Unsure of which grip to choose?
Correct grip size is an important point that should not be forgotten when choosing a club. Incorrect size makes you grip the club incorrect, which can affect both length and direction.
The table below shows you the size of grip that fits your hand by measuring or by glove size:
Tip: The fingers should just walk around and rub your hand as you grab the club. If they do not, the grip is too thick. Test your current club.
16 cm & shorter
Man: S, Lady: S,M,L
Man: M, M/L
Man: L, XL
23 cm and longer
Man: XXL, XXXL
There are a lot of different materials and shapes on grips. Below you will get help with what might suit you.
Rubber grips are the most common grips on golf clubs.
Corded grips are grips that contain a cord material in the composition of the grip. The addition of this material helps to provide more traction in your hands in the rain as well as hotter, sweatier weather.
This grip is a hybrid of rubber and cord. The grip area is made of cord.
Round shape is the most commmon shape for grips and fits most.
Ribbed shape features a small ridge that runs the length of the grip. It is used as a guide or reminder to players or where their hands and fingers should be on the grip.