The Rosemark putter grip came into great prominence once it was put into play in 2015 by one of the best golfers on the planet, Lydia Ko. She won 2 Major Championships using the Rosemark grip, and 6 other events around the world. Rosemark grips have been on the putters of 3 Major Championship winners and have won on the PGA Tour (Russell Knox), PGA Champions Tour (Brandt Jobe), the LPGA and Symetra tours, and many other tours around the world.
Rosemark offers “tension free putting” for all golfers due to the unique patented shape which perfectly “maps” the golfer’s hand. Rosemark grips were created when Mark Cokewell, the CEO and Founder of Rosemark, wanted to create a putter grip that fit better in a golfers hand, with a more consistently squared set up, more control, and less tension. He mapped the hand using experts in biomechanics. He then also studied other sports and activities where a square, consistent grip is required, and started creating prototypes, with regular input from the worlds best teachers and players.
What Rosemark’s development team came up with was a truly revolutionary, yet pleasingly simple and intuitive, design. All Rosemark grips share the same patented and premium design of a beautifully textured, tapered shape in several sizes with multiple angles in a hexagon shape around the grip, which completely conform to the shape of a hand. Rosemark helps the golfer set up square and keep the putter head square at set up and during the stroke, with the same minimal grip pressure that the best players in the world use.