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Golf Pride launches new Contour Pro putter grip

10.28am 19th February 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Golf Pride has expanded its range of Tour SNSR putter grips with the launch of the new Contour Pro.

The new grip is offered in a pistol-shape in two oversized models for high levels of feel and feedback. It boasts the same soft, ultra-tuned rubber formulation as its predecessors, giving the grip an excellent feel and facilitating lighter grip pressure to encourage a smoother stroke. Proprietary Tour SNSR technology enhances feedback, affording better distance control on greens of all speeds.

The new grip also features soft, rounded edges, and a pistol flare back to more naturally fit in the hands. The pistol shape includes a wide, paddle front for a consistent landing zone for the fingers, and a tapered profile for players who prefer the traditional, sculptured grip design.

“The Tour SNSR has been our most popular putter grip family since its introduction two years ago,” said Bruce Miller, Product Manager, Golf Pride. “With the new Contour Pro, we took our most preferred shape on Tour and combined it with our oversize Tour SNSR technology. When it comes to putting, amateurs and professionals are on a more level playing field. The new Contour Pro offers those elite player-shape preferences that aid in consistent stroke and distance control.”

Available in black/grey, and in 104cc and 140cc sizes, the Contour Pro will be available at retail in March.

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