5 Easy Steps To Replacing
Your Golf Grips
by John Bolt
Replacing your golf grips is like servicing your car; you
must do it on a very routine basis to keep them in top working
order. We suggest changing your grips at least once a season,
maybe even twice depending on where you live and how much
People think that you
must have your grips replaced professionally. This is incorrect
because it can get costly. Actually replacing your own golf
club grips is a really simple job. You will learn a lot about
your clubs and save you some money.
Below we will walk you through the quick simple steps to doing
the job yourself. But first there are a few things you will
1. New golf grips
2. Exacto or sharp knife
3. Double sided tape
4. Cleaning solvent
5. Work bench vice
Follow these quick easy steps:
1. Place the club in the work bench vice and tighten with
the grip being fully exposed. Take the exacto or sharp knife
and cut the grip from the shaft up to the end of club, cutting
away from your body.
2. Remove the old grip and clean the shaft of the club with
the cleaning solvent using an old rag or brush. Then dry the
club off completely.
3. Wrap the double sided tape down the shaft the length of
the grip. Make sure that portion of the shaft is completely
covered and remove the backing on the other side of the tape.
4. Pour some solvent over the tape. Line the grip up with
the club and slip it towards the head of the club. Remove
the club from the vice and place the head on the floor and
make the minor alignment adjustments.
5. Let grips dry for a few hours (3).
Give this a try; it is a very easy process and simple task
to do. It can be a great learning experience and a lot of
fun. It will help you learn a little more about your golf
clubs and save you some money. So get the things you need
and get busy.
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About The Author
John Bolt is the full time owner of GolfEquipmentSource.com.
He has been an avid golf nut since childhood. With years of
competitive experience under his belt, he understands the
importance of having properly fitted golf equipment. You can
visit him online at: http://www.golfequipmentsource.com.