Lamkin Grips


Each Thursday we do a little blast from the past and have some fun with it. In this installment, we thought we would showcase the latest and the greatest from Titleist in the year of 1982.

The Year of 1982
Michael Jackson Releases Thriller Album
John Belushi Dies of a Drug Overdose
Cats Opens on Broadway
E.T. is a Huge Box Office Hit

NBA Finals Champion – Los Angeles Lakers
Super Bowl Winner – 49ers
World Series – St Louis Cardinals
The Masters – Craig Stadler
U.S. Open – Tom Watson
British Open – Tom Watson
PGA Championship – Ray Floyd

The In ‘N Out Wedge
This big faced, forged sand wedge is a must club for anyone who has trouble with sand shots. The Out ‘N On is a heavier, more massive sand wedge with a wider than usual, bigger bounce sole. Getting out and on is easier for even the most timid sand players. True Temper taper tip Dynamic shaft.

The Clubs
What are your thoughts of this amazing “new” technology?
Did you play them?

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Josh is the Publisher of The Hackers Paradise and co-founder of THP Media with his wife Morgan Babbitt. Together they share a passion for golf, and they travel the country along with their two dogs in the THP Tour Van bringing their love and knowledge of the game to golfers everywhere.

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  1. One-T says:

    I hate I never saw these. I like the little graphic on the back. I would love to hit one of these

  2. jeanthemachine says:

    Copy that, One-T

  3. Puttin4Bird says:

    I’ve never seen one of these either, how could I miss such a cool club? Probably because I was 8 years old when they came out! Great throwback today!

  4. clam fist says:

    That club still looks good to me. Great club for throwback Thursday.

  5. JNolan says:

    There are a couple on ebay right now

  6. Ryan says:


  7. Hoefy says:

    This was a cool looking club but it was part of the mess that I was brought in to fix!

  8. court says:

    Looks a lot like the old Hogan “Sure Out” wedges – slightly smaller flange – but those were great wedges for people struggling with bunkers.

  9. Matt says:

    Love the design on it. Well before my golfing time.

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