This 1 piece of gear is popular with players on both Ryder Cup teams

Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth is one of the longest-running SuperStroke grip users on Tour.

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Even though the Ryder Cup is an event that can quickly create animosity between the two teams involved, the Americans and the Europeans have a lot more in common than they might like to admit, and one of those similarities can be found on the putting green with this specific piece of gear, one that many of them can agree on — putter grips.

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It really wasn’t that long ago that aftermarket grip options for putters were limited to only a few select shapes; either a pistol style with a smaller flat front section or a paddle style grip that is mostly the same but with a more pronounced flatter section under the top hand.

These grips came in a number of sizes and colors, but it wasn’t until SuperStroke came along that the world of putter grips was flipped on its head.

SuperStroke Putter Grips

Putter grips to fit any golfer and any stroke

Since the introduction of SuperStroke grips back in 2009, they have quickly established themselves as one of the leaders in the putter grip space with almost endless options for shape, size and taper. They have even expanded to the point of offering up limited-edition grips along with licensed products from the NFL, NHL, MLB and the NCAA.

Rory McIlroy's SuperStroke grip.
Rory McIlroy’s Euro team grip Golf.com

With half of the putter grips in play at the Ryder Cup coming from SuperStroke, here’s a look at the models used by each member of the U.S. and European teams.

Team USA

Sam Burns – Odyssey Winn Pistol

Patrick Cantlay – SuperStroke

Wyndham Clark – 17″ SuperStroke Zenergy Tour 3.0

Rickie Fowler – 17″ SuperStroke Zenergy Tour 3.0

Brian Harman – 15″ Winn Pistol

Max Homa – Scotty Cameron Cord

Brooks Koepka – Scotty Cameron Pistol

Collin Morikawa – SuperStroke Zenergy Tour 1.0

Xander Schauffele – SuperStroke Zenergy Tour 3.0

Scottie Scheffler – SuperStroke Zenergy Tour 2.0

Jordan Spieth – SuperStroke Traxion Flatso 1.0

Justin Thomas – SuperStroke Traxion Pistol GT

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Team Europe

Ludvig Aberg – Odyssey Winn Pistol

Matt Fitzpatrick – Bettinardi Winn Pistol

Tommy Fleetwood – SuperStroke 2.0

Tyrrell Hatton – Ping PP58

Nicolai Hojgaard – SuperStroke Flatso 1.0

Viktor Hovland – 15″ Winn Pistol

Shane Lowry – SuperStroke GT Pistol 1.0

Robert MacIntyre – Scotty Cameron Winn

Rory McIlroy – SuperStroke Traxioin Pistol GT Tour

Jon Rahm – Odyssey rubber Pistol

Justin Rose – Lamkin SinkFit

Sepp Straka – Odyssey Winn pistol

Ryan Barath

Golf.com Editor

Ryan Barath is GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com’s senior editor for equipment. He has an extensive club-fitting and -building background with more than 20 years of experience working with golfers of all skill levels, including PGA Tour players. Before joining the staff, he was the lead content strategist for Tour Experience Golf, in Toronto, Canada.

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