Lamkin SINK Putter Grip Review

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.

From Lamkins website:

Made with a super lightweight rubber for a more responsive feel, the new SINK putter grips feature a pronounced curved-handle profile to promote proper wrist alignment for a more fluid and consistent putting stroke. Available in a rounded or squared shape, both offered in 11" and 13" grip lengths.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Super lightweight material, 29% lighter than traditional rubber, delivers the proven performance benefits of rubber in optimal putter grip weights
  • Pronounced pistol profile ensures the upper hand is positioned in a more relaxed and stress-reducing angle
  • Precisely designed patterns provide golfers with an effective hand alignment tool for greater putting consistency
  • Multiple grip textures offer an ideal surface that feels comfortable and secure in all weather conditions
  • The squared shape features a flat top and thinner profile, ideal for 'feel-based' players looking for maximum feedback and shot control
  • The rounded shape is a thicker putter grip with a parallel profile designed to minimize excessive hand and wrist action for a pendulum-like putting stroke

At first glance, the SINK putter grip grabs your eyes with the color selection they chose. In the initial release they offered a blue/green and a orange/yellow option. Lamkin now offers the grip in black and white, which for me is a big plus. Some of my putters in my collection have paint fill that with the color options would not really fit the look for my putter but the black/white option works with anything you can toss its way.

With the color combinations, the eye is naturally drawn to the thumb alignment ovals on the face of the grip which is should be very helpful to any golfer to align their grip. Also on the back side of the grip, the lines help with the overall feel of the grip as well as the overall texture feel good in your hands.

The options to have the grip in a round or square option as well as multiple lengths, gives golfers options to ensure they have the right feel and right length just for them. Out of the 2 options I preferred the square option over the round because of my tendency to break my wrist on occasion and the 13” version as sometime I like to place my hands lower on the grip. The thumb alignment aid on the 13” version offers 4 ovals so you can drop down and still be aligned properly.

 

The Lamkin SINK putter grip utilizes not only great textures in your hand, an alignment aid to help align your grip, multiple sizes in both the grip style of round or square but also multiple lengths. Any golfer could find their right grip within the new SINK putter grip line. To learn more about Lamkin and the new SINK putter grip, please visit their website at LamkinGrips.com.

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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.

From Lamkins website:

Made with a super lightweight rubber for a more responsive feel, the new SINK putter grips feature a pronounced curved-handle profile to promote proper wrist alignment for a more fluid and consistent putting stroke. Available in a rounded or squared shape, both offered in 11" and 13" grip lengths.

HIGHLIGHTS

·         Super lightweight material, 29% lighter than traditional rubber, delivers the proven performance benefits of rubber in optimal putter grip weights

·         Pronounced pistol profile ensures the upper hand is positioned in a more relaxed and stress-reducing angle

·         Precisely designed patterns provide golfers with an effective hand alignment tool for greater putting consistency

·         Multiple grip textures offer an ideal surface that feels comfortable and secure in all weather conditions

·         The squared shape features a flat top and thinner profile, ideal for 'feel-based' players looking for maximum feedback and shot control

·         The rounded shape is a thicker putter grip with a parallel profile designed to minimize excessive hand and wrist action for a pendulum-like putting stroke

At first glance, the SINK putter grip grabs your eyes with the color selection they chose. In the initial release they offered a blue/green and a orange/yellow option. Lamkin now offers the grip in black and white, which for me is a big plus. Some of my putters in my collection have paint fill that with the color options would not really fit the look for my putter but the black/white option works with anything you can toss its way.

Pictures of the grips in all colors

With the color combinations, the eye is naturally drawn to the thumb alignment ovals on the face of the grip which is should be very helpful to any golfer to align their grip. Also on the back side of the grip, the lines help with the overall feel of the grip as well as the overall texture feel good in your hands.

Picture of the tops of the grips

The options to have the grip in a round or square option as well as multiple lengths, gives golfers options to ensure they have the right feel and right length just for them. Out of the 2 options I preferred the square option over the round because of my tendency to break my wrist on occasion and the 13” version as sometime I like to place my hands lower on the grip. The thumb alignment aid on the 13” version offers 4 ovals so you can drop down and still be aligned properly.

Pictures of the alignment ovals and lines on the back side

The Lamkin SINK putter grip utilizes not only great textures in your hand, an alignment aid to help align your grip, multiple sizes in both the grip style of round or square but also multiple lengths. Any golfer could find their right grip within the new SINK putter grip line. To learn more about Lamkin and the new SINK putter grip, please visit their website at LamkinGrips.com.

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