Golf Pride Tour Velvet Golf Grips

Golf Pride Tour Velvet Golf Grips


.580" (Rnd) 52.0g Standard - Black -
$5.19
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.600" (Rnd) 50.0g Standard - Black -
$5.19
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.580" (Rib) 52.0g Standard - Black -
$5.19
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.600" (Rib) 50.0g Standard - Black -
$5.19
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.580" (Rib) 48.0g Ladies Standard - Black -
$5.19
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.600" (Rnd) 53.5g 1/16" Oversize - Black -
$5.69
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.600" (Rnd) 61.0g 1/8" Oversize - Black -
$6.19
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Product Name
Price
Qty
VELVET RND 58 GRIP KIT
$75.47
VELVET RND 60 GRIP KIT
$75.47
VELVET MID 60 RND BK/WHT GRIP KIT
$81.97
VELVET WMNS 58 BK/WHT GRIP KIT
$75.47
VELVET RIB BK/WHT 58 GRIP KIT
$75.47
VELVET RIB BK/WHT 60 GRIP KIT
$75.47
JUMBO TV60 RND BLK/WHT GRIP KIT
$88.47
VELVET WMNS 56 BK/WHT GRIP KIT
$72.87

Golf Pride Tour Velvet Golf Grips

The Golf Pride Tour Velvet is the #1 choice of PGA Tour players.

Features:
  • .580" and .600" core diameters
  • Round or ribbed - installed size: standard or oversize
  • Computer-designed, non-slip surface pattern for a soft, non-abrasive feel
  • Provides enhanced comfort and is ideal for all gripping conditions

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

Golf Pride Tour Velvet Golf Grips is rated 4.6923076923076925 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holding fast... What a pleasant surprise to find I can still order an exact match for the Golf Pride Tour Velvet grip I ordered several years ago-- maybe as many as five. I need one more to make up a set of two hybrid long irons, and they are still to be had. Wonderful!!
Date published: 2009-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply the best The best grip for; ware,feel,weather and price. What more could you ask for. Congrats to Golf Pride for keeping these on the market. And why wouldn't they when the majority of pros play them!
Date published: 2013-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Grip I have ever used I have never played with a better grip. No matter what the weather, it is by far the best grip I have used. I have them on both my clubs as well as my wife's.
Date published: 2010-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great grips These grips are easy to install and wear well even in wet weather. Next time you watch golf, see how many GOLF PRIDE VELVET grips are on the pro's clubs.
Date published: 2009-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from tour velvet i beleive these golf pride tour velvet grips are the best for any amount of money you spend i used them on my clubs and my wifes i wouldn't use anything else
Date published: 2007-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best prices on my favorite grips!! Golfworks is awesome! I've been a customer for many years and they are the best in the business! No need to shop anywhere else! Thanks a bunch y'all!!
Date published: 2016-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Still the best! Golf Pride have never paid any professional to use their product but they are still the most popular. That says it all
Date published: 2007-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great grip, better price Bought these tour velvets with the reminder rib. Best grips I've used in a long time. Better than any other out there
Date published: 2016-08-30
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What size grips do I need Wilson fat shaft

Asked by: Steve
Most of the Fat Shafts used by Wilson were a .600" butt diameter so the 60 core size VT grip will create a standard size grip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-12

When ordering grips, what is the difference between ribbed or round? Does it matter if I order .580 as opposed to .600?

Asked by: Terry
A ribbed grip has a raised rib that runs down the back side of the grip to create a reminder for where your finger fit on the grip. A round grip is round in circumference. I know that Callaway and Ping will used ribbed grips on their game improvement model clubs. A .580" grip and a .600" grip size have the same outside diameter but the .580" grip has a small inside diameter hole to match up with .580" butt diameter shafts. A .600" grip is designed to fit on a .600" butt diameter shaft. Installing a .580" grip on a .580" butt diameter shaft or installing a .600" size grip on a .600" butt diameter shaft will create a standard size grip which measures .900". If you install the .580" grip on a .600" butt diameter shaft you will have a +1/64" oversize grip which would measure .915". If you installed the .600" grip on a .580" butt diameter shaft you would have a -1/64" undersize grip which would measure .885". If you look at the grip specifications you will notice that the .580" grip size weights 2 grams more then the .600" grip size. This is because they have the same outside diameter but the .580" grip has the smaller inside diameter so that means it's walls are thicker then the wall of the .600" grip and it will be heavier.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-07

How many wraps of tape (2,3,4 etc.) are equivalent to a midsize grip (1/16 oversize). I've heard of Bubba Watson using 11-12 wraps because of the size of his hands. I use 2 wraps and 2- 2" wraps to build up the bottom of the grip.

Asked by: JayeDog
If you were installing a .600" core size grip on a .600" butt diameter shaft and you were using build up tape that measures .010" when folded in half you would need 6 build up wraps to create a mid size grip. A standard size grip measures .900" and a mid size measures .960". So 6 wraps of .010" build up tape is .060" which gets you to the .960" size.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-07

What is the difference between the standard grips? Like rib and rnd?? And .580 and .600??? 

Asked by: Josh D
A round grip is round in circumference. A ribbed grip has a raised rib down the back side of the grip to serves as reminder to get your hands in the same place consistently when take your grip. The rib fits in your finger tips. With .580" and .600" core size grips the number references the size of the hole on the inside of the grip. The 2 grips have the same outside diameter but the .580" core size grip has a smaller inside diameter hole to match up to .580" butt diameter shafts. The .600" core size grips have a larger inside diameter hole to match up the a .600" butt diameter shaft size. A .580" core size grip installed onto a .580" butt diameter shaft will create a standard size grip, which is .900" measured at 2" down from the top edge of the end cap. A .600" core size grip installed onto a .600" butt diameter shaft will create a standard size grip, .900". If you look at the grip weights you will see that the .580" core size grip is 2 grams heavier. This is because it has the same outside diameter as the .600" core size grip but with a smaller inside diameter the wall of the .580" core size grips have thicker walls and will be heavier. The .580" core size grips were the ones that came first. Some companies like Titleist and Mizuno will install .580" core size grips on a .600" butt diameter shaft on their stock clubs which creates a + 1/64" oversize grip or .915".
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-29

which grip is midsize

Asked by: golfer
The Mid Size Tour Velvet is the 1/16" oversize VTMR60. http://www.golfworks.com/golf-pride-tour-velvet-oversized-golf-grips/p/VTMR60/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-15

What is difference between ribbed and round on grips? And .580 vs .600?

Asked by: Milt
The difference between ribbed and round grips is that on the ribbed, there is a ridge on the inside of the grip that once installed will provide a "reminder" on the underside of the grip. It provides a different feeling but remains very popular different players. Round grips are smooth on the inside and once installed will not have the "reminder" on the underside. To answer your second questions between .580 and .600: Each grip has an Inside diameter size and an outside diameter size. The inside diameter size is what this pertains to. The .580 and .600 refers to the opening in the grip where it is installed on the shaft. Typically you would want to match a .580 grip with a .580 shaft so once installed the outside diameter is what the grip size should be. The same thing can be said for a .600 grip with a .600 shaft. If you install a .580 grip onto a .600 shaft the finished Outside diameter with just 1 layer of double sided grip tape should be close to 1/64" oversize.
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2016-06-16

if I use a slightly heavier grip [ by 2 grams] will it change the swing weight of my m2 driver

Asked by: dave
A 4 gram change of grip weight is equal to 1 swingweight change. 2 grams heavier will lighten the swingweight by 1/2 a swingweight point.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-14

the shaft butt diameter is .600 , should I use .580 or .600 grip

Asked by: gapwedge46
If you want a standard size grip you would use the .600" core size grip. Using the .580" core size grip on the .600" butt diameter shaft will give you a grip size that is +1/64" oversize. A standard grip measures .900" when measured at 2" down from the top edge of the grip cap. A +1/64" oversize grip would measure .915" when measured at the same spot.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-31
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