G1 Design Non-Taper Wrap Grips

G1 Design Non-Taper Wrap Grips


.600" (Rnd) 65g Standard - Black -
$2.39
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.580" (Rnd) 81g Oversize 3/64" - Black -
$2.69
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Product Name
Price
Qty
G1 NON TAPER WRAP STD SIZE 60 GRIP KIT
$39.07
G1 NON TAPER WRAP MID 58 RND BK GRIP KIT
$42.97

G1 Design Non-Taper Wrap Grips

The Grip One G1 Wrap golf grip's non-tapering design helps ensure consistent grip pressure.

  • .580" and .600" core diameters available
  • Round - installed sizes: standard or 3/64" oversize
  • Wrap style is tacky and provides a solid grip
  • One piece construction

  • The Complete Set listed above includes 13 grips, grip tape, grip solvent, rubber vise clamp, grip gauge and easy to follow instructions!

G1 Design Non-Taper Wrap Grips is rated 4.833333333333333 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One Grip 4 all clubs Love these grips. I can use any grip - 10finger, vardon, etc. easily with these grips. Choke up, choke down - same grip, no adjustment required. Simplifies the golf swing. The heavy grip balances my swing. I think the industry has gotten it all wrong by going lighter on the grips. Grip1 should offer these in different colors. Got them on all my clubs.
Date published: 2011-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great grip Was looking for a grip to use with the "Natural Golf" swing and these are perfect. Many friends have had me install them for a conventional swing too.
Date published: 2009-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best grips out there I have been using this grip for about 10 years and I think it is the best grip I have seen. I wanted to find a grip that had no taper and was an equal gripping diameter for the right hand as well as the left. The taper on the other tapered grips that I had used tended to irritate my left pinky finger because it was so large to hold. it would pop and crack when I made a fist and I had some pain in that finger. I tried gripping down on the club but that didn't seem to help much. I tried putting extra wraps on the right hand side of the grip but that was inconsistent, so I went looking for a non tapered grip. since I have been using the grip one non-tapered grip my finger has stopped popping and hurting and the grip that I have on the club is even and consistent and I think it has helped me in my quest for the perfect swing. I would not hesitate to recommend this grip to anyone wanting to take their golf game to the next level. Dave Gregersen
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from injured hand and still winning matches tried these grips after injuring my right 4th finger playing with undersized grips. These grips are amazing! I don't have to worry about my hands slipping and I am releasing my clubs better. On our last ten man group outing, I took home the big money pot. Buy a set, you won't regret it.
Date published: 2012-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for everyone I bought these grips because of some arthritis and hand injuries. I love them. Using my clubs as demos others much younger love them too. Great control. A side benefit is they wear and form grooves over time like a training grip. Perfectly legal.
Date published: 2008-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great feel and flexibility for different shots Been using them for about 7 years. Great feel and give me the ability to "choke down" when I need to and keep same feel. Seem to last like a full cord grip. I play 4 times a week all year and only have used 2 sets in last 5 years.
Date published: 2015-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great grip for me! I've played these grips for years and love the fact that my hands on longer ache a few hours after my round. They do get slick in the rain :-( But tat seems to the only downside in my opinion.
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from G1 DESIGN NON TAPER WRAP GRIPS GREAT GRIPS FOR STANDARD SIZE, ANYONE USE THE OVERSIZE 81 GRAM GRIPS AND WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THOSE FOR THE SINGLE PLAN SWING? ANY COMMENTS ARE APPRECIATED.
Date published: 2013-12-29
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When are you planning a shipping discount again?

Asked by: Wayne
I have no information as to when we might run another shipping special. We seem to run them on a fairly regular basis so I would expect to see another in near future.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-21

Looking for non taper grips but am wondering if I can use std or mid.

Asked by: hihandi
To check for proper grip size use one of your existing clubs and grip the club as you normally would. The remove your lower hand. Look at your top hand and in perticular the middle two fingers. If they are just touching the palm of your hand with a comfortable pressure this is a good grip size. (you would want a standard size grip) If your fingers dig into your palm the grip size is to small (you would want the mid size grip) and if there is a gap between your middle two fingers and your palm the grip size is to big. This reference is based on you having a standard size grip on your existing clubs.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-12

i want the smallest diameter grip since i have smaller hands so i order .58 correct

Asked by: thin
The G10001 non taper grip is a specialty grip and will feel larger in the lower hand. The core diamter does not dictate what the outside diameter will be when installed. The .580 is actually a larger outside diameter than the .600. The final size depends on the how the shaft butt diameter matches up with the grip core size. if you use the .580 version of this grip, which is already oversize, on a .580 butt diameter, it will still be oversize. If you put the .580 grip on a .600 butt diameter, it will actually be 1/64 larger. If you use the .600 on a .600 butt diameter shaft, it will be standard size for this grip. Again, this grip is non tapered and even at "standard" it will feel larger. If you truly need a smaller grip, you may want to look at tapered grip offered in "undersize" options. The Golf Pride CP2 PRO (GP0107) and CP2 Wrap (GP0110) have undersized options as does the Lamkin REL Ace Black grip (LK0112).
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2016-02-12

which 580 or 600 for irons, Which for hybreds, and which for driver and fairway woods. Thanks

Asked by: brady
If you want a standard grip size then use the .600" core size grip on the driver, fairway woods and hybrids. If you want a grip size that is +1/16" larger then standard (Mid Size) then use the .580" core size.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-08

outside diameter of installed grip, assuming a .600 shaft?

Asked by: teds
The G10001 grip installed on a .600" butt diameter shaft would measure .900" measured at 2" down from the top edge of the end cap. The G1NTM at 1/16" oversize installed on a .600" butt diameter shaft would measure .960" at 2" down from the top edge of the end cap.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-16

o.diamter of non tapered grips

Asked by: freck
out side diameter of non tapered grips
Answered by: freck
Date published: 2015-07-02

why is the standard grip .600" larger than the oversize .580"

Asked by: golfer33
The core size does not indicat what the size of the grip is. That being said, if you install a smaller core size, like a .580, on a larger butt diameter shaft, it results in a larger size of grip. For example, a standard .580 core grip on a .600 butt diameter shaft will yield a 1/64" oversize grip.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-05-26

I would like to weight up my irons to D8 and want to know which weights would do that on the KS4 model w 2 weight screws. I would also like a D8 driver if you offer one with 2 weights. I do not believe that 1 weight near the toe would allow balance.

Asked by: Golfguy
We can not advise on the weights without knowing the shaft type and weight, the grip weight and the length of the club you are going to build. All are factors in determining swingweight. We do not offer a Driver with two weights. From a design standpoint, balance and the position of the weight are not necessarily dependant on each other. You must consider the entire mass. We would not design a club with a weight in a position that did not provide either balance, benefit or both.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-04-14
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