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What's the Best Grip for Playing in Wet Conditions?

Posted by Carol Yeh on

Now that winter is in full swing, you might be wondering how your grips will fare in wet playing conditions.  

Turns out cord grips are geat for playing in wet weather (or even if you just have sweaty hands).  Also knows as "all-weather" grips, cord grips work at wicking away moisture from the grip surface.  This helps to keep your grips dryer and allow you to have the closest grip on your clubs during each swing.  

Do note though that there are no waterproof grips.  When playing in wet weather, make sure to use a rain cover, umbrella, or towel to keep grips as dry as possible.  

Check out our huge selection of cord grips from Golf Pride, Winn, Lamkin, and more: http://www.grips4less.com/collections/cord