Grips

Golf Grips
Golf Grips
788 products
Golf Grip Kits
Golf Grip Kits
132 products

Undersize/Ladies Grips
24 products

Standard Grips
112 products

Midsize Grips
67 products

Oversize Grips
39 products
Putter Grips
Putter Grips
148 products

Specialty Grips
5 products

Junior Grips
6 products

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  • Monark offers a huge assortment of the most popular grips today in many different options, sizes, colors and textures from top manufacturers like Golf Pride, Lamkin, Winn, Rexton, and others. Monark also carries many do-it-yourself grip kits. Re-grip your clubs today and feel a difference in your game!
  • Golf club grips are the only direct contact between a golfer and the club - so the proper the golf grip is crucial. You must know the core size of the gripe that you will require, and the size of the grip that best fits your hands.
  • Grips come in regular, mid-size, and oversized or jumbo. A grip that is too small or too large will lead to hooking or slicing. To find the best grip that fits your hands, measure from the base of your hand (wrist) to the end of your longest finger.
1. What are Golf Club Grips?
golf grips are the handle at the butt end of shaft and the only connection between the player and his club
2. In which size does the Golf Club Grips come in?
Golf club grips come in these sizes: junior, womens or mens undersize, mens regular size, midsize and oversize. There is no industry standard to define what size is midsize, oversize and jumbo size.
3. What size of golf grips should I use?
Standard size grips are designed for players whose hand measures 7 inches to 8 3/4 inches from the wrist crease to the tip of the middle finger. Undersize grips are 1/32 inch smaller and designed for hand measurements of less than 7 inches
4. What are the best grips for golf clubs?
Golf grips are made from different materials (rubber or PU materials) and come in different sizes and feature different surface pattern. The right golf grips is a 'feel' or mental thing, you need to feel comfortable with your grip. For best result try to put different grips into your hand at a retail store to experience which grip feels right to you.
5. What happens if golf grip is too small?
The muscles of the your hand and fingers have to work harder, often causing an overactive motion through the ball. Smaller grips can make you handsy and cause you to release the clubhead too quickly