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Golf Pride have released their first new CPX grip, their softest grip ever.

Golf Pride, have released their new CPX grip, which stands for “Comfort Performance Extreme,” which aims to provide superior feel, through a combination of extreme softness and exceptional new technology.

This includes Golf Pride’s first ever raised EXO diamond-quilted pattern. These grips are designed for players who are looking for a high-performance grip, while still maintaining a comfortable feel.

“The connection between the hands and mind is critical in the game of golf,” said Jamie Ledford, President of Golf Pride.

“We’re so excited about CPX because the new design and ultra-soft rubber compound we’ve developed take this connection to the next level. Anyone who tries the CPX will immediately feel the difference.”

Golf Pride go on to say that their new campaign, “A Soft Grip for a Hard Game,” is all about getting players to feel comfortable, and therefore more confident, gripping their clubs. This campaign is aimed at not just at the best players in the game, but also higher handicap golfers looking for superior comfort.

The new CPX will be available from professional shops and selected retailers around Europe from April 1st. To learn more, go to

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Lewis Fraser As bunkered’s Performance Editor, Lewis oversees the content that’s designed to make you a better player. From the latest gear to tuition, nutrition, strategy and more, he’s the man. A graduate of the University of Stirling, Lewis joined bunkered in 2021. Formerly a caddie at Castle Stuart Golf Links, he is a member of Bathgate Golf Club where he plays off four.

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