There had to be a better way
Every solution begins with a problem, and the big problem is that golf is infuriatingly difficult. Even with all the advancements in club design and ball technology, the scores golfers are shooting simply have not gone down.
So we examined every aspect of golf club design and one thing kept puzzling us: “Why does every other sport (think baseball, tennis, and hockey) and every tool in our toolboxes use a large handle, while golf clubs have much smaller ones?”
It didn’t make any sense. It takes much more force to hold onto a small handle, and one thing all golf teachers can universally agree on is that squeezing a golf club handle is bad! You’ll never hear an instructor say, “You could improve your golf swing if I could only get you to grip your club tighter!”
No More Squeezing The Club
After five years of testing and development, we were able to create a super-oversized golf grip that was stable enough to be played on tour, was comfortable yet durable, and most importantly, fit the hands of golfers so well that they could hold the club securely without feeling the need to squeeze.
In 2009, we launched JumboMax Grips to help golfers improve their performance by creating golf grips with ergonomically correct sizing. That’s a scientific way of saying we “supersized” them. No longer would golfers have to tolerate golf grips that hurt their hands, made their game suffer and wore holes in their golf gloves.
Where we are today
Today, we’ve expanded our product line to offer JumboMax Grips in multiple sizes, profiles, weights, textures, and even different colors to ensure that we’re giving every golfer the ability to play their best golf possible, and that includes putter grips.
Yes, JumboMax Grips Are For You
As shocking as it might be to hit your first shot with JumboMax, our customers are generally equally as shocked at how they made an immediate improvement in their game.
From novices to the best players on the PGA Tour, all golfers can benefit from a grip that properly fits their hand. And that grip is probably a lot bigger than the one you’re playing.