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Lockdown time-killer... I want to get a new set of grips to install myself. Any tips on building up the lower hand to reduce taper? Do I build up the lower hand with regular masking tape first, then cover it with a full length double-sided grip tape? Or can I do the lower hand build-up with the d.s. grip tape as well? Does it matter? Unfortunately, I don't like any of the stock reduced taper OEM grips. Lamkin's Player Full Cord PLUS is out of stock. I wish GP would make their Tour Velvet Full Cord with the Plus4 feature.
Introducing the UN series. A hybrid grip with the signature velvety sticky touch of NO1 Grip. This grip combines a sticky, solid feel in the upper hand area, and a delicate softer feel in the lower hand area, which provides an unmatched sense of stability and confidence. UN series promotes light and consistent grip pressure, which leads to a smoother swing, improved distance, and control. Available Round Material: Elastomer Weight: UN series 50g (±1g) UN Light 44g (±1g) Pink, Shocking pink Men's Standard My Third Shot at NO1
Im sure that many of you who have went to see your club pro, or went for a lesson have been told the you "need new grips". Its very convenient that the pros are at hand to do it for you. Recently I was amazed when a friend told me he was being charged Â£20 to get his driver regripped, and that was standard!!! I thought this was steep to change a grip. I went onto eBay, had a hunt and bought 20 Golf Pride Multi Compound Grips for Â£3 each, plus got to choose what colours I wanted. Then I bought myself some double sided tape and gave changing my grips a go. The toughest thing has to be