Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Golf Grips

Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Golf Grips


.580" (Rnd) 43g Undersize - Black -
$5.19
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.600" (Rnd) 48g Standard - Black -
$5.19
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.580" (Rnd) 50g Standard - Black -
$5.19
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.600" (Rnd) 48g Standard - Red -
$5.19
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.600" (Rnd) 48g Standard - White -
$5.19
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.600" (Rnd) 48g Standard - Blue -
$5.19
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.600" (Rnd) 58g Midsize - Black -
$5.69
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.600" (Rnd) 66g Midsize - White -
$5.69
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.600" (Rnd) 73g Jumbo - Black -
$6.19
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Product Name
Price
Qty
Tour Wrap 2G BLK (Rnd) 600 GRIP KIT - UNDERSIZE
$75.47
Tour Wrap 2G BLK (Rnd) 600 GRIP KIT - STANDARD
$75.47
Tour Wrap 2G BLK (Rnd) 580 GRIP KIT - STANDARD
$75.47
Tour Wrap 2G BLK (Rnd) 600 GRIP KIT - MIDSIZE
$81.97
Tour Wrap 2G BLK (Rnd) 600 GRIP KIT - JUMBO
$88.47
Tour Wrap 2G RED (Rnd) 600 GRIP KIT - STANDARD
$75.47
Tour Wrap 2G WHT (Rnd) 600 GRIP KIT - STANDARD
$75.47
Tour Wrap 2G White (Rnd) 600 GRIP KIT - MIDSIZE
$81.97

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.

Features:
  • .580" and .600" core diameter available
  • Undersize,Standard, Midsize and Jumbo sizes available
  • Black, Red, Blue and White

  • 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 Grip Specifications

Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Golf Grips is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 49.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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 5 by from Great Tackiness and Wear I have used these grips since they first came out. In my opinion they are the best grip I have ever had and I have been playing golf for over 52 years. They stay tacky, but due to that they do pick up dirt, so it is good to keep a damp cloth or part of a towel wet to wipe them off. Once wiped off and dried they are as tacky as the first day they were put on. They also last a long time, I have had mine over a year with no noticeable wear and I play about 10 rounds a month. Many of my friends and acquaintances have replaced theirs with the Tour Wrap G2.
Date published: 2015-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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 5 by from 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 5 out of 5 by from 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 5 by from 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 3 out of 5 by from 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 5 by from 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
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I was wondering how you could find the measurements for your grips on the clubs you have now. I want to re-grip mine, but I don't know which grips to buy because I don't know how to look for it on the club.

Asked by: cyress3249
Grips are generally coded for size on the inside of the bottom edge of the grip. If you roll back the bottom edge you will be looking for a number like 58 or 60 and they may have an R after the number. The number tells you the core size of the grip, 58 for .580" and 60 for .600" and the R would tell you it is a round grip. If you have a mid size, jumbo or oversize grip it will be on the end cap right on the top edge of the grips.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-14

whats the difference between 600 and 580

Asked by: James A
In the men's size grips the 580 and 600 have the same outside diameter. The 580 has a smaller hole size to match with a .580" butt diameter shaft and would create a standard men's size grip (.900"). The 600 is a larger hole size then the 580 to match up to a .600" butt diameter shaft and create a standard men's size grip (.900"). If you installed the .580" core size grip onto a .600" butt diameter shaft you will have a grip size at +1/64" oversize or .915". If you installed the .600" core size grip onto a .580" butt diameter shaft you would have a grip size of -1/64" undersize or .885". The 580 grip generally will weight 2 grams heavier then the 600 grip because the walls of the 580 grip are thicker then the walls on the 600 grip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-11-14

I would like to select Tour Wrap 2G BLK .600 undersize, but it is only an option under the complete set, I already have your tape, solvent, etc. I only need the grips?

Asked by: Doug
At GP0045 the Undersize grip is the first one listed and I am having not problem adding it to the cart. You can also order the Undersize grip under the GP0048 code, which is the code for the Undersize 2G Black grip. https://www.golfworks.com/golf-pride-tour-wrap-2g-undersize-golf-grip/p/GP0048/ If you are still having a problem you can call Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358 and they can help you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-30

What weight grips would I use for women's Cobra's Irons and woods

Asked by: Holly
The Undersize 43 gram weight would be the Ladies size grip and will fit the Women's Cobra Irons and Woods.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-16

Do you have the Golf Pride Tour wrap 2G midsize in blue.

Asked by: Sam
No, Golf Pride does not manufacture the Tour Wrap 2G blue grip in a mid size.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-11

Hey in the catalogue their is a buy a case option just wondering how many grips come in a case and how much it would cost thank you

Asked by: Rob14
The case size can depend on the grip. With the Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G grips the standard size grips are sold in a case of 150 grips and the Mid Size and Jumbo grips in a case of 100 grips. In our catalog we list how many grips are in a case for all the grips we sell. If the case qty. is not listed in the catalog you would need to contact Customer Service to see if they are available in a case.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-28

Hello In the catalogue it has a buy a case option just wondering how many grips are in a case and how much thank you 

Asked by: Rob14
The case size can depend on the grip. With the Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G grips the standard size grips are sold in a case of 150 grips and the Mid Size and Jumbo grips in a case of 100 grips. In our catalog we list how many grips are in a case for all the grips we sell. If the case qty. is not listed in the catalog you would need to contact Customer Service to see if they are available in a case.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-28

I have RBZ Max irons and a few Calloway Big Bertha irons that need grips. I like Golf Pride Tour wrap but don't know the size (.580 or .600) or the weight (48, 50, 52 grams).  What do I do to find out?

Asked by: Dick42
Both of these sets of irons would have used a .600" core size grip to create a standard grip size.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-28
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