I am intrigued by the wider, flat front section.
East Amherst, NY
Was in the snsr testing and firmer rubber was exactly what everyone was asking for so I’m curious to try this one
Have been looking to replace the stock Matador grip on my Scotty. Was thinking about getting the SNSR grip but I saw these and have been thinking about these now. Would love to get a feel for the larger grip size and the pistol shape.
Rohnert Park, Ca
I love this grip shape and size and would love to try the newest Golf Pride offering.
Thank you Golf Pride!
The larger grips of today are terrible for my stroke. I have been dreaming about a re-release of the Pro Only for years. The couple I have found in the back of grips bins and off the bay are usually dried up.
G400 LST 10*RBZ Tour 14.5G400 5wPro '14 23*i15 5-W588 Satin 50* (51)MD4 56S (55), 60X (59)Pro Platinum Newport 2 (removed the nickel and now black ox)
Palm Harbor, FL
Making the switch back from the armlock putting style. The Blue Star seems to keep the OD thickness throughout most of the grip, which I like. Having large hands, this will help the grip not to feel too small in my right hand.
Buffalo NY,Red star love my super stroke grips but tired of shelling out 30.00 for putter grip. Have your velvet on my clubs and be interested to test this out on my putter. they look fantastic. Thank you for opportunity.
I currently use a super stroke and feel that it is very large and do not care for the shape.
I like the tour snsr pistol but that material is too soft for my liking. And the other offerings are huge in my opinion
The size is close to the TourSnsr and the shape is ideal for the way I hold the putter.
I currently use a SuperStroke 2.0 and I have been struggling with a good feeling on my grip. I am wanting to go back to more of a traditional pistol style grip. The pro only red star would be a great grip to try.
I used a PRO grip for 20+ yrs because the shape and feel were PERFECT for my hands. However when the lighter weight grips came out I switched because they made the putter head feel heavier. Hopefully the new grip will be the best of both worlds for me.
Green Star 88cc
Hard to find heavy pistol grip..
Need heavier grip to smooth out my swing.
I like the more traditional shape.
RED STAR, love that timeless, classic look and would put this on one of my Ping or titleist putter.
I like a flat surface in the front.
Prefer a grip with a nice flat front and sharpish lines
Have been a claw gripper for a few years with a Winn Jumbo-Lite on my Black Spider Tour but would like to try the new GP Pro Only Blue Star.
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Best-of-both-worlds functionality for me. Lack of edges prevent me from steering the club yet I'm able to get consistent hand place unlike a more rounded grip. Love this.
I prefer the more traditional/classic shape of this style.
Blue Star because of the Wide Flat Paddle Front for Thumb Placement
San Antonio, TX
I'd like to pair this grip with a BeCU Ping Anser 5 to regain the feel of the putter head. A lot of larger grips take that away and this grip design looks just like what I'm looking for.
Titleist TS3 10.5 6.0 HZRDUS Smoke at 44”
Callaway X-R Steelhead 4w XS Tensei CK Blue
Ping G410 4h Tour 85 S
Ping I210 5-Uw Modus3 105X
Callaway Mack Daddy 4 54 SW
Ping Eye2 3.0 58/8
BeCu Ping Zing 5 34.5
Would like to try a larger contour in my grip. Also finding a white grip is getting dirty too easily.
I like this shape and size and want to try the newest GP offering. I am moving away from the bulky SuperStroke, and want to try something more conventional to improve the balance on my putter.
White Marsh, MD
I want to move back to a smaller grip to get more handsy!
Would love to compare to my 2 SNSR’s as I believe they are the best grip but do not like the appearance.
I have always used the Ping Man grip because I like the rounded back but I would love to change the texture of the grip slightly and this grip looks perfect for that.
Certified grip psycho here, and would love to give this grip a test run. I'm a big Golf Pride guy!!
I am intrigued by the flat front and how I think that would help steady my hands within my putting stroke. Currently using a super stroke.