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Why don’t companies make wedges specifically for wedges that help with partial shots? I know Lamkin made a grip like this with marks you could choke down to in order to help players learn distance control. If I remember correctly, they only made them in one style and in white or black grips. I had them, and it really helped my wedge game. Now I cannot find those grips or anything like it anymore.

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Why don’t companies make wedges specifically for wedges that help with partial shots? I know Lamkin made a grip like this with marks you could choke down to in order to help players learn distance control. If I remember correctly, they only made them in one style and in white or black grips. I had them, and it really helped my wedge game. Now I cannot find those grips or anything like it anymore.
Are you referring to these : https://www.golfworks.com/lamkin-crossline-1150-golf-grip/p/lk0193/
Lamkin 1150 wedge grips?

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I remember Dave Plez had some special grips years ago that you could really grip down on.


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I remember Dave Plez had some special grips years ago that you could really grip down on.


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I remember Dave Plez had some special grips years ago that you could really grip down on.


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I remember Dave Plez had some special grips years ago that you could really grip down on.


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10 hours ago, crope1 said:

Why don’t companies make wedges specifically for wedges that help with partial shots? I know Lamkin made a grip like this with marks you could choke down to in order to help players learn distance control. If I remember correctly, they only made them in one style and in white or black grips. I had them, and it really helped my wedge game. Now I cannot find those grips or anything like it anymore.

Yes, they were similar to this, but had the markings like the ones @cnosil linked. I have never used a Ping grip. Do they make a pretty good grip?

 

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Playing the PING 360 dylawedge grip on my Glide 3.0 GW. I like the grip alot. If I didnt already have newer grips on my other wedges, I'd gladly game it all on of them. 


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I take that back, Dave Pelz doesn’t offer the grips though years ago I think he did.


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11 hours ago, crope1 said:

Yes, they were similar to this, but had the markings like the ones @cnosil linked. I have never used a Ping grip. Do they make a pretty good grip?

 

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IMO yes Ping Dyla Wedge grips are very good. Great texture/feel. Love choking down to chip with those  Ping wedge grips. 

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Call me crazy but I use jumbo oversize grips on my 52 56, and 60. It helps me keep my wrists from getting out of controll for partial shots. My wedge game is the best part of my game. If it wasn't for my short game id be terrible.

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