It started out as a solution for tennis players with slipping grip problems, but was quickly adopted by baseball and softball players who found that Gorilla Gold works like pine tar, but without the mess. From there, it made it to the football field and into the hands of QB’s and receivers. Before long, golfers started “tackifying” their grips with Gorilla Gold, and we’ve been told it’s the greatest wet weather invention since the umbrella. The top long drivers discovered Gold and started gripping and ripping like never before. Not long ago in Japan, an athlete using Gorilla Gold set the javelin record. Gymnasts in the U.S. have started applying it to their feet and hands. In South Africa, strongmen have put a lot of weight behind its gripping power. It’s used by basketball players in the Philippines, and lawn bowlers in Great Britain and Australia. For some, it’s become a welcome addiction to their game. For others, it’s meant the difference between winning and losing, and fun and frustration. No matter what game you play, Gorilla Gold will improve your grip on it.