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mlslaw
Golf grips
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Saturday November 5, 2016 5:23 PM
Re-gripping myself for the first time. Bought some cheap mid size grips online to replace the Winn DriTacs and guess what--you get what you pay for. They are crap. Can anyone recommend a comparable quality grip to the DriTac for less money -- also the durability of the DriTacs is not great, but can't beat the feel.
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rudyclub
RE: Golf grips
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Saturday November 5, 2016 6:10 PM
My favorite is the Golf Pride CP2 wrap. Tacky, great feel and long lasting

[[Edited by rudyclub on Saturday November 5, 2016 6:11 PM]]
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weber2323
RE: Golf grips
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Sunday November 6, 2016 6:41 AM
I like the Winn grips too and find myself buying them in bulk on eBay. I don't ever pay more than what it cost in the store and I've always find some that were sold at less than the grip price at a store. Sometimes it takes a while to find but I usually end up finding a seller with them. I'm always a little hesitant with eBay and I'm sure I'll get burned here soon but so far I haven't had a bad experience.
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zgolfinman
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Sunday November 6, 2016 8:11 AM
I agree with rudyclub, Golf Pride CP2 is an excellent grip. Tip to keeping them "fresh", scrub them with a brush and soapy water, wipe dry.
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CancerFighter39
RE: Golf grips

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Sunday November 6, 2016 10:21 AM
I'm using TACKI-MAC jumbo grips for years now.....not a problem....However these grips might be too thick to use, I use for my "Single Plane Swing".

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Sunday November 6, 2016 1:26 PM
Forget new grips... a new glove will help LOL instead of buying new grips
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CancerFighter39
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Sunday November 6, 2016 1:40 PM
QUOTED ...a new glove will help LOL


I prefer to play w/o a glove for at least nine holes,use glove IF needed for the back nine...that's just me

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mlslaw
RE: Golf grips
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Sunday November 6, 2016 3:26 PM
QUOTED  Forget new grips... a new glove will help LOL instead of buying new grips


Forget new clubs---just put on new grips--
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mlslaw
RE: Golf grips
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Sunday November 6, 2016 3:29 PM
QUOTED  I'm using TACKI-MAC jumbo

I bot tacki mac (very cheap) mid size and installed one --- impossibly horrible compared to the Winn Dri tac--way too thin.
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hermgolfs
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Sunday November 6, 2016 8:31 PM
I love the feel of Winn Golf Master Wrap, and I like to swing without a glove. These were the grips that I installed on my first DIY club work, and have been very pleased with their feel, performance and longevity. If you prefer a wrap-style grip as I do, then these would be worthy of consideration.
It is getting near time to change some of my grips, and these are the grips that I would like to use again.

[[Edited by hermgolfs on Sunday November 6, 2016 8:39 PM]]
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