You've played tournaments, practice rounds, and hopefully hit balls in between. And if you're like most of our avid amateurgolf.com members, you're hoping to get better as a result of all that hard work.
It is essential that all of your equipment fits you properly, and doesn't work against those goals. If you haven't tried anything different in grips, you might be amazed at a difference they can make - and we're not talking about just replacing old worn-out grips.
Lamkin's Torsion Control models are highly effective against club twisting, and their Sting Free grips contain a layer of Kevlar to reduce the vibration at impact (they perform well in colder climates, by the way). A grip developed with Michelin (the OCS Tour) offers a unique surface pattern and rubber design to perform well in all weather conditions.
Check out the photo below, and visit Lamkin's website to find out more by clicking on the link below: