ime, size = approx winn jumbo, but with a definite ridge down the back (which I did not like, among other things)
Big Ben wrote:
So do we know when the smaller version will be available? I want to try one of these bad, great idea...BB
DB MACHINE wrote:
Nice to see someone making new Cork putter grips. Woods Bros. Golf used to offer them on their putters back in the 80's as I recall, and then they came out with a whole new line in the mid to late 90's.. Called "Switch" putters. They had cork grips and mallet heads with graphics on the crown... The grips felt great, imparting a very soft feel to the putter (without being too "squishy" or torquey) and I think were fairly durable. I'm a big fisherman, so I'm interested in these myself. /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
Good luck to Salty!
And thanks for the find rlheiman!
I just installed the new non-taper Salty grip. It is much like the super slim Super Stroke grip. The top is flat and the back is round. It fits really nicely in the hands. New cork seems really good. I'll get in on the course today and see what happens.
New model pics! Mail lady was nice to me today!
Sweet little tube.
Comparison to Winn Pistol grip putter.
Side by side
For good measure, next to a STD size regular grip.
Now I must install this beautiful thing.
Edit: Installed it per instructions, slipped on with just a bit more effort than a normal grip. I have probably had 20 putter grips over the years and the way this feels in my hands blows them all away(seriously, best putter grip idea EVER), even just putting down the hallway. Buy one, you won't regret it.