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Changing Grips 4 years 10 months ago #103028

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KruzieGolf wrote:
How often does everyone change grips?
I'd say I change mine every 2 years or so
Driver - Titleist 913D2
3 Wood - RBZ Stage 2
Hybrid - Cobra Bio Cell
Irons - Wilson Staff FG Tour V6
Wedges - Titleist Vokey 54/58
Putter - Futura X7
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Changing Grips 4 years 10 months ago #103030

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KruzieGolf wrote:
How often does everyone change grips?

It depends on how often you play and the condition of your grips. I play 90-100 rounds per year and I like my grips to be tacky and in good condition, so I regrip in the spring and again in the fall. Last year I regripped 3 times because I changed the type of grips I wanted to use. I'm a bit of a grip snob but it's the only place where you actually touch the club and having tacky grips that feel good in my hands are a priority for me.
Driver: Callaway Rogue, UST V5 shaft
Fairway: Titleist 915f 15 degree
Hybrid: Titleist 915
Irons: Ping i200
Wedges: Vokey 56* PXG 60*
Putter: EVNRoll ER9
Ball: Snell My Tour Ball
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Changing Grips 4 years 10 months ago #103033

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tmvds wrote:
KruzieGolf wrote:
How often does everyone change grips?

It depends on how often you play and the condition of your grips. I play 90-100 rounds per year and I like my grips to be tacky and in good condition, so I regrip in the spring and again in the fall. Last year I regripped 3 times because I changed the type of grips I wanted to use. I'm a bit of a grip snob but it's the only place where you actually touch the club and having tacky grips that feel good in my hands are a priority for me.

I agree on having tacky grips. What grips do you play?
Driver: Titleist 913 D2
3W: Adams Tight Lie Titanium
Irons: Nike Vapor Pro Combo 5-Pw
54 Deg: Titleist Vorkey S5
58 Deg: Cleveland RTX 588
Putter: Taylormade Spider
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Changing Grips 4 years 10 months ago #103036

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I change my grips each spring, and maybe in the fall with clubs that I used the most. (i.e. Driver, Wedges, 9 iron usually 2 times a season). I have a friend that does all my grips for me, we sit in the Man Cave Garage watch sports drink beer, and talk golf as he changes my grips. He uses a heat gun to get tape off and then rubbing alcohol to clean the shaft from any stickiness left on it. He's usually done with them by the time we are done with our second beer within an hour. I go home and my wife always asks does it really take that long to change your grips, my response is 5 hours isn't long for 14 clubs. :whistle:
Driver - Tour Edge HL3
Woods - Callaway Fit XTreme 3 and 5 wood
Hybrid - Callaway RAZR X 4H / 5H Tour Edge HL3
Irons - Callaway XHOT 2 6-PW
Wedges - Cleveland RTX-1 52, 56, 60
Putter - SeeMore
Balls - OnCore Caliber / Srixon Q Star Tour
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Changing Grips 4 years 10 months ago #103037

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biggjonvic wrote:
I change my grips each spring, and maybe in the fall with clubs that I used the most. (i.e. Driver, Wedges, 9 iron usually 2 times a season). I have a friend that does all my grips for me, we sit in the Man Cave Garage watch sports drink beer, and talk golf as he changes my grips. He uses a heat gun to get tape off and then rubbing alcohol to clean the shaft from any stickiness left on it. He's usually done with them by the time we are done with our second beer within an hour. I go home and my wife always asks does it really take that long to change your grips, my response is 5 hours isn't long for 14 clubs. :whistle:

hahah that's great! She will never know! Once I get my man cave up and running I should start doing this with my buddies.
Driver: Titleist 913 D2
3W: Adams Tight Lie Titanium
Irons: Nike Vapor Pro Combo 5-Pw
54 Deg: Titleist Vorkey S5
58 Deg: Cleveland RTX 588
Putter: Taylormade Spider
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Changing Grips 4 years 10 months ago #103038

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bpfilms wrote:
tmvds wrote:
KruzieGolf wrote:
How often does everyone change grips?

It depends on how often you play and the condition of your grips. I play 90-100 rounds per year and I like my grips to be tacky and in good condition, so I regrip in the spring and again in the fall. Last year I regripped 3 times because I changed the type of grips I wanted to use. I'm a bit of a grip snob but it's the only place where you actually touch the club and having tacky grips that feel good in my hands are a priority for me.

I agree on having tacky grips. What grips do you play?

I've been using the Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G, which I like a lot: www.grips4less.com/collections/front-pag...de-mens-tour-wrap-2g

I threw one of the new MCC Plus4 on club just to try it out and I might be going to these in the near future but 9.59 per grip hurts a little.....www.golfpride.com/grips/mccplus4/
Driver: Callaway Rogue, UST V5 shaft
Fairway: Titleist 915f 15 degree
Hybrid: Titleist 915
Irons: Ping i200
Wedges: Vokey 56* PXG 60*
Putter: EVNRoll ER9
Ball: Snell My Tour Ball
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