TOUR SNSR grips promote feel and feedback

2016 02 Tour Snsr Grip Img

• New series of putter grips launched by Golf Pride
• Features two lines – SNSR Contour & SNSR Straight

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Golf Pride | Tour SNSR

Golf Pride has introduced a new series of oversized putter grips that are designed to give the highest level of feel and feedback on the greens.

Named Tour SNSR, the grips encourage a lighter grip pressure to help you make a smooth stroke through the ball. The additional feel also improves distance control on putts.

The reasoning behind the two grips is there are two different shapes – Tour SNSR Contour and the Tour SNSR Straight.

“Our new Tour SNSR Series is arguably our most distinctive and innovative new putter grip line ever produced,” - Brandon Sowell, global director of sales and marketing

Tour SNSR Contour takes the shape of a classic pistol profile, the shape preferred by over 75% of tour players. It gives the advantage of letting you keep your hand placement consistent to give confidence with every putt.

The Tour SNSR Straight, on the other hand, is a contemporary design that promotes consistent hand pressure and feel on all putts.

“Our new Tour SNSR Series is arguably our most distinctive and innovative new putter grip line ever produced,” said Brandon Sowell, global director of sales and marketing.

“We worked extensively with tour players and amateurs for input during development and they clearly highlighted a need for enhanced feel and feedback with larger putter grips. Our R&D team took the challenge and produced a new soft rubber formulation that redefines excellence for feedback and tour performance.

Golf Pride Tour SNSR – availability

The Tour SNSR Series will be available at retail in April. For more information on the entire 2016 Golf Pride product offering, visit golfpride.com

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