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The Sphere is Here! New Oversized Putter Grip from Tour Edge

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THE SPHERE IS HERE!
Tour Edge Launches Unique SphereTac Oversized Putter Grip

Tour Edge announces the launch of their new SphereTac oversized putter grip, featuring the one-of-a-kind SphereTac polymer spheres.

The grip utilizes a never-before manufactured thermal plastic that is born from an advanced manufacturing process called Thermal Plastic Suspension Polymerization, or T.P.S.P
 
The T.P.S.P. manufacturing process uses mechanical agitation to mix a monomer with a liquid, forcing the monomer to polymerize and form perfectly aligned spheres of polymer.  
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The SphereTac polymer spheres form into white dots sitting on a black thermal plastic base on the grip, ensuring extreme tackiness and protecting the grip and its cohesive stickiness from all elements and wear and tear.
 
The extremely lightweight technology allows for total grip weight of only 52 grams to maximize feel and control of the putter head throughout the stroke.

“This is a new extremely tacky material that we’ve started perfecting that is similar to the technology used in wide receiver’s gloves in the NFL,” said Tour Edge President and Master Designer David Glod. “It has been a huge hit!”

The new jumbo putter grip is available nationwide as of May 1st.
 The oversized SphereTac grip provides a jumbo grip that prevents the golfer’s wrists from breaking down during the putting motion. This minimizes grip pressure and head rotation for a softer touch and putting stroke that is more pure.
 
“Nobody has used anything quite like this before,” said Tour Edge Vice President of Marketing Jon Claffey. “The closest thing we’ve found in the manufacturing process is the tacky wide receiver gloves. What we really love about it is the tackiness never goes away, even in different weather conditions and over time.”
 
The SphereTac grip was originally only available on Tour Edge’s new PureFeel Template putter series and the amazing reaction and demand to the grip led Tour Edge to release the grip individually separate from the putter.

“It is nice to have something out there that no one else has ever provided because golfers take notice,” said Claffey. “Once they try it, they say, ‘Wow, I really, really like this.” 


 
 
Read The Press Release Here
 
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Looks really good .. especially at $19.99 .. but they don't mention the circumference (didn't see it on their website either).

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hmmmmm, interesting

 

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I like chunky grips on my putters, so I'd definitely give it a shot. Good price. 

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I like the weight.


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I wonder if they would do this same grip material on normal swing grips?  It seems like it's taking the Traxion to the extreme.  I'd be interested to see how it feels.

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These grips were on the tour edge putters used for most wanted testing.  I was very impressed with the feel of the grips and even commented that I would be willing to put the grip on my putter.

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I love a fat grip. I starting using them less than 2 years ago and I feel more stable, especially with takeaway. This one looks nice.

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I'm putting with a SC matador midsize grip right now and was wanting something with a little more girth (that's what she said) to it. This grip has my interest peaked, I'll have to do some research on it.

Driver: TS2 9.5 stiff
3 Wood: 915 F stiff
3 Hybrid: 915 HD
4-PW: 710 AP2
Wedges: 50, 56, 60 Vokey SM6
Putter: Scotty Cameron Select Newport M1

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I’d really like to try this grip paired with their 4.1 DG Tour putter.

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