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Changing Grips 4 years 11 months ago #103039

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I forgot to add.... if you want to avoid changing grips and get your current grips back to feeling nice and tacky, you can try this product called Bleche Wite, it's for tires according to their verbiage but a clubfitter I know turned me on to the product and it works great, you can get a lot more life out of your current grips by cleaning them with this every couple of months or so.
www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=blech...f=pd_sl_5uzofeaamj_b
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Changing Grips 4 years 11 months ago #103040

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tmvds wrote:
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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?

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/

The Golf pride Tour wraps are what came on my set of Vapor pro combos. I like them a lot.
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54 Deg: Titleist Vorkey S5
58 Deg: Cleveland RTX 588
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Changing Grips 4 years 11 months ago #103043

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I am like the rest, normally in the spring and fall I will change my grips. Never thought about drinking beer as I change those grips, guess with my clumsiness I would probably slice off a digit.
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Just got a new set of DTX Puregrips and love don't have to bother with tape and solvent anymore!!
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Re:Changing Grips 4 years 11 months ago #103066

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johndeere10 wrote:
Just got a new set of DTX Puregrips and love don't have to bother with tape and solvent anymore!!
They have been my grip of choice for sometime. Easy installation!



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J40 445 9.5* w/ AD-Di 6s
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MulliganAgain wrote:
Heat gun.
Knife and Peel.
Then clean up with a rag soaked in rubbing alcohol to remove the excess stickiness.

Boom Like this tip !
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