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There’s No ‘Wrong’ Way to Grip a FLAT CAT®

When Justin Rose was spotted playing the FLAT CAT putter grip from Lamkin earlier this year, we heard a few whispers that it was installed the ‘wrong way’. We’re happy to respond to those reports with an emphatic declaration that there are 40 different ways you can grip a FLAT CAT and they’re all considered perfectly RIGHT. 

There’s No ‘Wrong’ Way to Grip a FLAT CAT®

With five different sizes, two angle options for installation and four grip techniques from saw and claw to left hand low and traditional, the versatility of this grip is unparalleled. FLAT CAT truly is a revolutionary putter grip that kicks orthodox to the curb and offers a myriad of gripping options for every golfer’s putting style.

Take another look at Justin Rose, whose credentials as one of the world’s best golfers speak for themselves. He switched to the FLAT CAT Svelte earlier this year and opted to install the grip with the flat sides positioned perpendicular to the club face. Each parallel plane, no matter the installation angle, gives you the feeling of SQUARE in the palm of your hands. How you grip the two flat sides purely depends on preferred feel, but the results are enviable either way.

Bob Lamkin, CEO and President of Lamkin Grips, has seen hundreds of so-called ‘revolutionary innovations’ in golf and knows better than most what works and what doesn’t: “It’s incredible. This grip is allowing me to have much better distance control on long putts and the confidence on short putts because my stroke is so much more consistent. I’m making more 10 foot and in putts, and my 3 putts are nearly eliminated.”

Bob continues his praise, ”FLAT CAT is adaptable to every golfer’s putting style, it’s incredibly versatile. I’ve found a phenomenal fit for my traditional grip and confidence in my saw or claw. You’re able to test techniques and find what truly works best for you.”

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