Golf Pride News, Advice and Buyers Guide
Golf Pride considered the #1 Brand for producing golf club grips. Golf Pride has been a global leader in grip innovation and technology for over six decades.
Golf Pride lays claim to more major wins than any other golf grip company. More than 80% of Tour Professionals are reported to be using Golf Pride grips and not one of them is paid to do so, which is a strong endorsement in itself.
Whether or not you are a Tour Pro or a rising amateur, you can rest assured that Golf Pride grips are of the highest quality and the #1 brand grip in golf being played.
The most popular Golf Pride grip that many of you will be familiar with is the New Decade Multi-Compound, this is an innovative grip that fuses together the positive performances of rubber and cord. The brushed cord is in the upper part of the grip and hand area, giving you firm all weather control. The performance rubber is located in the lower half of the hand for ultimate feel and responsiveness.
MCC Plus 4 - This is a tour proven grip, designed to simulate 4 layers of additional tape on the lower hand. This encourages lighter grip pressure, reduces tension and increased power. There is an advance on the MCC Plus 4, golf pride have release the MCC Plus 4 Align grip which has a ridge down the back of the grip to help you align your hands the same way every time you hit a golf shot.
Golf Pride Multi Compound Classic ALIGN Golf Grip - is an innovative hybrid grip combining rubber and cord for all-weather performance and is now available with ALIGN Technology for consistent hand placement every time.
Golf Pride offer a wide range of Grips for you too choose from and it can be difficult to know what grip will suit you best.
We have also included a handy Video at the bottom of this page that will demonstrate to you how to re-grip a golf club properly. Your local Professional will also be able to help you out with re-gripping a new grip.
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Golf Pride - How To Re-Grip Your Golf Club
This Video will give you a brief demonstration on how to re-grip a Golf club.