Grips are made of materials that age and wear with time. Ozone, heat, dirt and oils from your hands all age your grips and cause the natural deterioration of the grip.
The traction that a new grip provides lets you hold the club lightly without the subconscious fear of the club slipping through your hands during your swing.
This relaxed state promotes proper swing mechanics and wrist action, while a worn grip makes you grasp the club tighter, causing arm and wrist tension, that inhibits your swing.
Consider moisture conditions where you play or whether you have hands that perspire. Having a grip that provides moisture control can add confidence and consistency to your game.
Grip material and construction influence the amount of vibration transferred to your hands through ball contact. Softer grips absorb more vibration, while firm grips provide greater shot feedback.
Grip is improved by good design and materials. Smooth grips have a tacky surface and are usually made from softer materials. Other grips combine a textured surface design with firm, high traction materials.
Grip size influences ball strike and shot pattern. That’s why it is so important to find the size that’s right for you.
As a general rule of thumb, grip size should correspond with glove size.
What to do
Bring your clubs to the Anda Golf shop and we will carry out an assessment to find out whether you need to regrip either the most used clubs or the complete set of clubs.
We supply most common grips as well as the new coloured ones, that will give you not only a better feel, but also personalise your equipment on the golf course.