Lamkin REL 3GEN golf grips: tacky chic
I generally try to take pretty good care of my golf clubs, but there is one thing I do that is generally bad for clubs: I keep them in the trunk of my car most of the year. And this past year, it really was all year round, because that the weird, warm weather made it possible to golf at least a few days every month this past winter.
I mean, you can’t very well be caught without your clubs should an hour or two unexpectedly open up in your calendar.
The reason that the trunk is a lousy place for your clubs is that both very cold and very hot weather put extreme stress on them, especially on the grips. As your clubs bake and freeze in the trunk, the grips glaze and crack. And slippery grips can cost several strokes a round.
Conversely, a new set of grips can save a few strokes a round. So if you abuse your clubs too, it may be time to get them re-gripped with Lamkin’s new REL 3GEN grips ($6.49). Lamkin has developed a proprietary rubber compound that dampen s vibrations and maintains an increased level of tackiness. Best of all, just wiping down the grips with a dry or wet towel restores the tackiness, prolonging grip life, even if you do abuse yours like I do mine.
The REL 3GEN grips also come in 11 colors, so they look as good as they feel.
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