Top 10 Golf Grips


Looking for a new golf grip? Take a look at our top 10 before you make your choice this season

According to our experts, you should be replacing your golf grips at the start of every season in order to get the best out of your golf clubs.

But with so many choices, it's hard to narrow down the selection. To help you, we've picked our current top 10 grips on the market. 

Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 - £6

Weight: 50g (Tour Velvet standard is 45g)
Colours: Black. Bee standard
Sizes: Standard (Tour Velvet is available in Standard, Midsize, Jumbo and Junior)

Our verdict: The most popular grip in golf and favoured by more tour players than any other. It's an excellent blend of all-weather performance with a soft feel and feedback as well as high levels of traction.

Golf Pride MCC Align - £16


Weight: 51g (Midsize is 62g)
Colours: One only.
Sizes: Standard or Midsize.

Our verdict: The Align is Golf Pride's latest grip and it has a rmer, slightly raised strip along the back to heighten the sensation in your hands and give you a more consistent hold. Delivers brilliant feel and all-weather control.

Golf Pride MCC - £14

Weight: 46.5g
Colours: Five
Sizes: Standard or Midsize

Our verdict: Rory McIlroy's grip of choice. This hybrid blends brushed cord in the upper hand for rm all-weather control with a softer rubber in the lower hand for ultimate feel and responsiveness. A slightly rmer feel than a typical cordless grip

Lamkin UTx Cord - £13

Weight: 52g
Colours: Five
Sizes: Standard and Midsize

Our verdict: You'll find these on everything from TaylorMade's M1 irons to Callaway's Mack Daddy forged wedges. They're an excellent blend of tacky rubber with a rm feel and thanks to a light cord layer they're great at wicking moisture away.

Lamkin Z5 - £13

Weight: 50g
Colours: Seven
Sizes: Standard and Midsize

Our verdict: New for 2017, with multiple zones and rubber compounds to create lots of traction, without inhibiting comfort and control. Different patterns on the upper, middle and lower sections reflect how each hand works during the swing.

Iomic Sticky 2.3 - £12 

Weight: 50g
Colours: Ten
Sizes: Standard and Midsize

Our verdict: The Sticky is made from an elastomer compound so the designers reckon it doesn't go hard, shiny or brittle over time like a conventional rubber grip. It's an excellent performer in the wet, too.

SuperStroke S-Tech - £9

Weight: 52g
Colours: Four
Sizes: Standard and Midsize

Our verdict: Sergio Garcia won the Masters using these and Jordan Spieth swears by his. They have a soft, tacky feel for heightened feedback and control. The cross-traction surface provides non-slip all weather performance, too.

SuperStroke TX1 Tour - £15

Weight: 52g
Colours: Five
Sizes: Standard and Midsize

Our verdict: Combines premium rubbers and a corded upper section for control. Corded grips usually mean higher prices so we reckon if you don't speci cally need them it's worth sticking to rubber only models as they can deliver a slightly softer feel

G-Rip A-Tac - £6

Weight: 50g
Colours: Six
Sizes: Standard only.

Our verdict: You won't nd many grips that get tackier in the wet or when your hands are clammy, but that's exactly what the A-Tac does. Give the wet grip a rub over with a towel and it becomes stickier, great if you play regularly in rain.

Winn Dri-Tac - £10

Weight: 48g
Colours: Three
Sizes: Standard, Midsize, Oversize, Ladies and Juniors.

Our verdict: The Dri-Tac is particularly well suited to golfers who demand the softest-feeling grip with a good degree of shock dampening (which is easy on the joints), but still demand inclement weather performance.