Golf Putter Putting Grip Slipperiness

Texture -- Most golf putter grips today are too smooth, and that requires excessive hand=hold pressure which  over the long haul contributes unnecessarily to fatigue. The new Quantum Golf Putter embodies a "tactile" grip which cures this problem. It features tiny knobs that protrude outward into the skin of your hands and that enables you to have a firm hold on the grip with no excessive exertion, and that significantly reduces fatigue over the long haul. .

Absorbency --  Many golf putter grips will absorb moisture and become slippery on hot humid conditions especially during misty mornings and rainy days. This is a major contributor to golfing fatigue. The new Quantum Golf Putter embodies a tactile grip that is "impervious" to moisture, so it feels just as secure in your hands whether dry as a bone or sopping wet, and that significantly reduces fatigue over the long haul.    

Golf Putter Grip Color 

Ever wonder why golf putter grips are so gaudy and colorful? The reason is that putter makers want their product to attract attention in the retail store's putting corral. Of course color has no effect on how well a golf putter works, but it does matter some for your golf putting performance,  How?  When you walk onto the green with a putter that is colorful and gaudy like what a clown might like to use, it can effect your self-esteem and confidence. Don't laugh! This is the reason why you drive your wife's black BMW to the golf course instead of your old white F-150.  The new Quantum Golf Putter grip is basic black and that is best for your self-esteem, your conficence, and therefore your putting performance. 


Golfers today have a choice of hundreds (maybe even thousands) of golf putters on the market today, but it really boils down to Ping Anser Style Blades, or Odyssey Style Mallets, or now the new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter.  


When comparing golf putter grips, there are six factors to evaluate. The new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter scores perfect six of six, while typical blades and mallets score a miserable zero of six.  

Of course, grip evaluation is only one part of overall golf putter evaluation, but without a good grip nothing else matters much. 


Golf Putters Putting

Blade/Mallet/Symmetric Grip Comparison 

While the golf putter head does the business of putting, the shaft/grip enables its movement and effectiveness. The grip connects the golfer to the shaft which transmits putt line and touch intentions down to the head. Any problems the grip might introduce into the mix, should be discovered and solved to enable precision putting; and any benefits the grip can bring to the mix should be included. 


Golf Putter Grip Asymmetry  

Polar Symmetry is a requirement for good golf putter design because it eliminates stroke wobble, impact twist, unreliable launch, and annoying impact vibration -- plus it just makes the putter feel good. A straight shaft that vectors precisely into the center of gravity of the putter head is a requirement; but an asymmetric golf putter grip can undermine overall golf putter symmetry. So that makes grip symmetry important, both linear and lateral.

Golf Putter Grip Fitting 

Golfers come in all sizes and so do their hand sizes, some large, some medium and some small. It would seem logical that golf grips would come in various sizes too, some with larger diameter, some with average diameter, and some with smaller diameter. Golf putters putting today, do not generally offer those options, but the new Quantum Golf Putter does, and that is another reason why it is the best.

Golf Putter Grip Slipperiness

Golf is a long and game and the enemy of good golf performance is fatigue. Because the golf putter is the most used club in your bag, putter grip slipperiness is a major contributor to  golfing fatigue, and that makes it an important problem to solve. Grip texture and moisture absorbency are the two factors to focus on. 


Lateral Symmetry -- Lateral Symmetry is symmetry of cross-section. When the cross-section of the putter grip is round, the golf putter grip has perfect lateral symmetry.  Most golf putter grips today have a flat face for some unknown reason and that ruins lateral grip symmetry which in-turn diminishes overall golf putter symmetry. Some golf putters today have odd shaping (pistol grip, rectangular grip, etc,) for some unknown reason, and that ruins lateral grip symmetry even worse. The new Quantum Golf Putter embodies perfect laterally grip symmetry, so as to preserves its overall golf putter polar symmetry.  


Linear Symmetry --  Linear Symmetry is symmetry of length; in other words a grip that maintains its cross-sectional symmetry for its entire length. A tapered grip for example, is not linearly symmetrical, and for good reason -- field clubs with high swing speeds would be flying all over the golf course if it not for tapered grips, But putters have very slow stroke speeds and so they do not require any tapering; in fact tapering of golf putter grips is detrimental to putting performance. Why? Because golf green always sloped one way or another and that requires you to change where you hold your grip - sometimes lower and sometimes higher, But it is important for precision putting for your grip to feel the same no matter where you hold it, and that can be achieved only with a linearly symmetric grip.  Golf putters today almost always embody linearly asymmetric grips, but not the new Quantum Golf Putter; it embodies a perfectly symmetrical grip and that makes big improvement in precision putting performance.     

GOLF PUTTERS PUTTING | Blade?  Mallet?  Symmetric?