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What's the difference between 580 and 600 golf grip sizes?

Posted by Anthony K on

A "580 (or 58)" or "600 (or 60)" grip size refers to the inside diameter of the grip uninstalled.  Both 580 and 600 (referring to 0.580" and 0.600" respectively) core sizes are considered standard sizes and most people consider the difference to be rather insignificant. Note that core size is different from outer diameter size. The core size is the INSIDE diameter of the grip and usually has little or no correlation to the OUTSIDE diameter of the grip (which is typically denoted with the sizing terms "Standard", "Midsize", "Oversize", etc.). Some grips only come in the 600 standard core size.  If...

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What is a Hybrid Golf Grip?

Posted by Carol Yeh on

WHAT IS A HYBRID GRIP? A hybrid golf grip is a dual material grip designed to give each hand a different yet optimal feel during and through the golf swing to help you achieve perfect balance, speed, and accuracy. But why does each hand need a different feel while gripping the club?  TWO SIDES TO EACH SWING Your brain is divided into 2 hemispheres. And when you grip and swing the club, it takes both sides of your brain to perform this task.  Not only do each hemisphere control different aspects of our skills and personality. Each side of the brain also controls the muscles on...

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Everything You Need to Know about Ribbed and Alignment Grips

Posted by Anthony K on

There are 2 core shapes that golf grips come in: Round and Ribbed. So what is exactly is a ribbed grip, you ask? Great question! When we first started selling ribbed golf grips, more than 50% of the customers who purchased ribbed grips from us, called as soon as they received their order, thinking we sent them the wrong grip. Here's why.SAME SAME. OR DIFFERENT?From the outside, a ribbed grip looks EXACTLY THE SAME as a round grip. This is because the rib column (sometimes called a "ridge") is actually on the inside of the grip. This small ridge will protrude out only...

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What You Need to Know About the Claw Putter Grip

Posted by Carol Yeh on

 ABOUT THE CLAW GRIP "The Claw" putting grip is becoming a popular style of gripping the putter that helps to align the upper wrist with the putter so that there is minimal wrist motion, and distribute the pressure more evenly in both hands which also helps avoids over-gripping. This gripping style works best with slightly longer grips. Usually anything between 11" to 15" length putter grips work well. A longer length allows you to apply a counterbalance distance between the hands and apply less pressure for better feel and more consistent performance. Here's the basic breakdown of how to use the claw...

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Best Courses to Play in the Bay Area

Posted by Akbar Ali on

BEST COURSES TO PLAY IN THE BAY AREA Are you coming to the Bay for Super Bowl 50? If so, you need to know that the iconic Bay Area has some amazing courses that have produced major championship winners like Johnny Miller, Ken Venturi, George Archer and Juli Inkster and has hosted four U.S. Opens. In between wine tasting in Napa and rooting for your team on Sunday, here are our picks for best course to play in the Bay.  TPC HARDING PARKtpc.com/tpc-harding-park, 415-664-4690Long beloved as host of the annual San Francisco City Championship, this layout was given new life in...

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