Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes indeed, we are fortunate to have a growing number or professionals playing on all major golf tours using the full extent of our grip range, to the best of our knowledge (as the picture can change week to week!) this includes, but is not limited to:
Matt Wallace: Snug Tour 27
Matt NeSmith: OG LTaper 43 Lite (formerly Big Daddy Light)
Christiaan Bezuidenhout: Snug Daddy 30
Alexander Bjork: Snug SQ 30 and Snug Daddy 30
Laurie Canter: OG Taper 43 Lite (formerly Big Daddy Light)
Scott Harrington: OG Lite 39 long
Robby Shelton: Snug Tour 27
Jorge Campillo: Snug Tour 27
Jamie Rutherford: Snug Tour 24
James Jankowski: Pistol 7E 29
Stephen Brown: Snug SQ 30 and Snug Daddy 30
Dave Coupland: Snug Tour 30
Joe Long: Snug Tour 27
Rhys Enoch: OG Taper 43 Lite (formerly Big Daddy Light)
Ockie Strydom: Snug Tour 30
John Catlin: Snug Daddy 27
Jeremy Freiburghaus: Snug SQ 30L
Matthew Baldwin: Snug Tour 30
Luke List: Snug Daddy 30
Craig Howie: OG Taper 43 Lite (formerly Big Daddy Light)
Whitney Hillier: Snug Daddy 27
Hannah Screen: Snug Tour 27
Sam Cutting: OG Taper 43 Lite (formerly Big Daddy Light)
Stacey Bregman: Snug Daddy 27
Nicole Garcia: Snug SQ 27
A major contributing factor to the 'yips' is too much grip pressure which leads to greater tension in the wrists. One effective way to reduce the pressure is to increase the surface area of the grip and by doing so the natural result is a reduction on grip pressure and therefore tension.
For this reason our Octogrip, OG Lite and OG Taper range would be a great option for you to try which can be used in conjunction with any grip technique. If your preference is for a more traditional shape of oversized grip then choose our Snug 33 whose flat front will also aid consistent grip alignment and help prevent grip twist.
This very much depends on what you are wanting to achieve by changing your grip. For example, if you wish to continue using a pistol / pencil size grip then choosing a Pistol 7E (26 or 29) or Snug (24 or 27) will help with your grip alignment and consistency of stroke. If your primary goal is to confidence with shorter length putts, then opt for the Pistol 7E 26 or Snug 24 however if your goal to gain greater control over long distance putts then the slightly wider Pistol 7E 29/32 or Snug 27/30 would be a great option.
All of our grips will compliment a mallet putter, the question is the size of grip you have a preference of and what aspect of your putting (if any) are you wanting to improve?
- If you currently use a pencil sized grip but want to improve confidence over shorter puts, consider: Snug 27 or 30, Pistol 7E 29 or 32 and the OG Lite 31 however if you want greater control over longer distance putts consider a Snug 24 or Pistol 7E 26.
- If you currently use a midi sized grip but want to improve confidence over shorter puts, consider: OG Lite 35, OctoGrip 36 and Snug 33, however if you want greater control over longer distance putts consider: Snug 27 or 30, Pistol 7E 32, OG Lite 31.
- If you currently use an oversized / fat grip but want to improve confidence over shorter puts, consider: OG Lite 39 or 43, OctoGrip 43, OG Taper or OG Taper Lite however if you want greater control over longer distance putts consider a Snug 33, OctoGrip 36, OG Lite 35 or Pistol 7E 32.
Many customers ask this question!
We have a 'Tour' range which are all 266mm long and a 'SQ' range which are longer at 279mm.
The width of the putter grip which is denoted by the two numbers in the title. For example, The Snug Daddy 24 is 24mm wide whereas the Snug Daddy 33 is 33mm wide.
Whilst we believe there are huge benefits to putting with a prayer style grip which ensures your shoulders are level and better aligned to the target, you can employ any technique when using our grips. Many opt for a traditional right below left or left below right set-up while others use the increasingly popular claw technique. Examples can be found within the images of product pages