Lamkin launch two distinct new putter grips

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LAMKIN GRIPS

Lamkin has launched its new SINK putter grips, designed to promote greater accuracy, consistency and confidence to help golfers shoot lower scores.

The SINK models come in two distinct shapes, both of which include a curved-handle profile to encourage the correct wrist alignment for a more fluid putting stroke.

The rounded grip (RND) features a wider, straighter profile ideal for minimising excessive hand action and creating a smoother, pendulum-like putting stroke. The squared grip (SQD), meanwhile, is ideal for feel-based putters and features a thinner shape with more pronounced corners.

“For the SINK grips, our engineers and product development team worked diligently to perfect the final shapes of both models and to find a way to combine the new, exclusive lightweight rubber compound with a highly useful surface pattern,” said Bob Lamkin, president and CEO of Lamkin.

“Ultimately, we have created an assortment of putter grips that will enhance the short game performance of any golfer, from a seasoned Tour professional to the casual golfer.”

A key feature of the line is lightweight rubber that is 29%-35% lighter than traditional rubber and enables golfers to enjoy the performance benefits of grips with larger shapes and lengths.

Lamkin Grips :: Pricing

The grips are available in two different sizes, 11” and 13”, at prices of £14.99 and £15.99 respectively. The RND grip comes in a blue-green colour scheme, while the SQD grip has orange and yellow accents.

For more information, visit the Lamkin website or follow @LamkinGrips on Twitter.

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