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Iomic Golf Grips


IOMIC focuses on grip technology, which is often underestimated when compared to the technology put into club heads and shafts. IOMIC Golf Grips revolutionary approach includes the development of a new grip material called IOMAX, which gives golfers great feel and control. Iomic and No. 1 golf grips, made by two separate companies in Japan, are extremely popular on the Japanese and Asian professional tours. Now these two grip manufacturers are slowly but steadily gaining recognition in the United States. IOMIC Golf Grips from both companies are known for their feel – firm yet tacky. “IOMIC Golf Grips grips are regarded as the stickiest and tackiest on the market,” said Atsushi Komiyama, media director for No. 1 grips. “They are played by PGA Tour players such as Y.E. Yang and K.J. Choi.” IOMIC Golf Grips, though, isn’t about to get outdone. The company sells four distinct lines of grips with the name Sticky. Those four are Sticky 1.8, Sticky 2.3, Sticky Mid and Sticky Jumbo. Matt Kuchar has been using the Sticky 2.3 grips on all his clubs except the putter, on which he installed a SuperStroke grip. So the grips are sticky. This doesn’t mean the grips are soft IOMIC Golf Grips. These two companies use a combination of several different elastomers to create a large variety of grips with several different textures. Both the Iomic and No. 1 grips have a reputation for being comfortable and slip-proof at the same.