Breed: Options for your putter grip
Michael Breed shows off how putter grips can help your putting. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Grip Confidence: Putter grips can help lower scores
Michael Breed reviews the latest putter grips from Golf Pride, and shows you how a new grip can help lower your scores.
Grip confidence: Why golf grips matter
Michael Breed and Charlie Fisher review the tour-inspired Golf Pride MCC Plus 4 golf grip and give tips to find the right grip for your clubs.
PGA Show: Golf Pride TOUR SNSR putter grips
Bruce Miller shows Matt Ginella Golf Pride's new TOUR SNSR putter grips at the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show.
The Golf Fix: How to Re-grip Your Club
Michael Breed is joined by Golf Pride distribution manager Charlie Fisher to explain how to properly re-grip your golf club.Hunter Mayhan, they're playing the multicompound, so with this grip. We really paid attention to what the grip, the tape profile under, under most of their, their grips are. So many players on tour are, are doing something to the, to the handle other than just putting a grip on there. Maybe they're building up the right hand, building up the left hand, changing things a little bit. You've got some grips here there are, er, clubs that are already been taped up and specifically on that, that. Low hand side. Absolutely, most of the grips that we ship out to the PGA tour are standard size, but as we start to peal back the we started noticing that, you know, everybody had a different, different
Equipment: Grip news on Golf Pride, Super Stroke
Golf Digest senior equipment editor Mike Stachura talks about the newest advancements in golf grip technology. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.got this new MCC Plus 4 grip that. Basically simulates having four extra layers of tape underneath the the lower hand or the right hand for, for right handed golfers, it really kinda improves grip pressure there's less less squeezing with that right hand, gets that left right hand a little less active which is probably a good thing not just for, for tour players but for average golfers as well. If it is so popular amongst the tour players and has been happening so long, it begs the question why did it take so long to do something like this? Well, golf is slow to change, and then I think it is a little bit of a risky move. I mean you certainly look at the marketplace globally, there is not a lot of average golfers building up the right hand on their golf clubs. It is just not commonly done. And one of the reasons is that
2015 PGA Show: New and unusual grip styles
Morning Drive checks out the latest grips from iD Grips, Cystral Clear, IOmic, Corqe, Winn, Super Stroke and Golf Pride at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.50 years of it. Now, Butch, yesterday, we spent some time with Bubba Watson , and I was asking Bub about the process of putting new clubs in play. And he said the grip is very, very
Holiday Gift Guide: Bridgestone, Golf Pride, Bushnell Golf
Lauren Thompson shows you the top gifts to give a golfer including, Bridgestone, Bushnell Golf And Golf Pride. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.gift of confidence, and who doesn't need more of that on the golf course , in your favorite golfer's hands, for the number one. Hybrid grip on tour used by pros like Rory McIlroy, the top rank
Grip confidence: Inside the Nike tour van
Take a look inside Nike's tour van to see how some of the best players in the world grip their Golf Pride grips.This is Grip Confidence Feature presented by Golf Pride. I'm gonna walk you guys through how we do some gripping out here on the Nike tour van. We've got four different players. Standard insulation for most grips is just one piece of 2A tape, kind of just straight on, grip goes right on top of it, that's kinda what holds everything together. Rory McIlroy uses one piece of masking tape Which starts about six inches down and then a full piece of double sided tape goes straight on top of that. And then the grip right on top of that. He uses a multi compound 58 rib. He's used the rib for five, six, seven years. The reason he builds it up on the right hand is because he wants to take out probably a little bit of the right hand build up. The right hand is to make it a little bit thicker. Tiger Woods Is two different installations depending on if it's irons or woods. He's trying to match up the **** diameter feel. It doesn't matter if it's a driver or if it's a wedge, he wants the same grip feel. In his irons he uses one plus one, one piece of masking tape , one piece of two-way tape, grip right on top of that. With his woods Since his woods are slightly larger **** diameter, he would just use one piece of two-way tape and then go straight on top of that. The grips are an extension of the hand, and it's all about feel, just like just like their golf swing evolves, sometimes their equipment evolves. Paul Kasey, he's, one of our more unique grippers. He actually uses. This, two plus one in
Playing Lessons: Blixt gets a grip
Jonas Blixt explains why he has stuck with the same Golf Pride grips. Watch Playing Lessons on Golf Channel.