PING offers a wide variety of grip styles
and sizes to meet every golfer's preferences. Grip size is also an important fitting variable since it affects the release of a golfer's hands through the impact area. Thinner grips tend to encourage the release, which can cause a draw or a hook, or help a golfer compensate for a fade or slice. Thicker grips tend to inhibit the release, which can cause a fade or a slice, or help a golfer compensate for a draw or hook.
PING color-coded grips
are manufacturered in different thicknesses for different hand sizes. Your hand length and the length of your longest finger are used to determine the neutral grip size, which neither encourages nor inhibits your release. To find your neutral grip size, get Web-Fit.
Color-coded Grip Sizes
Putter grips have different profiles
that can encourage or inhibit the release of the wrist during the putting stroke. Deeper profiles (like the Palm Lock or Finger Lock) are generally suited for golfers who prefer face-balanced putters and those with pendulum-type putting strokes. Shallower, or rounder, grip profiles are generally suited for golfers who prefer heel-shafted putters or those with wristy putting strokes.
Iron Grip Size Availability
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