Custom Golf Components

Written by Kevin Little
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Custom golf components fall into a number of categories, but one that is often overlooked is the grip. Sure, you can spend all the time you want trying to figure out which is the best shaft for your driver--but you're not just going to swing a graphite rod, are you? No, you need a little something between skin (with or without glove) and shaft, and that's where the grip comes in.

Some people don't pay a lot of attention to the grip until they lose hold of a club and send it flying into the blue yonder (be it sky or water hazard). Especially if you play without a glove, you'll want a grip that will provide both a reasonable level of comfort and traction. All in a package that you won't think twice about--after all, the right grip will feel invisible, like an extension of your hand.

Getting a Grip on Custom Golf Components

Such a description can be hard to find, even when choosing from a large selection of custom golf components. The nice part about grips is that they're not expensive--if you're stuck with one you don't like, simply try out another! Soon enough you'll find a good one, all at minimal cost.

Even if you're not looking to build your own clubs from custom golf components, it's a good idea to change your grip regularly. Grips do get worn down, and you don't want your equipment interfering when you're going for the green or trying to save yourself from a nasty bunker. Changing a grip can be worthwhile for peace of mind alone--you've got better things to think about when you're on the course!


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