Odyssey StrokeLab Grip

I was wondering if anyone could better answer whether changing the standard grip to Odyssey's new Strokelab models would significantly alter the performance of the club. Odyssey's videos and pre-release statements seem to indicate the grip is an integral part to the putter itself yet I have seen some tour pros with their grip of choice instead of the standard one. Can anyone better answer this?

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  • Adam CAdam C Members Posts: 423 ✭✭
    It's just a grip. If you like the feel and weight, that's what matters. I personally don't like any of the Odyssey made for grips other than the old Lamkin Crossline so I would be dumping that Strokelab grip right from the get go. But again personal preference. Don't buy the hype.
  • WarrickWarrick ClubWRX Posts: 10,489 ClubWRX
    edited Jan 25, 2019 1:54pm #3
    WRX did an interview with Sean about these, explained it a bit better. The weight is in the shaft, so ideally you just want to keep your grip weight in the same ballpark as what you ordered it with.



    I think that is the simple answer.



    Interview: http://www.golfwrx.com/539654/watch-sean-toulon-on-what-golfers-arent-good-at-and-how-technology-tries-to-help/?utm_source=Front&utm_medium=Blogroll_Home&utm_campaign=GolfWRX_OnSite&utm_content=unused
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