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Vintage Arnold Palmer Iron Set custom Fit Forged
Vintage Arnold Palmer Iron Set custom Fit Forged
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Palmer PHD TOUR Iron Set 4-PW Uniflex RH
Palmer PHD TOUR Iron Set 4-PW Uniflex RH
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Ping Zing 2 White Dot Irons with Arnold Palmer Bag
Ping Zing 2 White Dot Irons with Arnold Palmer Bag
   $100.00
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Arnold palmer the Standard forged Cavity Back Iron Set 2-sw
Arnold palmer the Standard forged Cavity Back Iron Set 2-sw
   $69.99
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Arnold Palmer Tru-Matic Irons Set 2-9 MRH True Temper Charger Steel (HS1882)
Arnold Palmer Tru-Matic Irons Set 2-9 MRH True Temper Charger Steel (HS1882)
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ARNOLD PALMER SP3 MIdsize Iron Irons set! 4-PW
ARNOLD PALMER SP3 MIdsize Iron Irons set! 4-PW
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Arnold Palmer Golf Clubs Rare used set 8 Stainless Steel irons 3 - Dual Wedge RH
Arnold Palmer Golf Clubs Rare used set 8 Stainless Steel irons 3 - Dual Wedge RH
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Used Vintage Arnold Palmer True Matic iron set, 2-9, S flex, Good Condition !
Used Vintage Arnold Palmer True Matic iron set, 2-9, S flex, Good Condition !
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Palmer axiom irons 3-pw
Palmer axiom irons 3-pw
   $40.00
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Palmer Peerless Irons Set 3-PW MRH TT DG S300U Steel (R1714)
Palmer Peerless Irons Set 3-PW MRH TT DG S300U Steel (R1714)
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Palmer The Axiom II Iron Set 3-PW, Original Palmer Axiom Lite Stiff Flex Shafts
Palmer The Axiom II Iron Set 3-PW, Original Palmer Axiom Lite Stiff Flex Shafts
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Arnold Palmer Golden Standard II Forged Iron Set 3-SW****Gorgeous****
Arnold Palmer Golden Standard II Forged Iron Set 3-SW****Gorgeous****
   $129.99
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PALMER AXIOM Iron Set + Putter Golf Clubs Set Steel Shaft
PALMER AXIOM Iron Set + Putter Golf Clubs Set Steel Shaft
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Palmer The Standard Forged 2-P Golf Irons. Dynamic Gold R300U. Vintage. NICE!
Palmer The Standard Forged 2-P Golf Irons. Dynamic Gold R300U. Vintage. NICE!
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ARNOLD PALMER 1954 LIMITED IRONS 1-SW STEEL STIFF RH, MINT
ARNOLD PALMER 1954 LIMITED IRONS 1-SW STEEL STIFF RH, MINT
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Mid-size grip?

Th* Salt Vampire said: Just picked up my clubs with the Project X shafts installed. However, they have mid-size grips on them. They were a pull and I didn't notice when I put the order in. What sort of difference am I going to be dealing with because of bigger grips? I have a somewhat arthritic bottom wrist as well.

f*gjam said: Not sure about the size of your hands, but I think as a general rule if you are going to err on grip size, it will be less destructive to err on the side of grips too big than too small. And bigger grips should definitely help the arthritis, it is used by manufacturers as one of the main selling points, so you should be fine.

Th* Salt Vampire said: Medium large golf glove.

*clark53520 said: You should be fine with a mid-sized grip...i cant stand regular sized grips as my first set had mid-sized on them and thats waht i got used to. I take a large or xl glove depending on the model though

f*gjam said: Medium Large golf glove would definitely handle mid size grips. I have that golve size and always get my grips with at least two papers underneath. If I was in the market now I would get mid size grips for sure.

R*ckinMA said: only thing that matters with grip size is comfort - if you like it, try it - might work out nicely - if not, you can always go back

P* Jayhawk said: I usually wear a med~lg to lg glove and use Midsized grips. Although even the size of the glove is not always determinant on the finger length, that may be more in relation to a standard or the cadet glove that is made for people with shorter fingers. Even though hand size comes into play, it is more a matter of preference. I even have friends that wear cadet gloves that will use nothing but midsized grips. It could likely help with the arthritis, they are usually the first thing with arthritis in the hands consider. Not sure about the wrist though. If the grip is to big for your liking, you will probably notice you don't get the clubface closed as easily because it makes it harder to release and turn over the wrists (not sure how this will play with the arthritis, may be good, may be not so good). So something to look for is that if you notice a common fade turns to a slice, or a draw turns to a push, or simply ending up to the right for a RH golfer, you may consider the grip being part of the cause. For me, outside of the Midsized just being more comfortable and allowing me to grip lighter, at the time I switched I hit a draw that all to commonly would be a hook on a bad shot. The bigger grip instantly resulted in less of the bad hooks. Now if I swing a club with a normal grip, or when I buy a club and play it before regripping, I feel like I have to practically strangle the club just to hold onto the club making it almost impossible to hit the club well. When I got fitted the time before last, I went on the advice of the pro to go back to a normal grip. That lasted about 10-15 rounds of bad shots before having to regrip. The last time I got fitted, I said to go with a midsized grip and to not even bother checking. For me there is no going back to a smaller grip. edit 1 - you can go to Pings website and get an idea on a static fit based on hand measurements, but again, it is still matter of preference. Just do the fitting and make certain the hand measurement is correct, then see what grip it recommends.http://pinggolf.com/fitting/default.aspx edit 2 - BTW, it probably goes without saying that if you decide you like the midsized grips, it will likely be uncomfortable having clubs with different sized grips, so you should definitely consider changing the grips on you other clubs for consistent feel