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  • youngunz5840youngunz5840  2441WRX Points: 154Members Posts: 2,441 Platinum Tees
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    Got a midsize sonar and put it on my driver tontry. It’s sticky but it’s too squishy and soft. I’ll be buying some gray utx grips to replace it
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  • achappyachappy Bowie, MD 1160WRX Points: 142Members Posts: 1,160 Platinum Tees
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    My grip of choice has been the Z5 Tour Taper since last year but I just received the TS1 and put it on the KE4 Tour Hybrid I just built. Haven't used it yet, but I love the feel of it on the club. Really "grippy" with a lot of texture but doesn't seem to feel harsh. The only negative is that it seems to be slightly smaller overall than the Z5 Tour Taper.



    I'll know how it compares in the heat and humidity Sunday. That will be the real test.
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    Ping G30 10.5 Tour 65
    Ping G30 3W Tour 80
    Ping Eye2+ 2-PW KT-M
    Callaway Jaws CC 52*, 58*
    Ping Pal 5Bz
  • spartanglfrspartanglfr  405WRX Points: 110Members Posts: 405 Greens
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    Surprised that neither grip is available in .580. At .600, I have to add more wraps with a regular size grip. The Lamkin midsize is usually too big for me, but with the .600, it might fit.
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  • rynobucketrynobucket  915WRX Points: 119Members Posts: 915 Golden Tee
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    I also received a notice that mine was $2.08 short on postage. I would have to drive to the post office to pay the postage, it's not worth the effort, money, and gas. What is really unfortunate is that my local Golf Galaxy carries only a few variations of Lamkin grips and this was a good chance to get my hands on one of their new product lines. Oh well, maybe next time. In my opinion, Lamkin still makes the best reasonably priced grips on the market.
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  • tgast17tgast17 columbus, oh 92WRX Points: 60Members Posts: 92 Fairways
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    I received mine. I got the sonar midsize. I usually play tv cords with a bunch of wraps to reduce taper, but put this on my 3 wood and loved it. I handed it to my dad he didn’t even take a swing and said you will be installing these this winter.
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  • Duffer222Duffer222  390WRX Points: 41Handicap: 7.6Members Posts: 390 Greens
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    I’ve had the Z5’s on my irons since April, and have really liked them. Until last week when it was in the 90’s with theatre index over 100. I couldn’t grip the clubs. My wedges and woods all have ioMic 2.3’s and I have no problems. Put the free sonar grip on my 8 iron and played again. MUCH better than the Z5’s.



    Anyone else have the same issue with the Z5’s?
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    Driver - Cobra F9 10.5 w/ Speeder 661 EVO III
    Fairway - Cobra F9 14.5 w/ Atmos TS 7s blue
    Fairway - Callaway XR Steelhead 5 w/ Atmos TS 7s red
    Hybrid - Mizuno MP CLK-H (Japan only) 24* - TENSEI CK Pro Blue 80h
    Irons - Yamaha ‘15 RMX CB Tour - 5-P w/ Mitsubishi OT 100’s
    Wedge - Titleist Vokey WedgeWorks 54° w/ Mitsubishi OT 100
    Wedge - Titleist Vokey WedgeWorks 60° w/ Mitsubishi OT 100
    Putter - Odyssey EXO 7s 34”
    Ball - Callaway ERC / TaylorMade TP5

    Full time walker w/ my SM 3.5 LS on my back
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  • eagle1997eagle1997  18298WRX Points: 946Members Posts: 18,298 Titanium Tees
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    Got mine today, actually had forgotten I sent in info on this. Sonar midsize for me as well. Really liking it. Love how the base graphics are the same whether logo up or logo down.
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    Cobra F8+ 9.5°
    TEE XCG4 3w 15°
    Cally Steelhead XR 17°
    Cobra BioCell 22°
    Cobra One Length 5-PW
    Bstone J15 50°
    Bstone J15 52°
    Odyssey Black Milled #1
  • Puttersaurus RexPuttersaurus Rex one swing at a time  862WRX Points: 236Members Posts: 862 Golden Tee
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    Placed the TS1 on a new driver shaft. Before installing it, I was afraid of the places where there is not the texture. Would it slip in my hands? It feels a lot better installed, and I look forward to extended testing.
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  • achappyachappy Bowie, MD 1160WRX Points: 142Members Posts: 1,160 Platinum Tees
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    Well my TS1 didn't last long. It's a really tacky grip but too soft for my liking. I prefer a firmer grip and I was hoping this would be one but without any cord, sort of like an updated Crossline or X10.



    So back to my Z5 Tour Tapers.
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    Ping G30 10.5 Tour 65
    Ping G30 3W Tour 80
    Ping Eye2+ 2-PW KT-M
    Callaway Jaws CC 52*, 58*
    Ping Pal 5Bz
  • Stephen1125Stephen1125  433WRX Points: 65Handicap: 13Members Posts: 433 Greens
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    Two rounds in now. The sonar feels really good when it's dry but I found it to be pretty slick when it gets wet. My buddy got the TS1 and hated it so I through that on my PW and I have to agree. It's a brand new grip (he used it one round) but it feels worn out.

    The sonar is very comfortable but lacks grip when wet.

    The TS1 just didn't feel good.
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    Driver: Taylormade M5 tour 9* Tour AD IZ 6x

    3 Wood: Cobra F7 ventus blue 7x

    Hybrid: Mizuno JPX850

    Irons: 4-PW Nike VR Forged Pro Combo +1.5"

    Wedges: Vokey SM6 51*, 55*, 59*

    Putter: Machine M10 Adjuster/Taylormade Spider Tour

  • rbj69rbj69  768WRX Points: 58Handicap: 14Members Posts: 768 Golden Tee
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    Two rounds in now. The sonar feels really good when it's dry but I found it to be pretty slick when it gets wet. My buddy got the TS1 and hated it so I through that on my PW and I have to agree. It's a brand new grip (he used it one round) but it feels worn out.

    The sonar is very comfortable but lacks grip when wet.

    The TS1 just didn't feel good.




    i thought the same thing but i think the grips new have a film on them or some residue that u cant see like maybe from the mold they were made , so i cleaned all my sonar and ts1 grips, i did my whole set in these and washed them with dawn dish soap and a toothbrush and dried with a towel and now even wet they are very tacky and slipping is gone when sweaty hands , i love them now
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    Taylormade M16 with blue atmos shaft
    Callaway Rogue 3 wd with blue evnflow shaft
    Cleveland hb launcher 3h
    4-pw Srixon Z585\Z785 combo with $ taper shafts
    Cleveland 50 cbx2 wedge
    Cleveland 56 cbx2 wedge
    Cleveland 60 cbx2 wedge
    Odyssey stability 1Wide
    Cleveland frontline
    Evnroll 1.2 Blacked out
    Cleveland Huntington Soft 11 CS blacked out
    Balls 19'Srixon Zstar xv and Zstar and others
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  • Stephen1125Stephen1125  433WRX Points: 65Handicap: 13Members Posts: 433 Greens
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    rbj69 wrote:


    Two rounds in now. The sonar feels really good when it's dry but I found it to be pretty slick when it gets wet. My buddy got the TS1 and hated it so I through that on my PW and I have to agree. It's a brand new grip (he used it one round) but it feels worn out.

    The sonar is very comfortable but lacks grip when wet.

    The TS1 just didn't feel good.




    i thought the same thing but i think the grips new have a film on them or some residue that u can see like maybe from the mold they were made , so i to all my sonar and ts1 i did my whole set in these and washed them with dawn dish soap and a toothbrush and dried with a towel and now even wet they are very tacky and slipping is gone when sweaty hands , i love them now
    Interesting. I'll give that a try. Thanks!
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    Driver: Taylormade M5 tour 9* Tour AD IZ 6x

    3 Wood: Cobra F7 ventus blue 7x

    Hybrid: Mizuno JPX850

    Irons: 4-PW Nike VR Forged Pro Combo +1.5"

    Wedges: Vokey SM6 51*, 55*, 59*

    Putter: Machine M10 Adjuster/Taylormade Spider Tour

  • bigmoneypbigmoneyp Michigan 3440WRX Points: 256Members Posts: 3,440 Titanium Tees
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    I got the Sonar Midsize and didn't really care for them. I did fill out the survey they sent me and I received a 20% off coupon for my next order of any lamkin product. I'll prob use it on another style grip so it ends up being a pretty good deal.
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  • bubbagumpbubbagump SLDR $5000 Challenge The Empire 5616WRX Points: 258Members Posts: 5,616 Titanium Tees
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    Eh been using it now on my wedges, its tacky and fine but just not that enamored with it. Ill probably switch it out here shortly.
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    8.5* Ping G400 LST with TS Speeder 7.2
    12* SLDR Mini with TS Speeder 7.2
    17* Ping G400 with TS Speeder 9.8
    19* Mizuno MP18 FLI HI with KBS C-taper
    5-GW Mizuno JPX 900 Forged with KBS C-taper
    60* Cleveland RTX-3 CB with KBS C-taper
    Toulon Atlanta
  • storm319storm319 US 4054WRX Points: 320Members Posts: 4,054 Titanium Tees
    Joined:  edited Aug 8, 2018 #76
    Survey promo code looks to be generic for anyone who is interested:



    To save 20% OFF your next order of new Lamkin grips, simply enter TY20 at checkout when placing your order at LamkinGrips.com. Offer expires 9/30/18.
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