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Take Pride in your grips with all new MCC Teams collection

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First revealed in January, Golf Pride is expanding its popular MCC family of hybrid grips with the new MCC Teams collection.

Now available to purchase from authorised retailers worldwide, the MCC Teams collection boasts 15 unique colour combinations to choose from, allowing golfers to represent their favourite sports team every time they take to the course.

The MCC is the #1 Grip Series Worldwide and has been used by both amateurs and professionals to win over 250 times on Tour. The patented multi-compound design fuses the positive performance of rubber and cord for the ultimate in feel and responsiveness while providing an opportunity for golfers to demonstrate their passion for their sports team through unique styling.

“The MCC Teams grips are an extremely exciting collection that will enable sports fans across the globe to show their support and passion for their team every time they grip the golf club”, said Bruce Miller, Product Manager, Golf Pride.

“Available now, this latest addition to the MCC family maintains the same high-level performance and quality that the multi-compound design has consistently delivered to win over 20 major championships.”

The MCC Teams grips are available in both standard size and midsize and feature a price of €14.50 and €16.00 respectively. MCC Teams are now available at retail in standard size and midsize in July 2020.

With many golf shops back open following the outbreak of Covid-19, golfers can now speak to their local professional or authorised Golf Pride retailer about their favourite colour combination today. Golf Pride are also giving golfers the opportunity to help select the next MCC Teams colours by heading to www.GolfPride.com/mcc-teams.

For more information on the MCC Teams collection and the entire Golf Pride 2020 product offering, visit www.GolfPride.com.

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