Golf Pride New Decade Multi-Compound Grip

Golf Pride New Decade Multi-Compound Grip


.600" (Rnd) 46.5g Standard - Black/Black -
$10.19
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.600" (Rnd) 46.5g Standard - Black/Red -
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.600" (Rnd) 46.5g Standard - Black/Blue -
$10.19
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.600" (Rnd) 46.5g Standard - White/Black -
$10.19
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.600" (Rnd) 46.5g Standard - Black/Yellow -
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Product Name
Price
Qty
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Red .600 RND Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Blu Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Grn Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Org Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Yel Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Red .600 RIB Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Wht Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Red .580 RIB Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Red .580 RND Grip Kit
$140.47
Golf Pride Decade Blk/Blk Grip Kit
$140.47

Golf Pride New Decade Multi-Compound Grip

The hottest grip in golf is now available in a variety of colors!

Features:
  • .600" core diameter
  • Round - installed size: standard
  • Exclusive black velvet cord provides firm, all-weather control for top hand
  • Soft, colored rubber delivers enhanced feel and response in lower hand

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

Golf Pride Decade Multi-Compound Cord Grip Specifications

Golf Pride Decade Multi-Compound Grip is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb non-slip grip. Freddy Couples plays bare handed because his dad couldn't afford a glove when Freddy was a young guy. I wore a glove and on hot days hand would sweat and glove would stretch and bunch up and it did also during rain. So I followed Freddy and wore no glove but all grips sucked until I found Decade Multi grip. Rain or shine this grip is true to me, no slippage regardless how wet this grip may become. This grip is by far superior to other grips and I have tried many over the years. I highly recommend this grip to all golfers that have difficulty hanging on to any club.
Date published: 2015-10-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Way Too Expensive Probably the best grip I've ever used. The problem is, the price and durability. I play 27 holes a week from mid April to mid October and can count on 1 season out of the grips. I have to replace the grips on the driver and wedges twice a season. $130 per re-grip is too expensive for me. I've found a similar product, without the half-cord, at a much better price and haven't noticed a degradation in the grips performance. I hope this review was helpful. Fairways & Greens!
Date published: 2013-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love Them! I live in Georgia and the heat and humidity always play a factor. I've played two rounds with them and they are unbelievable. I played the second round without a glove with no impact to my swing grip or game. Will by more!
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Way Too Expensive Probably the best grip I've ever used. The problem is, the price and durability. I play 27 holes a week from mid April to mid October and can count on 1 season out of the grips. I have to replace the grips on the driver and wedges twice a season. $130 per re-grip is too expensive for me. I've found a similar product, without the half-cord, at a much better price and haven't noticed a degradation in the grips performance. I hope this review was helpful. Fairways & Greens!
Date published: 2013-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Feel I have tried a lot of different grips over the years, golf pride being my favorite brand. I bought a club about 18 months ago with this grip and quickly realized I needed them on all my clubs. I think this style is the best balance between feel, feed back, and control. Even in wet conditions this grip offers plenty of grip. A real step forward in grip construction.
Date published: 2010-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Feel I have tried a lot of different grips over the years, golf pride being my favorite brand. I bought a club about 18 months ago with this grip and quickly realized I needed them on all my clubs. I think this style is the best balance between feel, feed back, and control. Even in wet conditions this grip offers plenty of grip. A real step forward in grip construction.
Date published: 2010-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the money By far the best grip I have used. When it is hot and the glove gets moist you dont loose your grip. The bottom half is easy on the hand and the feedback is fantastic. You know where you hit the ball on the club face. Plus these will last quite a long time.
Date published: 2007-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the money By far the best grip I have used. When it is hot and the glove gets moist you dont loose your grip. The bottom half is easy on the hand and the feedback is fantastic. You know where you hit the ball on the club face. Plus these will last quite a long time.
Date published: 2007-10-01
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Has Golf Pride ever produced a Midsize NDMC in Green/black? Have found a set but wanted to make sure they are not counterfeit. Thank you.

Asked by: MLS8004
Golf Pride made the Decade Multi Compound in black/dark green standard size but not a mid size. They also offer the new Decade Multi Compound Plus 4 in a black/light green in standard size but not mid size.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-25

I got a new Callaway driver with a GP New Decade Multi Compound grip. Played 3 rounds, was hitting the ball very straight. Changed to a GP CP2 standard grip to match my other grips, started hooking the ball. Would the larger CP 2 grip cause this?

Asked by: Bob
The fact that the CP2 is larger would not in and of itself cause you to start hooking the ball, but if something changes the feel of the club, like a new grip, it may cause some inconsistency. Would advise letting a qualified PGA teaching professional take a look. Club path and face angle at impact are the causes of all directional problems and the professional should be able to detect he cause of your new found hook.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-29

You show that there is a .580 core black/red option without the rib, however it's not an option to purchase.   As my wedges require the smaller core grips to fit properly, I'm wondering,  will you will be selling them again in the future?

Asked by: Michael
Apologize for the confusion. The .580 core black / red rib option is no longer available from Golf Pride and we have no remaining stock. It has been removed from the website. The .600 core should work. You may need to build up the shaft a wrap or two if it is that small, but a .600 grip will work on the .580 butt shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-22

What does RND and Rib mean?

Asked by: Mike
A ribbed grip has a raised ridge running down the back side of the grip that fits into the finger tips when you grip the club. It serves as a reminder to get your hands on in the same position every time when you grip the club. A round grip is round in circumference and does not have this reminder rib. Manufactures like Ping and Callaway will use ribbed grips on their game improvement iron designs and round grips on the irons they design for the better player. There are good players such as Rory McIlory who use ribbed grips.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-10

Do these grips come in midsize? I didn't see them listed.

Asked by: Putterboy3
Yes some of them are offered in Mid Size. Here is the link for the Mid Size grips. https://www.golfworks.com/golf-pride-new-decade-multi-compound-midsize-grips/p/GP0036/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-08

what is your recommeded golf grip for my taylor made RAC model club. the original grip is smaller and slip on my hand. type is cord grip. thanks

Asked by: angel
Not sure these days what the stock grips were on the RAC irons but if they feel small you may possibly need a mid size grip like the GP0008R or GP0036, or GP0044. It could be a good idea to have your grip size checked to see for sure what grip size you need. It could possibly be a size between standard and mid size and in that case those need to be created using build up tape. Most golf retailers like Golf Galaxy have grip sizing samples in their stores to help fit players for the correct grip size.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-27

How is a grip identified as "round" or "ribbed"?

Asked by: Madison1
Grips are coded for size on the inside bottom edge of the grip. For example if there is a 58R or 60R the R tells you the grip is Round and if it just lists the 58 or 60 without the R it tells you the grip is ribbed.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-13

New 2017 grips are they for sale yet

Asked by: 2017 new grips are they a
Some have started to arrive. Here is a link for all the new grips we have added for 2017. If you click on it and it says Backordered we do not have them yet. If there are specific grips you are interested in let me know and I can check them for you and if we do not yet have them I can check and see when they are due in. http://www.golfworks.com/new-golf-grips/c/10010/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-31
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