Review: NO1 50 Pro Grip
For the most part grips shouldn’t have a huge impact on scoring, the NO1 50 Pro grip is one of my favorite grips I’ve ever held. I installed some on my driver and on my Miura MC-501 irons. They instantly became my favorite grips that I’ve had on any of my clubs. The soft, yet direct feeling of connection with the club is very appealing. I also liked that they didn’t tear up my hands. I could easily play these grips without a glove. They offer good tack in both dry and wet weather. In dry conditions it has a slight “gooie” tack which is a nice feel and feature. If the weather turns damp, the tack remains so that there is no slippage during the swing.
With all great things there is often a downside. The only downside of these grips is their price tag. At $16 per grip it gets a little pricey to grip every club in your bag. But the upside of these expensive grips is that they seem really durable over the long run. Elastomer style grips that I have tried have had a history of wearing down quickly, but after multiple rounds with these grips, they seem just like new. Also this compound cleans up nicely with just a little water.
For more information: www.no1grip.com
+Soft elastomer feel
+Black on black looks awesome
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