Golf Pride Tour Velvet Plus4 Grip
Elevate consistency and performance by fitting your clubs with Golf Pride Tour Velvet Plus4 Grips. With a larger lower hand for more power, the Plus4’s reduced taper design encourages lighter grip pressure, promoting less tension in the hands and creating more fluidity and power throughout the swing. A state-of-the-art rubber blend maximizes comfort and playability in all playing conditions and the scientifically-designed, non-slip surface pattern pulls moisture away from the surface for a secure grip.
- #1 Grip Model played on all Worldwide Tours
- Reduced taper design encourages lighter grip pressure, promoting less tension in the hands and creating more fluidity and power throughout the swing
- Features the look and feel of the Tour Velvet with non-slip surface pattern
- State-of-the-art rubber blend for maximum playability and comfort in all playing conditions
- Scientifically-designed, non-slip surface pattern pulls moisture away from the surface
- Brand : Golf Pride
- Web ID: 19GPRUTRVLVTPLS4SGRP
|Model||Core Size||Weight||Installed Size|
|Tour Velvet 360 - Standard||.600"||52g||Standard|
|Tour Velvet 360 - Midsize||.600"||65.5g||Midsize|
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