Need new grips? Use Lamkin's Grip Selector for the right fit
18 Jun 2012
by Benjamin Larsen of AmateurGolf.com

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Lamkin Grips believes that most golfers don't realize just how simple it is to determine and find the right grip. Lamkin also knows that a golfer without the right grip is missing out on an opportunity to positively impact their ability on the golf course and to shoot lower scores.

That's why Lamkin developed its online Grip Selector, which helps Lamkin users select the best grip for their games.

Most new golf clubs arrive with standard grips, yet not all golfers have standard-sized hands. Using the incorrect grip size will negatively impact the golfer's grip on the club, leading to incorrect positions throughout the swing and through impact.

Lamkin has grips for all hand sizes, playing conditions and comfort factors. With the large array of grips Lamkin offers, selecting the right one can be a daunting task. That's where the Grip Selector comes in handy.

The Lamkin Grip Selector gives user the option of either using their pre-determined size before finding the right grip or using its 'Find My Size' feature to measure your hands.

From there, your playing conditions are taken into consideration. Users select their likely typical playing conditions from three choices: dry, combo and wet.

Lamkin has many surface textures to offer its customers. The Grip Selector tool takes your desired texture into consideration as users can choose from the smooth light pattern, a heavier slip-free pattern or a combination of both.

Finally, users can select the firmness of their grips, selecting from Lamkin's wide range of soft, medium and firm grips.

Enter all the required information and, like magic, Lamkin tells you the exact type of grip that works best for you.

In the market for grips? Give the Lamkin Grip Selector a try and let us know in the comments section below how it worked for you.

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