Putter grip

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By JMoyers

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  1. Just picked up my third SC putter. Can’t help but think for $400 they would have something nicer than an $8 golf pride grip considering what comes with other putters these days. Just an observation

  2. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Can always buy one on Scotty's site.
  3. What is it you are looking for? Scotty's grips not only are custom made for his putters but also are stylish....with any premium product one would expect a higher price...

  4. It's because they want to MAKE Even MORE money.

    I love scotty putter, but they only think on how much money they wanna take from you.

    A beatifull putter like scotty, comes with that ugly grip. It's just wrong.

    And if you ask something, they just say that you have to send it in.

    I have gone from loving scotty, to hate it.

    It's realley bad customer service....
  5. Jim S

    Jim S
    East Point, GA

    There is nothing better than a Scotty Cameron putter in my opinion. If the grip bothers you put what you like on it.
  6. Fred L

    Fred L
    Centerport,NY

    Agree with Jim S. Put your own liking on it.
  7. ....interesting....

    I’m just a bit curious about where you got your putter. My “Scotty” came with a Scotty grip valued at approx. $65.
  8. Keith M

    Keith M
    Acworth, GA

    Second (or fifth) to putting your own grip on it. When I bought mine, I didn't like the red pistolini grip at all, I thought it was hideous. I ordered a black version of the same grip and had it regripped.

    Earlier this year after dealing with the yips, I put a Winn DriTac midsize putter grip on it. Whatever works for you is the right grip.
  9. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    I have putter grips that I prefer and that is what I change to when I purchase my Scotty putters, not get on here a complain about them. I use my right to choose. With respect. Most folks like the Scotty grips. Cheers. And the Golf Pride putter grips I use run over $20.
  10. Jason S

    Jason S
    Schofield, WI

    It is kind of the industry standard grip type. Tiger used a png blackout on his Cameron which is not expensive. If it doesn't suit you change it but I think the types he uses work well for most people and are durable.
  11. Bottomline is that you need a grip that fits your preference, size of hands and weight that will not change your swing weight too much.

    Good Luck,
    Chris

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