Avon Chamois Grips - Black / Gold

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Avon Chamois - An Avon Classic For Over 2 Decades

A true golf grip classic - used by thousands of golfers worldwide.  The original Avon Chamois golf grip design with its innovative Air-Cushioned Absorption System (ACAS) continues to set the golf grip standard in comfort and control for over two decades.  The Avon Chamois has a soft supple feel that is preferred by golfers in need of arthritic relief.

Standard Avon Chamois golf grips are available in 8 colours: Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Orange, Purple, Red and Yellow.

Golf Grip Specifications

0.580 Round
Black / Gold


Customers who liked this product said...

  • 5
    Great product, great service

    Posted by William Russell on 27th Dec 2017

    The headline says it all.

  • 5
    Still a wonderful grip

    Posted by Geoff B on 13th Sep 2014

    Great looking grips and very comfortable. Still one of the best products on the market even after 20+ years. Quality never goes out of fashion.

  • 5
    Quality grips

    Posted by John on 13th May 2014

    If you are looking for a grip that helps with sore joints (arthritis) these grips are for you, first class product.

  • 5
    Excellent grips

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Jan 2014

    I've used Avon Chamois grips for many years. Having bought some new clubs two years ago which did not have Avon Chamois installed, I now need to regrip and have gone back to Avon Chamois. They provide a nice dry tacky grip which is a bit softer and not abrasive. Also very important is that when I play and practise 4 or 5 times a week using more conventional harder grips, my finger joints get sore and stiff. The Avon Chamois grips help alleviate that.

  • 5
    The grips the Pros do not like you to have.

    Posted by Ron Williams on 20th Apr 2013

    Chamois grips seem to be everlasting and very comfortable in use. If I wash these grips a couple of times a year they stay tacky and last for several years much to the chagrin of the pros.