Review: MAWGRIP Golf Grip Cover
Another use is for those “dew-sweeper” rounds when the grass is damp and you grab two clubs to go up to the green, setting one in the wet grass means you’ll have a wet grip which isn’t ideal, no matter which club it is. You can throw the MAWGRIP on the one you are setting down and then switch it to the other club when you aren’t using that one.
Taking it to the course, it does what it says; it keeps grips dry when it is installed. I can keep it clipped onto my bag with the handy c-clip and throw it on the club in 2 seconds. It slides right off when I’m ready to swing. It has a solid end cap and a “pronged” seal at the other end for water protection and some rigidness.
The question that you still might have is; “Is it necessary?” As a walker I can’t say I used it for the dew because I almost never grab 2 clubs for any shot because I’m always right next to my bag. When I did ride for a round, it was useful on a couple early holes in the round when you grab a wedge and a putter for around the green. The only problem was depending on the putter I was using, oversized grips won’t fit inside of the regular MAWGRIP. However, I did read they are making a “biggie” MAWGRIP later this month so that will solve that issue.
The MAWGRIP was designed to keep your grips dry and it works. While I can’t say it is a necessary accessory, I can see it being useful from time to time, kind of like an umbrella. I don’t use my golf umbrella all that often, but I’m glad to have it when I need it. The same is true of the MAWGRIP golf grip cover, it is nice to have in the bag for dew or rain when you want to keep your grips dry.
For more information: www.mawgrip.com
+Keeps grips dry
+Small accessory that can easily fit in any bag
+Rain or dew protection
+Easy on and off
+Inexpensive to keep one in the bag
+Variety of color options
–Not necessary for majority of rounds
–Expensive to get one for every club