On the Fringe
- Apr 28, 2009
- Reaction score
- Philadelphia, PA
and there is absolutley nothing wrong with that at all, man. it should make for a better testing experience too knowing that you're happy right away instead of already focusing on a grip that you don't like
I'm in the same boat. I think it helps to have all your clubs feelign the same so there's some sort of consistency with each club's feel.Ya Ron I really didn't like them and have already swapped them out and am much happier. They just didn't feel right to me, and they don't look that great to me either. Stock grips are just that to me, I don't think I have ever played a club where I didn't change out the stock grip within a week or two.
Once you find a type of grip that you really like it is hard to go back to something else IMHO. It is the only part of the club you actually touch and its important to me that it feels right, and is the right size.