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Golf Pride introduces PRO ONLY putter grip series

2.45pm 4th September 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

Golf Pride, #1 grip on Tour and an industry leader in grip innovation, has launched the Pro Only putter grip series.

With three distinct Tour shapes, the Pro Only models were refined with direct player testing to deliver the highest degree of responsiveness and feel performance. The heightened feedback is created by the proprietary tuned rubber material, affording a new level of precision feel for better distance control on greens of all speeds.

Modernised horseshoe shape with an arched paddle front for thumb placement.
Utilises a slight pistol kick in the back for hand heel pad placement.
72cc size and 74.5g weight.

PRO ONLY Blue Star
Angled profile with a wide, flat paddle front for thumb placement.
Utilises an angled back shape for comfortable finger positioning.
81cc size and 82g weight.

PRO ONLY Green Star
Oval shape with an arched paddle front for thumb placement.
Slight upper hand flared back for optimum finger comfort and hand positioning.
88cc size and 86.5g weight.

“Many people find it surprising that 70% of the top 30 putters on Tour prefer a smaller size putter grip,’ said Bruce Miller, product manager, Golf Pride. “They prefer it because it allows them to gain greater feel, feedback and control. The PRO ONLY models deliver those Tour-preferred shapes with three uniquely optimised performance options.”

For information on the entire Golf Pride range, visit


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