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Reconnect with your putter with new Feeltec grips
August 4, 2010

The very latest in seamless golf club grip technology has arrived in the UK with the launch of Feeltec, a new range of grips designed exclusively for putters.

Featuring Seamless Optimized Technology, Feeltec grips have a durable 'ridge-free' design, creating an exceptionally tacky and comfortable feel that has already allowed them to notch up two top five finishes on the European Tour since reaching the UK June.

Feeltec grips' unique three-layer process features an environmentally-friendly 'Underlisting' covered by a second polymer 'Index Layer' which combine to absorb shock and create a firm response at impact.

On top of this is placed a revolutionary Seamless PU Wrap, delivering superior feel and high traction that really connects a golfer's hands with the putter.

Feeltec Ex-Series putter grips
The EX Series from Feeltec, featuring thumb alignment graphics, come in oversize, midsize pistol and standard paddle sizes and six colours

Feeltec putter grips perform brilliantly in wet weather and can be dried easily with a towel. Sweat absorbent, they're equally high-performing in hot weather and represent a quantum leap forward in putter grip design.

"Golfers would be surprised what a new putter grip can do to their game," says European distributor Paul Steels, who spent more than 20 years on Tour representing Golf Pride and Aldila.

"Feeltec grips are designed to help golfers lower their grip pressure, which leads to improved feel and control and the development of a better, smoother stroke and, ultimately, fewer shots per round.

"Putters are the most used but most neglected clubs, so fitting a new Feeltec grip is a great way to put the feel back into one of the most important clubs in the bag."

Feeltec Hawaiian Series putter grips
The colourful, standard-sized Hawaiian Series putter grips from Feeltec

Feeltec grips made their European Tour debut in The Wales Open at Celtic Manor and were well-received by players, going on to feature high up the leaderboard at the Alstom Open de France and Barclays Scottish Open.

With several players at the Ricoh Ladies Open at Royal Birkdale also expressing an interest, the grips are rapidly gaining a strong Tour presence, and now all golfers can enjoy the Feeltec experience with a comprehensive range of 25 patterns, colours and sizes.

The EX Series is available in six colours (black, grey, blue, red, orange and brown) and in three sizes, all featuring thumb alignment graphics - oversize, midsize pistol and standard paddle.

The incredibly smooth Marble Series features a design in which no two grips are exactly the same pattern and comes in the standard size and four colours (orange/white, red/white, green/white and blue/white). The standard-sized Hawaiian Series has an attractive laser-engraved flower pattern and is available in three colours (purple, pink and blue).

Feeltec grips are available from Pro Shops and selected retailers, priced around £10 each.

 






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