Every JumboMax® grip has a StabilityCore™ that provides dramatically improved shock absorption to keep your hands and arms happy. What’s also great about StabilityCore is that, unlike oversize grips of the past, it prevents the grip from twisting during the swing.
Every JumboMax grip is a tour-quality product that just happens to make the game more enjoyable for golfers with arthritis.
It probably doesn’t come as a surprise that some of the most vocal JumboMax advocates are golfers that struggle with arthritis or some other condition that makes golf more painful than it should be.
These golfers don’t care that their grips aren’t conventional. For someone with arthritis, a JumboMax grip can be the difference between playing well or playing poorly. And in cases where gripping the club is difficult, a JumboMax grip can be the difference between playing and not playing at all.
The good news is that JumboMax grips make the game easier for all golfers, and especially golfers with arthritis. Below are what golfers with arthritis need to know.
THE SUPER-OVERSIZE ADVANTAGE
Golfers with arthritis generally want to take advantage of our larger sizes: Medium (M), Large (L), and Extra Large (XL) to make it easier to hold the club without squeezing.
We also make a non-tapered grip call STR8 Tech® (the upper-hand and lower-hand areas are the same size), which makes it easier to create even grip pressure. It’s available in size X-Small (XS), Medium (M) and Extra-Large (XL).
OUR ARTHRITIS GRIP RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR MAXIMUM COMFORT
The Wrap Series™ is our most comfortable and shock-absorbing grip. Try them in size Large (L) or Extra Large (XL) to take full advantage of their ability to make the game easier.
FOR MAXIMUM SPEED
The UltraLite™ is the grip Bryson DeChambeau is currently using because of its lighter weight. These grips are about the same weight or lighter than a standard grip.
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If you are unsure about your grip size, you can contact us at 1-800-573-4747. We are also available through the Contact Us Page.