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TGI gets to grips with TwoThumb

11.35am 11th October 2019 - Corporate

TwoThumb Grip have announced a new agreement which will see their full range of putter grips made available through all 500-plus TGI Golf partners.

TwoThumb has enjoyed significant success on Tour in recent years, with a range of top players using the grips, including two of the top five in the current European Tour Race to Dubai standings.

Matthieu Pavon is one of growing number of European Tour players using a Two Thumb putter grip

England’s Matt Wallace, ranked 26 in the world, has used the TwoThumb Original for all four of his European Tour victories, whilst Austrian Bernd Wiesberger (top picture) uses the Snug Daddy 27, and since returning from injury this year, has quickly risen to 37 in the world and secured wins at the Scottish Open and and The Made in Denmark tournament using this model on his putter.

Other notable professionals using TwoThumb grips include France’s Matthieu Pavon (The Big Daddy Light and Snug Daddy 33), Stephen Brown (Classic Light) and Andalucia Masters champion Christiaan Bezuidenhout (Snug Daddy 30).

“We know our grips perform, but getting them in the hands of the European Tour’s elite golfers isn’t always easy. But these guys use our grips because they really do trust them,” said Steve Richardson, Director at TwoThumb.

The TwoThumb range of grips has expanded over the years from the Classic ‘Original’ (a 180g rubber grip) to include grips of the same size but different weights, such as the Light (147g) and the Big Daddy Light (67g), ensuring there are oversized options for every golfer.

In more recent years the ergonomically-designed Snug Daddy range was introduced with its signature flat front to help aid grip alignment and consistency of stroke whilst reducing grip twist. With width options from 24mm up to 33mm in a variety of colours the grips have proven to be a real hit.

“We have always been dedicated to improving golfers putting, be it an elite professional like Matt Wallace or a club golfer, we can all take advantage of the benefits that oversized grips present such as reduced grip tension and wrist break,” said Richardson. “If there is one area where all club golfers can make significant improvements without significant investment it’s on the putting green, and we hope that through our relationship with TGI Golf we can be part of the journey that builds confidence, saves strokes and ultimately makes the game more enjoyable.”

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