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BLACK WIDOW unveils new grips

April 25, 2013

Softspikes maker of the exciting BLACK WIDOW grips, have unveiled two brand-new grip concepts for 2013.



The brand’s famed Tour Silk grip has been upgraded to optimise all-weather performance and will now give golfers more control through its new textured feel.

This surface provides the consistent all-weather feel and performance preferred by golfers of all abilities. Whether you’re a beginner focusing on swing development, or a professional requiring to work the ball, the enhanced feel experienced when using the Tour Silk II will help you achieve your goals on the course.

Set to be a big hit on Tour in 2013, the new Hybrid from BLACK WIDOW has stemmed from intense research into the grip benefits of pebbled surfaces. This concluded that combining such a surface with a traditional wrap provided an ideal combination for golfers.

Set to become the next step in dual textured grips, Hybrid utilises its unique pebble feel on the top-half and a shiny wrap on the lower section. This provides superior comfort and tack for the golfer’s dominant hand throughout the swing.

BLACK WIDOW’s Tour Silk II is available in Black, White and Black Midsize. RRP - £4.99

BLACK WIDOW’s Hybrid is available in Black, White and Black Midsize. RRP - £5.99

For more information, visit www.bwgrips.com www.softspikeseurope.com






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