The top half of the grip is made of Golf Pride's patented "Velvet Cord" and provides good control when putting. The corded area is where the golfer holds the putter with his top hand. The grip, designed for use in any weather, keeps moisture away from the hands in wet or humid conditions.
The bottom half of the grip is made of molded rubber, which is found on other Golf Pride grips. This half of the grip is where the golfer holds holds the putter with his bottom hand. This part, the softer area, is designed to give the golfer more feel and allow his ball to be more responsive on the green.
The grip looks a little funky because it is not only corded at the top and molded rubber at the bottom, it is two-tone in color. The grip comes in a spectrum of eight colors, including red, pink, orange and blue. The most mainstream color is white. The corded half of the grip is solid black; the rubber part can be any of a number of colors.
The grip comes in two sizes: regular and midsize. Both have a core size of 60, but the midsize weighs 59 grams and the regular weighs 46.5 grams. For golfers who need an even larger diameter grip, one can be augmented by a club-fitting professional.