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Introducing the 'golf-grip' aid

June 11, 2013

There are many books, articles and videos from some of the most prominent golf industry professionals and they all seem to agree, the grip is one of, if not the most important aspect of a golfer's game. It is the first thing that is essential to get right, but sadly, more often than not, it is the last thing a golfer considers improving.

The 'golf-grip'
The 'golf-grip'

Such an important part of the game should have a specifically tailored training aid that can help golfers of all sizes and abilities, right?

Well now there is...

The simply named 'golf-grip', was developed over 10 years - through many hours of ergonomic research and design development. It is a small, pocket friendly product that allows the golfer to achieve and maintain the perfect grip position. This innovative new product is quite literally a game-changer and has several major pluses: There is no professional installation required and no complicated instructions to follow. It is black, discreet and will easily fit into your pocket, meaning that you do not have to advertise the fact that you are practicing with a training aid (as is the case with most brightly coloured products currently on the market). Just pop the 'golf-grip' over your club shaft, then slide it up onto the rubber grip. The white line should align with the club face and the simple easy-to-read graphics printed on the 'golf-grip' show you exactly where to put your hands.

The 'golf-grip'
The 'golf-grip'

Crafted with an injected sports grade Pebax TPE at its core with a second soft TPR injected over-shell, the 'golf-grip' is soft to the touch, yet stiff enough to grip on to a golf club once installed.

It was designed in conjunction with several PGA golfers, and was tried and tested on hundreds of golfers of all abilities. Rigorous trials proved that consistent use of the 'golf-grip' helped prevent regripping, hooking and slicing while at the same time promoting muscle memory, accuracy, alignment, distance and control.

As a beginner golfer, the grip is the first step to learn and perfect. As a professional golfer, bad habits can be accumulated over time and grips change to less optimum positioning. 'golf-grip' was made for golfers of all abilities.

It works by using the body's natural 'muscle memory' ability (think of driving a car, typing on a keyboard or riding a bike - these are all examples of muscle memory working through your subconsciousness). Through repetitive use the Golfer eventually learns to grip the club correctly without the presence of the 'golf-grip'. However, the 'golf-grip' is small enough to still be carried in your bag or pocket giving you the unique ability to recheck your grip easily, anywhere, anytime."



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