The grip is an absolutely vital part of a golfer's equipment - after all, it's the only part of the golf club that a golfer touches during the swing. So it has to feel comfortable, fit properly, and ultimately help the golfer control the club.
Every product we've ever produced features the technical innovation and exacting performance standards that are the hallmarks of Lamkin. That's why Lamkin has consistently been the chosen grip supplier for nearly every major club manufacturer, as well as the preferred grip of professional golfers worldwide.
The correct grip size is crucial to control and confidence. You can save an estimated 3-4 strokes per round just by using the proper size grips.
When to Regrip
Grips should be replaced every 40 rounds or every 30 rounds if you’re spending a considerable amount of time at the practice range. Regardless of rounds played, a grip should always be replaced at the first sign of noticeable wear, including: Smooth, hard surfaces, Cracks, Shiny patches, Wear spots, especially where the thumbs make contact, Faded or bare spots on grips that have been painted or have logos, Complete loss of tack. Consider replacing your grips if the stock grips on your clubs aren’t the right size. Lamkin Grips offers Undersize, Standard, Midsize and Oversize grips in a number of styles and colors.
Over 90 Years of Experience - Since 1925, Lamkin Grips has been committed to providing players with a more consistent, confident and enjoyable golfing experience. The Lamkin family business - today in the hands of our third generation. And as long as our name is on our grips, we'll continue doing what we do to give golfers the finest grips so they can play better golf. www.lamkingrips.com