As golfers we all know that our grips play a big part in our performance on the course. So it is important to have well maintained, quality grips that will allow us to hit the ball cleanly every time. Unfortunately, grips deteriorate over time and will need to be replaced or regripped at some point. This is where regripping comes in, a great way to improve your club’s feel and performance.
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It is possible to regrip golf clubs cost a set of clubs yourself at home, which can save you some money. The first thing you will need is a set of new grips, these can be bought very cheaply online or at your local golf shop. You will also need a grip kit that contains tape and glue to help you with the process. These kits can cost between $12 and $25 and should include everything you need.
There are many different types of grips available these days, you can even find grips in your favourite team’s colours if you want to add a bit of flair to your golfing experience. These new grips can also come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit all golfers so you can find the perfect fit for you.
Once you have your new grips and kit the actual process of regripping your clubs can be done in a matter of minutes once you get the hang of it. There are some very good videos online that demonstrate the entire process so that you can do it correctly. If you are not comfortable or confident enough to do it yourself then it is definitely worth taking your clubs to a professional, although it will cost you a little more.