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  • #16
    Re: Grips - ribbed vs non-ribbed?

    Originally posted by rgk5
    Ribbed are fine as long as you get each one installed EXACTLY the same way. Otherwise your hands could be in 13 different positions.
    BINGO. 1 club 2 degrees open, the next club 3 degrees closed
    Non ribbed for me and my clients. In fact I never buy ribbed grips for the above reason.
    Just adds another Source of Variation I can do without Yes some want logo down.
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    • #17
      Re: Grips - ribbed vs non-ribbed?

      Alot of pros use ribbed grips like David Toms and Camillo. Guys like PGA winner Mark Brooks have the ribbed grips put on 3 to 5 degrees open. Same with 2 time Major winner Padraig harrington. To each there own it seems.

      Golf World magazine says 60% of tour players use ribbed grips but with many varying setups. Very popular in drivers.

      Originally posted by TourIQ
      BINGO. 1 club 2 degrees open, the next club 3 degrees closed
      Non ribbed for me and my clients. In fact I never buy ribbed grips for the above reason.
      Just adds another Source of Variation I can do without Yes some want logo down.
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      Last edited by compugeek; Jan 17, 2009, 06:50 AM. Reason: Automerged posts

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