DETROIT, MI – SuperStroke – the leading manufacturer of high-performance golf grips – announces its Father’s Day free customization program, wherein customers can personalize any putter grip with text or images.
Users simply click the ‘Customize Your Grip Button’ before adding a putter grip to their cart and then choose the message or image they would like printed on the grip. To view how the process works, please visit here.
“A custom grip is the perfect way to show Dad how much he means to you while giving him something that will help him play his best on the course,” says Dean Dingman, CEO of SuperStroke. “Our grips are used by more PGA Tour winners than anything else on the market and now dad’s everywhere can own a special one-of-a-kind version of any of our popular models.”
In addition to custom grips, SuperStroke offers a full range of officially licensed products to help dad show his team spirit on the course. This includes both putter and club grips from his favorite college, NFL, MLB and NHL teams. As an added bonus, each officially licensed putter grip comes with a complimentary team ball marker.
One of the most trusted brands on all major tours around the world, SuperStroke’s team of ambassadors includes 3-time major champion Jordan Spieth, future hall of famer Sergio Garcia and world-renowned putting coach Phil Kenyon. In addition to the company’s beloved putter grips, SuperStroke offers a full lineup of club grips allowing golfers to experience the benefits of SuperStroke technology in every shot.
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Since launching the first line of oversized putter grips in 2009, SuperStroke’s mission has been to help golfers make every swing and every stroke the best it can possibly be. This commitment to offering high-performing, innovative products has helped SuperStroke users earn more than $500 million on major professional tours around the world, as well as propelling amateurs to shoot their career-low rounds.