Golf Pride VDR Golf Grips

Golf Pride VDR Golf Grips


.600" (Rnd) 50g Standard - Black -
$6.69
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.580" (Rnd) 45g Undersized - Black -
$6.69
In Stock
.600" (Rnd) 57g Midsize - Black -
$7.19
In Stock
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Product Name
Price
Qty
Golf Pride VDR Black Grip KIt
$94.97
Golf Pride VDR Undersize Black Grip Kit
$94.97
Golf Pride VDR Midsize Black Grip Kit
$101.47

Golf Pride VDR Golf Grips

Features
  • Triple texture provides outstanding all-weather moisture control for reduced slippage in wet conditions
  • Compound eliminates harmful vibrations to reduce fatigue and increase comfort

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

Golf Pride VDR Golf Grip Specifications

Golf Pride VDR Golf Grips is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from White VDR grips I have used the white VDR grips on all of my woods, irons and hybrids for over a year, playing 3 times a week. They have performed way beyond any other grip I have ever used. The white grips even stay very clean. I would suggest using a good grip solvent to install them and not use harsh solvents (gas, lighter fluid, etc)as I have seen other golfer do. Might also cause the grips to come apart.
Date published: 2013-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good grip..but..... I bought a few of these grips and installed them on my driver, 3,5 and 7 woods. I loved the feel initially, but found that the rubber "chips" or peels after about 15 rounds. I don't have a tight grip nor do I use a glove, but the peeling rubber feels like debris or leaves pitted holes in the grip where it's peeled off. Too bad.
Date published: 2011-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing The best grip I have ever had! I play everyday 18 to 36 holes. Perfect for all conditions! I have been really impressed with the quality of the rubber!
Date published: 2012-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great feel! I've played over 20 rounds with these grips... They do stand up and extremely good feel.
Date published: 2015-07-29
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I have Adams clubs with glass shafts. Just tried to put 580's on and won't fit. Are 600's the right size?

Asked by: Scotthct
The majority of shafts these days are a .600" butt diameter but Adams has used some shafts with butt diameters larger then .600", even in the .620" range. The .580" and .600" core size grips will still go on these shafts but they do install a little harder. I always recommend using more solvent then not enough and if you can warm the grip with a heat gun or heating pad before you install it they will go on a little easier. If you are having trouble getting the grip started over the end of the shaft you may need a BBGIT grip installation tool to help you. http://www.golfworks.com/the-ultimate-grip-installer-tool/p/BBGIT/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-20

How many grips in a case?

Asked by: Kost14
With the Golf Pride VDR grips there would be 150 in a case.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-18

can I place 600 grips on my Mizuno 580 clubs or should I order 580 to be safe

Asked by: Jerrdog
To maintain a standard grip size by installing the .600" core size grip on the .580" Mizuno shafts you would need to add 2 layers of build up tape (BU2) to the shaft then install the grips with the double sided grip tape. If you install the .600" core size grip on the .580" butt diameter shaft you will end up with a grip size that is -1/64" undersize. .885" instead of the standard .900". There is a chance the .600" core size grip installed on the .580" butt diameter shaft could come loose, especially near the top part of the grip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-06
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