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Spieth Clubs Up With Superstroke Grips

2.49pm 17th February 2016 - Sponsorship

S-Tech grips
S-Tech grips

Jordan Spieth has strengthened his endorsement of market-leading grip manufacturer SuperStroke by adding the new S-Tech club grips to his bag and signing a multi-year extension that will see him continue to use the brand’s club and putter grips.

The two-time Major winner won a remarkable $22m in prize money last season using the brand’s Flatso 1.0 putter grip and now has a full suite of SuperStroke grips across his set of clubs.

“I’m excited to be using the new S-Tech club grips,” said Spieth. “I’ve always trusted SuperStroke’s putter grip technology and I’m confident the S-Tech grips will deliver the same performance.”

New for 2016, the S-Tech club grips are made with a soft, premium rubber compound that provides excellent feel and feedback. They also feature the brand’s signature Cross-Traction surface texture for increased control in all weather conditions.

Spieth first used the black S-Tech grip with distinctive branding in his eight-shot victory at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at the beginning of January after testing the grips extensively during the off season.

“Jordan has been using the Flatso 1.0 for many years with great success, so we are really pleased he is now using the S-Tech club grips as well,” said Tony Fletcher, Brand Fusion UK Sales Manager. “The club grips offer excellent feel and feedback which enhances control and performance.”

The S-Tech grips are available now in three standard size colours (black, blue and grey) and one midsize colour (black) with an RRP of £8.99 per grip (standard) and £9.99 (midsize). Other SuperStroke putter grips are available from £19.99.

For more information on all SuperStroke grips, visit


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