Crossline Black

( 5 reviews)

Classic Look. Proven Performance.

Proven performance, classic looks, and excellent feel have made Crossline one of Lamkin’s best sellers for more than 30 years. Crossline is built with a highly durable compound, giving it best-in-class torsion control for improved shot shaping—making it one of the PGA Tour’s most popular grips.



Feel is engineered into every aspect of Crossline Black

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Grip Characteristics

The Feel of Crossline Black

Each grip is designed to suit the different preferences of feel. Material, feedback, surface texture, tackiness, and grip taper are the key characteristics that help distinguish a grip's unique attributes.

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Crossline Black Reviews

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  1. Arguably one of the best, most versatile grips in golf. The traction and torsional resistance is the very best in the industry. If you have been a cord player, you should try it. Will give you everything you like from a cord grip without all of the harshness. Durability is also industry leading. And the value is also the best in the business. You can’t go wrong here!


  2. Fantastic

    My all time go-to grip. These things are battle tested and perfect for all conditions. Great traction, they last longer than most brands. Just wipe them down every so often. I love that they come in Oversize as well.


  3. would prefer a .600 size

    I agree with david, great grip but a 600 size would make regripping easier.


  4. Fantastic grips

    Absolutely fantastic grips. For the price, you definitely won’t find a better grip. As someone who has typically used NDMC, these grips offer a great amount of traction even without cord. I personally love the .580 round because .600 round is smaller than I prefer, but Midsize grips are too large. This offers up a perfect in-between size.


  5. Great grip

    Best grip for my money. Need to make it in a .600 core as almost all shafts are .600 now.


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