Winn Excel Soft Oversize Black Grip (+1/8″)

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Winn Excel Soft Black Oversize Grip (+1/8") Ultra-comfortable and ultra-tacky, the Winn Excel Soft Oversize Black Grip is truly luxurious. As Winn's all-time best selling grip, the feel and shock absorption are unmatched. 65% more shock absorbing than rubber, this grip has been hailed by arthritic and hand fatigue sufferers as the reason they can still play golf.

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Customer Reviews

Best grip for arthritis fingers

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 2, 2016
By Ursula
I hardly write reviews. But these are the best grips for arthritis fingers/hands. That’s why I would like to share my experience. I am so happy that my PRO recommended it last year. So, I already played a full season with these grips. These grips are so soft and even as a woman I have the oversize grips. Maybe it might be a little bit more difficult to release but after some training you will be so happy because you can play golf every day (if you do not spend hours on the driving range). I would never change it again.

Very grippy

One person found this helpful.
 on November 6, 2016
By Snorkel Rick
I first encountered these grips on a golf club that I bought from a friend. Liked the grip so much that I put these on all of my clubs. Very grippy, very comfortable. I don’t think they last quite as long as other grips, but I’ll keep using them as they are the best that I’ve used.

Lets you looosen up your grip if you have big hands

 on September 1, 2016
By Eric M Andrews
I have big hands and have struggled with hitting driver straight for years. This grip has helped me grip the club without feeling like I have to hold on for dear life…almost like I don’t have to hold on at all. The feeling that you’re about to launch the club down the fairway takes some getting used to, but this grip has helped me loosen up and find more fairways with driver. I use midsize on my irons but am considering putting this grip on all my clubs.

The Arthritic Golfer’s Best Friend

2 people found this helpful.
 on August 25, 2014
By DonP
If you have arthritic hands as I do you will appreciate the comfort these cushioned oversize grips provide. I don’t hesitate to “take a divot” with an iron or swing the driver with force. They are also easy to hold in cold or rainy weather as well. Highly recommended!

Great for arthritic hands.

3 people found this helpful.
 on July 9, 2014
By TW1
The grip is so nice now from my previous set of Callaway originals. It is spongy to the feel, plus when wet it is easier to grip onto the club. For people with arthritis, you will love this grip.

Would recommend the supplier

One person found this helpful.
 on July 11, 2015
By ROGER STEER
Grips arrived on time. Would recommend the supplier. Have re-gripped all of my clubs and find them excellent in my hands particularly in hot weather. They retain a tacky feel when my hands get very hot.

Great golf grips!

One person found this helpful.
 on July 24, 2015
By Shamrock
These are definitely my favorite golf grip. They are super grippy and very durable. They are easy on the hands even without a golf glove. I highly recommend.

Great grips

 on December 18, 2016
By David P.
I have used these grips for years. Great for senior golfers. Easy on the hands. No glove required.

I love Winn Excel Grips

 on September 12, 2016
By James Uecker
I love Winn Excel Grips. I have been using them for over 10 years. Threw away my golf glove when I started using them.

Love these grips

 on March 13, 2016
By Peartree
Love these grips. I have some arthritis in my right hand and the fit is perfect. By the way, I am a female, 5’6″ tall so I have fairly long fingers.

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