The Grip Master Kangaroo Leather Golf Grips
The Grip Master's flagship leather golf grip - The Grip Master has used the unique qualities of Kangaroo leather to make this premium line of sewn grips. With superior softness and strength, the Kangaroo leather grip has great feel and durability. Outperforming and outlasting any rubber/synthetic grip in the market today.
The Roo has been a hit on the Tour right from the start. As with all Grip Master swing grips, there is no real need to wear a golf glove, adding even more value to the purchase of The Grip Master grips.
The Roo's ultra lightweight and very strong authentic Kangaroo leather has been a hit on tour since we introduced it. It is the toughest and most durable of skins, with a very consistent grip retention. The Roo maintains its tacky feel for a very long time.
If you're looking for a grip that will wear in and not wear out. A grip that will grip in all weather conditions, rain hail and shine then you should get serious and play the world's finest handcrafted leather grips. The #1 Leather Grip used on every major golfing tour worldwide. Nothing sticks like The Grip Master leather grips. While those that are made with man-made materials wear out and lose their grip, ours wear in and maintains traction. No need to change grips every few rounds like the tour players do with man-made materials. In all weather conditions The Grip Master grips offer traction second to none and maintain a consistent traction. The secret behind this traction is our proprietary Protack, it is a system that was defined and refined based on Tour Player feedback. The Protack System is not a temporary surface coating. The Protack System is impregnated through the entire skin of the grip for the ultimate in golf grip traction and ultimately consistent performance.
We use only the highest grade leather on all of our grips. We use leather because it outperforms man made materials in every critical criteria. Torsional loading, stability, weight-strength ratio, dampening, consistent traction, leather breathes and is long wearing. Our premium hand made leather's are the finest available and tanned by the world's best tanners to our exacting standards. We have mastered the art and science of selecting the right leather and turning it into a handmade high performance golf grip that outperforms any other. Premium leather has a feel that cannot be duplicated with man-made materials. Touch promotes confidence, as it offers real feedback. Get in TOUCH with your best game, Play Leather!
• Hand made and sewn for unparalleled quality
• Manufactured from Premium Kangaroo Leather
• Infused Protack System for long lasting tackiness
• Medium Touch
• Medium tackiness
The Grip Master spreads the leather love
Once upon a time, most golf grips were leather.
Some still are.
PGA Tour players Geoff Ogilvy, Adam Scott and Jarrod Lyle use leather grips from The Grip Master. These three golfers are Australian, and The Grip Master is an Australian company. It makes sense.
If Scott Kim has his way, The Grip Master will continue to gain a foothold in the United States. Kim, president of The Grip Master USA, is an evangelist for leather grips.
Yes, we’re talking about leather from livestock. But we’re also talking about other leathers — ostrich, white tail deer, kangeroo, lizard, land snake, sea snake, sting ray and salt water crocodile, for example.
It must be stressed that some golfers are not comfortable using leather, which comes from animals, although the reality is that most animal skins for leather golf grips become available as a byproduct of other industries. The largest by far is the beef industry.
The Grip Master was founded by the McConchie family, which perfected a method of producing slip-on leather golf grips. Why leather? Here are some of the reasons that are commonly listed: It exhibits long-lasting traction, it has a particular feel that appeals to many golfers and the grips generally can be used without replacement for two and a half to three and a half years.
Leather grips are expensive, but the cost is mitigated by their longevity. Golfers can expect to pay $24.95 and up for an individual grip to be installed on a club.
“There is nothing like leather,” Kim said. “It has a very special feel. At this point, The Grip Master has grown tremendously on the European Tour and Asian Tour, and we are optimistic about other tours as well.”
Why the European and Asian tours?
“They play in more humid conditions, and they experience unpredictable and even harsh weather,” Kim observed. “Leather is perfect for all that.”
“I think it’s the best grip,” Kim said. “It performs in good weather, and it performs in bad weather. All our grips are weather treated, so golfers can use them with confidence no matter what it’s like outside.”
In the old days — before rubber and polyurethane golf grips — leather grips were installed by wrapping a long, thin piece of leather around an underlisting, or cushion-like base. It was a time-consuming process.
The slip-on process, though, makes The Grip Master as easy to install as any other grip. The Grip Master also sells a “Tour Laced” leather putting grip that is available on several putter brands.
“All our grips are handmade,” Kim said, “from picking out the hides to finishing the grips.”
The grips are sold in all the normal sizes — with many standard, oversized and undersized variations.
The most widely used leather grips, made of cowhide, weigh 49 to 50 grams. This is the same as the standard weight for most rubber grips. Ogilvy uses kangeroo leather grips, which weigh just over 40 grams apiece.
Courtesy of Kim, here is the key to caring for The Grip Master grips: Do not clean them with soap and water or other commercial leather cleaners.
“Leather is from livestock that has pores on its own,” Kim said. “When you plug that up, it will take out the special ingredients we use to increase tackiness. The best way to clean them is to wipe them down with a wet, damp towel. There is no problem with dampness.”
Leather golf grips are something of a specialty item, but they continue to hold a large attraction for some golfers around the world.
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GRIP MASTER ND
The GRIP MASTER ND bias port tyre delivers a longer service life, reduced heat build-up and higher stability. Recommended for use on reach stackers.
Features & Benefits:
The GRIP MASTER ND IND 3 port tyre is made of a special heat, cut and weather-resistant compound that imparts higher stability. A specially designed non-directional tread pattern ensures the tyre delivers a longer service life. While a heavy-duty nylon casing reduces heat build-up.
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