By CTgary

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    I just got my new irons and for the first time I am playing larger grips. I have the MCC +4 on all my irons, and I like the results I am getting. My question is for those fitters or those players that play the larger grips, should I be putting the same grip on driver, woods, wedges?

  2. Doug E
    Urbana, MD

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    I have been playing midsize MCC grips for years. I was playing them on all clubs (except putter), but a few years ago, I decided regular grips on my woods and driver gave me a touch more swing speed with a little less pressure from my hands. So now I play regular MCCs with an extra tape wrap on driver, 3W and hybrid, while playing midsize for the rest. Works for me.
  3. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    My take on it is that it would be personal preference for your feel. I personally like all mine to be the same exact grip, size, style, brand for a more consistent feel. I use an GP tour velvet undersize grip which is not available in the 360 model so i just stretch those out when re-gripping the driver & fairway woods so i dont have the logo moving around when adjusting the clubs. The irons and wedges are all the same.
  4. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    Absolutely....... For consistency and feel, I use the same MCC +4 grip on all my clubs (Driver, Fairway, Hybrid, Irons, Wedges).....

    Might try the Tour SNSR 104CC GolfPride Putter Grip.......
  5. Gary D
    Cranston, RI

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    I use Golf Pride Tour velvet midsize on irons and rescue clubs. The MCC +4 align on driver and fairway wood. My thinking is the MCC helps with alignment and accuracy on the clubs that go the farthest where a bad alignment incurs the greatest penalty.
  6. B.A.
    Los Gatos, CA

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    I have the MCC+4 Align Grips now in my 718s and they are fantastic. My wedges are ready to be replaced and I still have the regular MCC +4 in those. Not sure if I'll put the Align in those since I do open my face. At least on the 60*. Just not sure yet.
  7. Keith M
    Acworth, GA

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    I made the move to midsize grips a couple of years ago. Initially it was just the irons, but as I kept using them, I had them put on all my clubs (except the putter.) Don't want to go back!
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    I've been playing the MCC+4 midsize grips on all my clubs. Personal preference, makes me have less grip pressure. Everyone has a different feel, so go what works for you.
  9. J.R. F
    La Porte, IN

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    I switched to those last year and put them on all of my clubs. I found it helped to have the same feel through the bag.
  10. David C
    Vicenza, Italy

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    I really like the Lamkin Crossline grip. The older ones with the cursive writing. When they switched to the block letters instead of cursive I bought 200 of the old ones so I would always have them. It is funny how we get set in our ways and change almost becomes a bad word.
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    I personally use midsize with 2 wraps on all my clubs. However, it is all about what feels right when you are playing. I know some guys who have different sizes on their woods and their wedges. It's all personal preference!

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