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Personally, I didn't care for the CP2. It's too squishy and I felt like I had to grip the club even harder to get some stability throughout the swing. For me it has the opposite effect GP probably intended. Even though they cost me $$, I still had them stripped off in favor of some Lamkins because they were also costing me shots.

 

 

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I've only ever gamed the Plus4s, so I'm anxious to try new things. What Lamkins did you go with?

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Personally, I didn't care for the CP2. It's too squishy and I felt like I had to grip the club even harder to get some stability throughout the swing. For me it has the opposite effect GP probably intended. Even though they cost me $$, I still had them stripped off in favor of some Lamkins because they were also costing me shots.

 

 

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Glad you commented. Not a fan of squishy! Probably go the MCC plus 4, got standard MCCs on driver, fairways ,hybrid and like the feel

 

 

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Pure Pro grips. Just changed this season but like them so far.

 

 

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I've played Multicompounds on all of my clubs recently and I really like them. I've got a chance to try the new S-Tech from Superstroke and I'm going to be putting those in play shortly.

 

 

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Use the new GP Align grew up on Victory full cord ribbed and live this new version

 

 

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I've only ever gamed the Plus4s, so I'm anxious to try new things. What Lamkins did you go with?

Lamkin Crossline. They're a little bit cheaper but I chose them because there's no forced orientation alignments so I can change the settings without spinning my grip out of whack. The grips themselves are a tiny bit tacky but firm like a VW seat.

 

I have the MCC on my irons and will probably change my driver/3W to the MCC Align once I settle on the settings

 

 

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I've ways just used Tour Wraps. They're a little sticky for hot/humid, they're cheap, and they're easy to build up and install. Plus you can get them in lots of colors. I probably change them more often than I would if I used a more expensive grip just to put in a new color scheme. My last iron set that I was reshafting I bought white ferrules on eBay and put white grips on to match and was really happy with the look

 

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I currently have the MCC plus 4's in all my clubs but I am going to go back to the NDMC grips. 

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Stock grips on everything except my wedges which are standard size Winn Dri-Tac. Been meaning to replace my putter grip, but haven't decided if I want to go the Super Stroke route or switch it up

 

 

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Picked the Lamkin UTX for my Cobra Connect grip... hope it works out!  Heard a lot of good things about Lamkin grips... and they're very affordable!

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I have the Golf Pride Tour wrap on every club. I love them

 

 

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Just put GP MCC Plus 4 Midsize (and an additional 2 wraps) on all 13 clubs, with the slim superstroke on my Evnroll ER2. Love them so far for my big paws ha! Crazy how many people play the wrong grip size. Spent a whole day hitting different sizes with different wraps and finally settled on what I said above. I don't think you can really get fit, you just need to test them all and whatever helps you get a good grip with the least amount of tension is the answer!

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I bought some new Ping I200 irons this year and they came with Ping 5L and I love the grips probably put them on all my clubs. They are also not very expensive being a rubber grip.

 

 

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I'm due to regrip my irons. Have been thinking about going to the original Chamois. Lots of color options and affordable...

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Picked the Lamkin UTX for my Cobra Connect grip... hope it works out! Heard a lot of good things about Lamkin grips... and they're very affordable!

I had the wrap in cord ones, not overly impressed. Got slick to quickly IMO.
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I had the wrap in cord ones, not overly impressed. Got slick to quickly IMO.

 

Oh no!  They are supposed to be the exact opposite... good when it gets humid/wet out... 

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Best way to describe it is the surface seemed to harden. I did clean with dawn and hot water. Still had grip but personally just prefer the feel & texture of GP MCCs

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