Injection molded tungsten counter balance weight
92 grams total weight
92 grams total weight
AdrianPosted on 10/20/2016
The Holy Grail of GripsTuesday, 08/27/13 downloaded certificate for promotional Secret Grip. Had it put on my Cleveland HiBore 7-Iron at the local Dick's store. Today (09/02/13), on the third use of the Secret Grip I aced the 138 yd. 15th hole at Masonboro Country Club here in Wilmington. Obviously, it had to be the Secret grip.
LindyLouliePosted on 4/28/2015
Fountain Of Youth For My Game!!I used to carry a single digit HDCP, but after many shoulder injuries/surgeries, onset of severe arthritis in my hands, feet and spine and spine injury I lost the ability to hit balls daily and play several times per week. As one would imagine this led to the demise of my golf game. Exxcept for my putting my game has pretty much been "on the rocks." Good thing I average 24-26 putts/round otherwise I would be shooting in the 100's! :-(( I have switched clubs so often it is embarrassing --- trying to get something of a light weight that my hands could tolerate and that wouldn't be hard on my back and shoulders when swinging. I used to use men's regular flex clubs. No more. They are way too heavy and stiff for me now. I tried ladies' flex clubs. Too short. No distance. Ball goes high, left and nowhere. Tried adding 1 inch length to ladies' flex clubs -- again to no avail. Ball goes high, left and nowhere. Tried men's senior flex, but they are too heavy and hard to make the transition from backswing to downswing. Tried many different grips -- standard, mid size, oversize, ladie's, cushioned -- you name it, I've tried it! Finally, because it has been such a struggle fighting the weight of the clubs it has been very hard on my left wrist. I am having trouble with the release leaving the ball right Last week I resorted to purchasing a very expensive popular Japanese brand men's regular flex (which is actually like an American brand senior flex) driver with a 38 Gm shaft and very light overall weight. I was so excited to go out and try it... and then reality hit. This la-dee-da-mondo-expensive driver was hard to swing, and it felt like I was hitting rocks -- even though I was hittting soft balls. I was thunderstruck! What now?!? And then it hit me... I remembered an ad poster at the club repair shop in the store where I purchased all the above mentioned clubs. It was an ad for the Secret Grip. I thought "That's it!! Counterbalance that uber-light flexible new driver!" So I had the shop install the Secret Grip on that beautiful Japanese driver. I purchased two more of the grips to install on my fairways woods in case I like the one on the driver,. Yesterday I headed out to the driving range with high hopes, but i was concerned that the increaseed overall weight of the club with the Secret Grip on it would pose a problem for me to swing it. I purchased a large bucket of balls because I figured I had a lot of work to do. It is nearly impossible for me to hit that many balls anymore because of my sore hands. Well, one hit with that driver and I was off to the races! The feeling and sound of that beautiful driver as I repeatedly hit the sweet spot were absolutely exhilarating! The ever-troublesome transition from backswing to downswing was instantly transformed into "power steering!" I loved the fit and feel of the Secret Grip too. It was so easy to hang onto with the lightest grip pressure that I was now able to stop fighting to keep my hands on the grip all the way through impactand follow-through. Imagine what that did for my accuracy and consistency. Remember how I said that it is nearly impossible for me to hit a large bucket of balls? Well guess what? I was able to hit THREE large buckets!! It wasn't my hands that wore out, it was the rest of my body! HAHAHA!! Once I got it "dialed in" I couldn't stop! I am headed out to the golf store today to purchase the Secret Grip for the rest of the clubs in my bag. I am so excited at the thought of possibly getting some game back I am on Cloud Nine! I have no idea whether or not I gained any distance since you can't really tell that on the driving range, but the feel of the swing, the feel at impact and consistently hitting the sweet spot are all well worth the price of the Secret Grip. BTW, I don't believe $10/grip is that much more expensive than other premium grips considering what you get. For those of you folks who are reading this review... NO, I am not being paid to endorse the Secret Grip! I am just a very excited customer who wanted to share my story with those of you who might be struggling with similar circumstances as well as those folks who are interested in the grip but who are skeptical about it. THANK YOU Mr. Boccireri for developing such a fabulous grip! I am looking forward to being able to get some game back. One thing I would suggest is that you advertise these grips more aggressively and in greater detail as to how they work. Had I not already understood the concept behind backweighting I would not have been inclined to try the grip. I would have thought it was just another gimick. I would like to see this product be made available in my pro shop, but I doubt that my club pro even knows about it -- but he soon will! ;-) For you skeptics... Try it! You will feel like you have a great new set of clubs!