In the past, buying new golf grips was like buying a Ford Model T, you could have them in any color you wanted as long as that color was black! Today people want to express themselves and make their golf gear a reflection of their personalty and colorful grips are an easy and attractive way to do that. Here is look at a number of grip companies that are adding a splash of color to their line-ups.
GOLF PRIDE TEAM COLORS
Want to add some color to your golf clubs and support your favorite college team at the same time? Then the Golf Pride MCC Teams are the grips for you. Available in a variety of colors to mimic your favorite college team, the multi-compound grips combine a cord upper with a rubber bottom for comfort, support and all weather playability. Also available in MCC +4 versions. Priced from $11.25
Not a household name in the U.S., Iomic is a grip that is played around the world by the likes of Lydia Ko, Danielle Kang and Master's champion Hidecki Mastsuyama. Combining a soft grip with a tacky feel, Iomic grips are available in multiple sizes and in a cornucopia of colors. Priced from $10.00
Pure Grips utilizes a proprietary EPDM rubber that they claim makes its grips the longest lasting on the market. One of a handful of grips made in the USA, the all rubber grips are available in a number of bright colors, sizes and textures. Priced from $11.50
Another made in the USA grip, the Sidewinder 360 from Star Grips is a budget grip that provides a familiar pattern in multiple colors. Priced from $7.59
GOLF PRIDE TOUR WRAP 2G
Quickly becoming one of the most popular grips in the Golf Pride line-up, the Tour Wrap 2G is an all rubber grip with a faux wrap texture and a tacky feel. The 2G is available in 4 different colors. Prices start at $6.50.
NO1 is a luxury Japanese grip that is extensively played by golfers on the Asian & European tours. Now, NO1 is making a name for themselves in the US with golfers like PGA Champion Y.E. Yang. NO1 offers some of the brightest color combinations available on the market today. With multiple patterns to choose from and a soft tacky feel, there is a NO1 grip to match any golf shaft & head combination. Prices start at $15.
NOTE: Pricing is based on current retail pricing as of February 28, 2022.