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I’m just going to shoot you straight here.  If you’re more familiar with a traditional feeling grip, the SuperStroke Traxion Tour Club Grip is going to be a BIG change.  That’s ok though, because that’s largely the point of this grip.  You can definitely tell how you hit the ball, but the response in your hands is much softer than you might be used to.  This is especially noticeable in the woods.  If you’re a player that wants your grip to take some sting out of the hands, the Traxion Tour is a good option.  This grip is also offered in undersized, standard, mid, and oversized options.  The larger the grip, the more you’ll notice the lack of sting and the softer response.  Just be careful as too large may reduce feedback a little too much for your preferences.

Lastly, let’s discuss the tackiness of the Traxion Tour.  SuperStroke used a polyurethane that gives the grip a very tacky feel.  So far, that tacky feel has held up well with only needing a wet towel when some dirt sticks to it.  When the grips start getting slick over time, it’s likely the right time to replace them.  Remember, golf grips aren’t meant to be permanent fixtures for the lifetime of your clubs!

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