for golf grips are endless. The typical materials used are rubber or synthetic rubber materials. For more assistance with selecting the material for your golf grips, please consult one of our professionals at our store!
Some grips come with a range of textures that can offer a smooth or coarse feel when you are using your clubs. It is important you try all styles to find the one that is the most comfortable for you to use. If you don’t wear gloves, you might want a smoother grip that has little to no texture or pattern. Another option is a grip with rougher textures because it provides more traction for your hands. Players who prefer this style of grips feel that they have more gripping confidence. However, it is all personal preference and based on your game and playing conditions.
The weather conditions of where you play are an important factor to consider when selecting your golf grips. For example, if you play in wet or humid weather, you might want to consider a cord fabric because it provides more traction and support. However, some players feel that the cord fabric is too rough for their hands. As a result, you might want to find a grip that has a rougher pattern and heavy surface texture to prevent any slipping.
For more help with selecting new golf grips for your clubs, please call our professional staff at (561) 842-7100 or (561) 395-1305.
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