What grips do the best golfers in the world use? These are the specs for 9 of them.

The best golfers in the world are very picky about their clubs’ specs. They don’t mess around with things like loft, hosel settings, or even shaft bend and weight.

One part of their clubs that doesn’t get enough attention, though, is the grips, and how they are set up.

But we’re going to talk about that today!

The information below goes into great detail about the grips and tape combinations that Titleist tour pros use to stay tightly attached to their clubs.

Note: The inside diameter of the grip is given by the number and letter combos below. For example, 60R stands for.60 inches. The “R” means the grip is round, and the “X” means it has a rib or other feature that helps with alignment.

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Wyndham Clark

Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord grips in a mid-sized Wyndham Clark style

Details: One full wrap of tape under the lower hand, one three-quarter wrap under the lower hand, and one full wrap.

Will Zalatoris

With Golf Pride Z Cord 58R grips, Will Zalatoris plays golf.

Details: One piece of tape. By putting a 0.580-inch core grip on a 0.600-inch shaft, the end grip size is.020-inch bigger, which makes it play like a normal grip after two wraps of tape. The grip also feels a little stronger with this set-up.

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Jordan Spieth

Super Stroke S-Tech 58R grips for Jordan Spieth

One wrap with the label facing down.

Cameron Young

Cameron Young Grips: 58X Golf Pride Tour Velvet Align by Cameron Young

Details: One piece of tape

Brian Harman

Grips made by Brian Harman: Golf Pride Tour Velvet, standard

Details: One circle of tape, with the logo facing down

Ludvig Aberg

Golf Pride New Decade Multicompound (MCC), midsized grips for Ludvig Aberg discs

Details: One piece of tape

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Max Homa

Max Homa Grips: 58R Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord Standard

Details: One circle of tape, with the logo facing down

Justin Thomas

Green Pride Tour Velvet Cord 60R grips for Justin Thomas

Details: One circle of tape, with the logo facing down

Tom Kim

Tom Kim used Golf Pride Tour Velvet match grips on his woods and irons. You can get Golf Pride

New Decade Multicompound (MCC) wedges in white and black.

Details: One piece of tape

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