Have you ever struggled to sink those short putts and seemingly ruined a hole? The inability to smoothly roll your putter can create an enormous amount of frustration and pressure at the end of each hole...especially if your friends are making you putt everything out with no gimmes.
Recently on Biggs Golf Talk I had the opportunity to interview John Mazzanoble who is the president of JumboMax Grips and he gave us insight into the technology and production that was 5 years in the making. John explained that for his personal use he uses the JumboMax Tour series midsize grips on his irons and the extra-large on his wedges. He was gracious enough to offer to send me a set for this review. Based on John’s recommendation and personal usage I kept with my devotion to the Folds of Honor and support of our troops and ordered a set of the JumboMax Tour series grips in the USA red, white and blue design in the sizes just like his.
With eye catching colors, multiple lengths and a new take on the overall design of the grip, Lamkin SINK putter grips offer great options and feel in the same grip. As most golfers know, when it comes to putting, it all comes down to the feel and how your putter fits in your hands. The SINK putter grip offers a great grip in all weather conditions rain or shine and a superb feel in your hands on the green.
Most golfers tend to overlook the most important part of your clubs, your grip. Lamkin has spared no expense in developing the new Wrap-Tech grip. The double helix pattern of smooth and rough textures when in your hands you can feel instant feedback when you hit a ball. In dry or wet conditions these grips amaze me in their performance.