Golf Pride's Tour SNSR putter grip was released back in 2016 and quickly became a popular option for both amateurs and professionals alike. Fast forward three years, and they are back again to add the Contour Pro to the family.
One of the industry leaders in grip design and innovation, Golf Pride's Contour Pro offers two new oversized models of the pistol-shaped SNSR, to provide what they are calling 'unsurpassed feel and feedback'.
The Contour Pro is made using the same soft, ultra-tuned rubber as in previous versions, to encourage lighter grip pressure for a smoother, more consistent stroke. It also gives the user better feedback at impact which is said to promote better distance control on longer putts on a variety of different green speeds.
Bruce Miller, Golf Pride Product Manager, said:
The Tour SNSR has been our most popular putter grip family since its introduction two years ago. With the new Contour Pro, we took our most preferred shape on Tour and combined it with our oversize Tour SNSR technology. When it comes to putting, amateurs and professionals are on a more level playing field.
The new Tour SNSR Contour Pro putter-grip offers those elite player-shape preferences that aid in consistent stroke and distance control.
The Contour Pro putter grip also features soft, rounded edges, and a 'pistol flare' back which fits more naturally in the hands. The shape includes a wide, paddle front for consistent positioning for the fingers, and a tapered profile for players who prefer the traditional, sculptured grip design.
Available in a black/grey colourway, the Tour SNSR Contour Pro putter grip will be available to purchase from 1st March 2019, and will be available in 104cc and 140cc size options.
What style of putter grip are you currently using? Are you thinking about a change? For many, altering grip thickness or the position of the hands on the grip can have a really positive effect on putting stroke and rhythm, helping to achieve much more consistent results. Next time you're browsing in the Pro Shop, take a minute to try a couple of putters with different grip thicknesses and see if it can do anything for your game.