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Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Golf Grips
The Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G golf grip has a new, modernized look and superior tackiness and feel.
- .580" and .600" core diameter available
- Standard, midsize and jumbo sizes available
- Black, Red and White only
- 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 Wrap 2G Golf Grips is rated
Rated 5 out of
Best Grip - Ever
I have been using these grips since they have come out. By far the best grips I have used. Very tacky, if they pick up grit, sand, etc. wipe them with a wet towel and dry and they are as tacky as the day I put them on. I play about 120 rounds of golf/year. I have had the set on my current clubs since the 2G was introduced over two years and they are not worn out and still tacky after a wipe. I prefer the red grips. I know of 5 people that changed their grips after feeling the ones on my clubs.
Date published: 2013-12-13
Rated 5 out of
Tour Wrap 2G
I've been looking a long time for a grip that I liked and now I have. I first saw these at a golf expo and when I felt the tackiness of the grip, I had to have them. I like the way the grip just molds to your hands and seems to lie across your fingers perfectly. The feel of the grip is soft and seems to absorb any unwanted vibrations. I used to play the multi compounds and those felt harsh and slipped in my hands at impact. Keep in mind that feel is a subjective thing, give these a shot and you won't be disappointed.
Date published: 2010-05-29
Rated 5 out of
Very Comfortable Wrap
Super sticky and very shinny plus comfortable. If you like a wrap style this is a very good choice. Like most wraps the top end is a bit muted but the right hand lower portion gives you the feedback needed to work the ball, which is the way it should be. This compound is extremely sticky and is going to require a wipe down after each swing, they really collect dirt and oils from your hands on just one contact. As for the reviewer that stated "only good when clean", you're right but thats true of every grip especially a very sticky grip like these. A wet towel wipe down after each swing bring them back to super sticky instantly. Watch any pro Caddy and they wipe down and clean every club grip before it goes back in the bag, some even carry a squirt bottle, a good habit for all of us.
Date published: 2010-07-07
Rated 3 out of
Rough on the hands..
I have been using these grips for over a year. I had on and off periods with them. They are noticeably heavier then other grips, and they don't provide much feel from the club. I noticed right after getting them that all the feel I had was gone. I had to work with them to get used to it. They also chew my hands up pretty bad to. Maybe I just have sensitive skin. Compared to other grips and how long these will last, its a good deal for the price. I wont be using them again once I swap them out this season. If feel is important, you may not like these.
Date published: 2010-11-07
Rated 5 out of
Golf Pride 2G greatness
I have used the white 2G grips for two years now. I tried the el cheapo itomics with no success they got dirty in seconds and did not like feel. Saw these coming out and at low price. I hated the old tour wrap grips from years ago but loved the white of the new and gave em a shot. They are great. It helps to wipe after every swing with a damp frogger towel but is not necessary. I have some right forearm soreness and it is not gone but better using 2g vs NDMC that i used to use at four times the price. I love the tacky feel, the look, the durability as i am into my 2nd season. Overall a bargain. But re those saying no feel or only good for those with no grip or high hdcp? get a life. I am only a 12 hdcp but a good golfer and i have no issue having enough feel to execute great shots without the harshness the NDMC gave. I give em 5 stars.
Date published: 2011-06-14
Rated 2 out of
Skinny and dirty
simple, they are to skinny in both hands. the top is just a hair to thin and the lower hand is....well just to thin. the tack when you put them on is great but take them out to the links and by the 3rd hole they have pick up so much dust and dirt that they no longer have that nice tack and for gods sake don't get them wet or you will need a vice to keep the club tacking right. AND...White grips?? who's great idea was that. some fashion design group on Rodeo drive!! I play in the dirt and sand and wind and rain baby!
Date published: 2010-07-03
Rated 5 out of
After putting these grips on went and had a few rounds, the grip and feel was amazing. I highly rate these grips, thankfully I bought enough for two sets of clubs. Currently in Melbourne Australia and weather has been rather humid, these grips still out perform my old lamkin crossline grips. Two thumbs up
Date published: 2011-01-27
Rated 3 out of
Tour Wrap 2G
I purchased these grips, and first installed one on my driver. The look is outstanding, however, the thickness and tackiness of the grip muffles the response I received from the decade multi compound grip. This grip is perfect if you are a high handicapper and do not feel confident with your grip.
Date published: 2010-05-02
Core size? Is that the top of the shaft? To order grips how do I know which size to order, do you have to remove a grip first and measure?
Core size on a grip is the core size. Shaft butt diameter is the outside diameter of the shaft at the butt end of the shaft. If the shaft butt size, for example, is .600 and you put a .600 core standard size grip on, the resulting grip size will be "standard". If you put a .580 core grip on a .600 butt diamter shaft, the resulting grip size is actually +1/64" oversize. Under our Expert How to's int eh right hand nav on our website home page, there is a Golf Grip Sizing tab you can go to and a printable grip sizing chart tab available on that page. It might be beneficial to review that information on how grip sizing is determined.
Date published: 2015-02-26
How many are in a case and how much for case price?
There are 150 grips per case. The case price is $4.89 per grip. If you enter 150 grips into your shopping cart the correct price will be displayed.
Date published: 2015-02-17
Based on recent readings I should be using a larger than standard grip. What is the difference between standard size and the midsize grip. Will I have trouble releasing with the midsize. My current tendency is to pull hook my irons.
Grip size should be primarily based on what size allows you to grip the club with the proper grip pressure. If the larger size is right for you, and allows you to grip the club comfortably, you should have no problem releasing the club. The difference between a "standard" and a midsize can vary depending on the manufacturer. Generally, a "standard grip" occurs when the core size of the grip matches the butt diameter of the shaft. Example: .600 core grip on a .600 butt diamter shaft. Grips are measured 2" down from the butt cap and at that point, a "standard" size is considered .900". Midsize could be anywhere from .930" to .945", depending on the manufacturer. "Jumbo" could be .9625 (1/16th over) to 1.125 (1/8th over) , depening on the manufactuer.
Date published: 2015-02-11
What is t difference between a Golf Pride tour wrap 2G .580 and a .600 grip
The .580" and .600" are the measurement of the hole on inside of the grip, it is called core size. The .580" core size will create a standard size grip if installed on a .580" butt diameter shaft and the .600" core size grip will create a standard size grip if installed on a .600" butt diameter shaft. A standard size grip measures .900" when measured 2" down from the top edge of the grip cap. If you install the .580" core size grip on the .600" butt diameter shaft you will have a finished grip size that is +1/64" oversize or measure .915". If you install the .600" core size grip on the .580" butt diameter shaft you will have a finished grip size of -1/64" or .885".
Date published: 2015-02-15
I understand the advantage of oversize grips for those with arthritic hands, but would not a Jumbo grip for those who would otherwise use a standard or slightly oversize grip negatively affect hand action and performance?
Using a grip or that is too large or too small for your hands will negatively effect the ball flight dispersion. More than affecting hand action a grip that is too large will make it difficult to hold onto through the swing causing you to apply more grip pressure than needed. This will result in erratic shots to both the right and left. It is very important to use grips that properly fit your hand size unless of course you have physical limitations.
Date published: 2014-12-13
On a .60 diameter shaft, I need to replace Top-Flite wrap style grips with a code of M57 stamped on the inside of the grip. Can you tell me which Golf Pride Tour Wrap model would be the closest replacement? Thanks.
With the Tour Wrap 2G you would use the .600" core size (M60) and install 3 build up wraps of build up tape that measures .010" to achieve the same finished size that you have with the M57 core size grip. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=BU3
You would also use the double sided grip tape as part of this finished size.
Date published: 2014-11-25
What diameter grip (or size) do I need for my set of King Cobra 3100I irons? .580" or .600"?
We would need to know the butt diameter of the shafts in the Cobra irons before we could answer. If you want the result to be a standard grip size, a .600 butt diameter shaft would need need a .600 core diamter grip. The same holds true for the .580 butt shaft. You wuld need a .580 core grip to achieve a standard size grip. You can put a .580 grip on a .600 but shaft if you want to achieve a slightly oversize grip of 1/64". If you know the butt diamter of the shaft, you will know what core diamter you need.
Date published: 2014-11-19
What is the weight of the jumbo Tour Wrap grip in grams?
The Jumbo Tour Wrap is 73 grams.
Date published: 2014-10-02