2011 Buyer's Guide Grips

The grip is the most important part of the golf club

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WinnLite Soft
Key Feature: The WinnLite Soft grip features V17-Soft material for ultimate comfort, shock absorption, and feel. The camo design is awesome, and we also like the soft feel.
What We Like: Its soft, velvety texture. It’s like it melts into our hands. You don’t even need a glove when using these.
Who It’s For: All player types who want a soft feel with great tack and shock absorption.
Material: Proprietary V17 material
Design: WinnLite velvet
Size: Standard, midsized
Excel Soft
Key Feature: Back by popular demand, the Excel Soft provides maximum shock absorption in a soft, comfortable wrap design.
What We Like: This grip is pure luxury for the hands. It’s soft, but also quite tacky. It’s a great grip for all your clubs, and we especially like how it feels on wedges.
Who It’s For: Golfers who like Winn’s wrap designs, and also those who prefer soft, oversized grips.
Material: Proprietary Excel material
Design: Winn spiral wrap
Size: Standard, Midsized, oversized
Jumbo Pistol
Key Feature: Weighing in at 60 grams, this grip adds a considerable amount of stability for being an oversized grip that weighs about the same as what a normal-sized pistol grip weighs.
What We Like: Obviously, the lightweight feel and the grip texturing that Winn is famous for. It also helps us feel the putterhead more for better control
and responsiveness.
Who It’s For: Golfers who want a bigger grip without a lot of weight.
Material: Proprietary Excel material
Design: Jumbo pistol
Size: Oversized


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