Golf club Grips

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By M Black

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  1. M Black

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    Hi just wondering what grips Titleist and fellow golfers and would recommend for my AP2s 716. I know the grip size is at least midsize.

    Many Thanks

  2. Gaaary
    Blyth, Northumberland

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    Everyone prefers a different grip, wether it's mid size, corded, there's so many to choose from
    I like the MMC + 4 with 2 wraps but currently have the tour360 White with 2 wraps on my 718 AP2
    Go to a pro shop to check what you prefer before buying.
  3. Dino J
    Burnaby, BC

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    For what it's worth, I like my Golf Pride MCC grips ... in black and red colour theme ... of course! ;) I would definitely put them on my next set of irons too!
  4. Tom C
    Romford, 0

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    Ive got Lamkin R.E.L'S in Midsize on all of my clubs and love them. That style of Lamkin has been my grip of choice for a good few years now.

    But it depends on what you like to feel from a grip? Some people liked corded grips, full cords, half cords etc, multi material grips. Its all about personal preference
  5. Simon s
    St leonards on sea, East Sussex

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    I use the golf pride MCC+4 in Grey, they are expensive but really good due to the taper, would really recommend.
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    That's quite a personal thing so I would try out as many as you can and make sure they're the right size.
    My preference are Golf Pride multi compound in red & black. I like the velvet cord under the top hand.
  7. M Black

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    Thanks for the feed back.
  8. richard f

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    White and black multi compound for me !
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    I recommend that you go for a fitting. Do you want a plain round or a reminder grip? Then you need to consider the feel etc.
    How big are your hands/fingers?
    Do you need extra tape under one or both hands?
    Thick grips..fade...thin grips..draw...they alter your hand action.
    If you go to a half decent professional they should have several different grip 'fittings' already fitted to interchangeable shafts and should be willing to help you experiment.

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