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Lamkin intoduces new SINK putter grips, which are in shops now. SINK's unique design and new materials help golfers hole more putts.
The emergence of oversize putter grips on Tour has been a feature of golf’s changing landscape over the past few years. Lamkin Grips, the oldest grip manufacturer in the world, is now adding to its stable of oversize performance grips with two new designs aimed at encouraging the correct wrist alignment for a more fluid putting stroke.
The SINK putter grips, which are available at retail now, have a curved handle profile and are designed to promote greater accuracy, consistency and confidence. Each SINK grip features oval markers on the front of the grip to provide a quick reference point for a repeatable hand position along with a non-slip micro-webbed diamond pattern and traditional deep-etched lines.
The Rounded version (RND), offered in a blue-green colour scheme features a wider, straighter profile ideal for minimizing excessive hand action and creating a smoother, pendulum-like putting stroke. The squared grip (SQD), with orange and yellow accents, is ideal for feel-based putters and features a thinner shape with more pronounced corners.
The cornerstone of SINK technology is a specially developed lightweight rubber compound that provides the feedback, durability and consistent, all-weather properties of rubber. At 29 - 35% lighter than traditional rubber, this unique Lamkin technology delivers performance while maintaining the putters balance.
“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,” says 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.”
Both RND & SQD SINK models are available in 11” and 13” providing further custom options depending on a golfer’s preferred feel.
SRP: 11” - £14.99
SRP: 13” – £15.99
The company's products are preferred by the legendary Arnold Palmer and other PGA Tour players, including Justin Rose, Keegan Bradley, Brandt Snedeker, Miguel Angel Jimenez and many others.
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