We as owners of Cork Tree Putter Grips are very proud to be associated with BCF here in Hong Kong.
This is our first charitable co venture that we are going to roll out on a Worldwide basis. Initially we are producing two styles of putter grips, the Slim Jim and the Gimme. Both styles of grip features our ‘Lemon’ cork design and is beautifully embroidered with the well known ‘Pink Ribbon” that needs no introduction.
Thank you in anticipation of your purchase and therefore your donation to BCF.
Cork Leather Putter Grips
USED BY 4 TIME MAJOR WINNER AND OVER 40 OTHER PGA TOUR PROFESSIONALS
ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE IN HOT, HUMID AND WET CONDITIONS
LOOKS GREAT, FEELS EVEN BETTER
Chong as his friends know him by is a long-time family friend of The Cork Tree and was one of the first Tour Professional golfers winner to use The Cork Tree putter grips. He has 18 career wins, including wins on the European Tour
Wen-Chong Liang earned his first victory on the Japan tour at the second major championship for domestic men’s golf—the Japan Golf Tour Championship Mori Building Cup Shishido Hills
WHY CORK PUTTER GRIPS?
Our Cork Putter Grips are designed and used by Championship-winning Tour professionals who make their living from playing golf. If Cork Tree grips are preferred by these elite players, why not try them for yourself today?
“The R&A has ruled that the GIMME, BANDIT, SLIM JIM & STUMPY putter grips do conform to the rules of golf”
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Of all the clubs in the bag putters offer the widest variety of styles, designs and lengths but until recently putter grips had been pretty conventional. With the rise of popularity of oversized grips such as the Super Stroke used by current Masters and U. S. Open...read more
Oversize grips are all the rage not only on the PGA Tour, but also at the local country clubs — and the hype is real. I’ve been using large putter grips for the past 4 years and I’ve seen improvements in my putting, especially under pressure. These grips are designed...read more
I'm quite often shocked by the terrible condition of amateurs' club grips. Many weekend warriors allow their grips to get smooth as glass, especially on their putters. And then they wonder why they get all "handsy" and push and pull putts. Recently, new grip materials...read more
I actually did like the grip a lot. I had tried one of those Super Stroke grips and didn’t like it. I lost feel with it but the Cork Grip seems to transmit the feel much more completely.Wayne Mills
Very happy with my putter grip and have managed to get back down to 8 handicap for the first time in about 20 years. Due in no small way to good putting.Mike Hetherington