2012 Buyer's Guide Grips

Your hands only touch one thing on the club. Make sure your grips are right for you.

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UST Mamiya
Pro DV2 Torsion
Key Feature: The new Pro DV2 grip utilizes UST Mamiya's special Torsion Bar technology, which provides lower torque for increased stability with a firmer feel. It looks great, too, and the corded section holds up exceptionally in wet weather.
Who It's For: Golfers who like half-corded models (the corded section is on the underside of the grip.
Material: Dual-compound, half-cord
Design: Half-cord
Size: Standard
Key Feature: Using the new WinnDry polymer, the Dri-Tac is Winn's best all-weather grip to date. The tacky, nonslip, soft outer grip covers a firmer inner grip that makes gripping the club easier and more comfortable. Oh yeah, it absorbs shock like nobody's business. A top pick for 2012!
Who It's For: Any golfer who wants that classic Winn Grip feel in a grip that's made to tackle wet conditions.
Material: WinnDry polymer
Design: Proprietary tread pattern
Size: Ladies, standard, midsized, oversized
Dri-Tac Wrap Lite
Key Feature: Also employing the WinnDry polymer, this grip comes in a lightweight, spiral wrap-style design. Rain, sweat, both? No problem, this lightweight grip can handle it, and retains tackiness throughout. The lightweight design (22 grams) can actually help you swing the club faster for more distance. How cool is that?
Who It's For: Golfers who want a light grip that performs.
Material: WinnDry polymer
Design: Spiral wrap
Size: Standard, midsized, oversized
Jumbo Pistol
Key Feature: If you want a grip that quiets the hands and prevents handsy strokes, and that somewhat resembles a traditional pistol shape, the Jumbo Pistol is a great option. Comes in the soft Excel material, as well as in the firmer V17 Polycord. Also available with WinnLite technology.
Who It's For: Those who probably miss a lot of putts due to shaky, yippy putting strokes. This grip can help you!
Material: Excel, V17 Polycord
Design: Pistol
Size: Oversized
Key Feature: The long-putter trend continues, and Winn is on top of it. Available in a variety of shapes and styles, these grips also come in two-piece designs.
Who It's For: Those willing to adopt the hottest putting style on Tour today. It's up to you to decide which long putting method is right for you, and choose the right grip, based on your newfound stroke.
Material: Excel, V17 Polycord
Design: One-piece and two-piece options available
Size: Long/Belly
Standard Pro Pistol
Key Feature: We like the clean edges in this grip, as well as the modest size. Better players likely agree, since it makes your putter feel like a precision instrument. The V17 Polycord material firms it up, lending a comfortable but steady feel in the hands.
Who It's For: Golfers who want a Winn grip that's a little smaller and firmer. It's perfect for quick greens.
Material: V17 Polycord
Design: Pistol Putter Grip
Size: Standard


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