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One two for Lamkin in Hawaii

January 19, 2016

Lamkin Corporation – the original manufacturer of premium golf grips – would like to congratulate the winner of the Sony Open on his thrilling play-off victory this weekend.

Equipped with Lamkin Crossline Full Cord grips, the winner shot an impeccable final round 62, including an incredible run of 7 straight birdies. He then birdied 17 & 18 to pull level with Lamkin ambassador Brandt Snedeker taking the event into a sudden death playoff.

Snedeker, equipped with Lamkin Crossline grips, had led going into the final round and after a superb 66 might have been forgiven for thinking the title was in the bag. As it was he succumbed to some fantastic golf from the eventual winner, going down to a birdie putt on the second play-off hole.

The Lamkin Crossline grip has been Lamkin's best-selling grip for more than a decade. Crossline features a distinctive, densely spaced pattern that promotes light grip tension and provides superior lateral traction. Lamkin's proprietary rubber compound adds tackiness and durability, while the grip's firmness delivers excellent torsion control. The Full-Cord version of Crossline offers unmatched traction in all weathers and is a firm favourite of many Tour professionals.

More information: www.Lamkin.co.uk Get social: @LamkinGrips .





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