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Winn NTP 1.10 putter grip

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A little over a month ago, I picked up one of the new Winn NTP putter grips for my Tour Stroke Trainer. Having used it for some time now indoors and for a handful of rounds on the course, I thought I'd offer my two cents for others who might consider it.

For me, the best way to get a sense of the size and shape of a grip is to see a picture next to something familiar. So here is the Winn NTP next to a SuperStroke 2.0:




That third picture is the one I think is most important. I have increasingly come to appreciate a grip that helps me feel where square is. There are obviously even boxier grips than the NTP (I think SuperStroke has one that's entirely square), but the NTP is essentially a blocky, non-tapered pistol shape.

Texture-wise, it is decidedly a Winn. If you've grabbed one of their grips before, you know what I'm talking about: it's a soft, tacky feel.


The grip weighs in around 125, so it's on the heavier end of the spectrum. As it compares to SuperStroke, it would be more like their counterweighted grips.

I've been pleased so far, and just bought a second one to put on my Odyssey Indianapolis that will be arriving tomorrow.

If you like a weightier grip with defined, flat surfaces, the Winn is a good and relatively inexpensive option.

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Let me throw one more observation in about this grip: because of its weight, it's a great option for those who like the SuperStroke counterweighted grips, but who use Arccos or Game Golf or other devices that need to be mounted in the vent hole of a grip.

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