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Putter Grips: Finding your Feel for Success on the Green

We know putter grip selection can be overwhelming with so many options for the grip’s shape, size, weight, and surface texture. So, as you feel each option out, take your time to ensure you feel the most confident standing over each putt. Putting is a precise stroke and your performance on the green is often the deciding factor of your round. While there are many ways to improve your putting stroke, one thing remains true for all golfers who consistently make more putts – comfort and confidence.

The grip itself and how you feel holding it could be the extra boost needed for better performance, especially when feeling the unavoidable pressure on the green.

Explore our collections of putter grips below to find the right one for you.

Reverse Taper putter grip images


A new era of putting has arrived. The Reverse Taper putter grip features a slim upper hand and wide lower hand for enhanced control, a dimpled pattern throughout to boost traction, and a soft, tacky feel for all-weather playability. 

Reverse Taper technology stabilizes both hands for a more square putter face at impact.* No matter your gripping style. Available in three distinct shapes and two sizes, there’s one for you.

  • Reverse Taper – Flat – Designed to encourage a palm-to-palm stroke, the flat shape helps to increase stability while putting.
  • Reverse Taper – Pistol – With its pistol kick on the top back of the grip, this shape locks the heel pad of the upper hand for enhanced control.
  • Reverse Taper – Round – The rounded back with a flat front paddle provides extra comfort with every putting stroke.

*As tested against a parallel style putter grip.

Male putting with Pro Only Cord

Pro Only Putter Grips

Our PRO ONLY putter grips are available in both all-rubber and cord. The smaller profile of this series allows the hands to feel more connected to the shaft, promoting a heightened feel that is essential in feedback upon impact. 

PRO ONLY grips are all-rubber with a sleek buffed finish while the PRO ONLY Cord grips are firmer with a combination of rubber and cord. The main difference comes from the feel in your hands. One provides a smooth rubber while the other delivers increased feedback and a firmer feel. 

The PRO ONLYseries is available in three distinct shapes with a flat front paddle for your thumbs:

  • Red Star – The smallest size and most traditional shape features a small pistol kick on the top back for added control. The thin profile of the grip is great for the golfer who wants their hands to truly feel the strike of the putt.
  • Blue Star – Slightly larger than the red star, the pronounced V-shape angle on the back of the grip helps lock in the fingers in a consistent place, while a wide front paddle gives your thumbs plenty of room to get comfortable and hold the putter face in alignment.
  • Green Star – The largest of the group, features an oval shape for those who prefer a fuller grip in their hands, while the front flat paddle allows thumb placement. 
golf pride pro only putter grips lined up on grip station

Shop through our full selection of putter grips online or at your local retailer

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