How To Replace A Worn Out Golf Grip
Knowing how to replace a worn out golf grip can save you time and money. A firm grip on the club is important and can affect the golfers swing. If a golf club is used often then the grip may get worn out.. Rather than buying a new club or playing with a different one, you can replace it yourself with a few tools and a little time. The result will be a brand new fresh grip on your trusty golf club. The process is not very difficult and anyone can do it, it is also not very expensive. Learn how to replace a worn out golf grip and you’ll never have to worry about swapping out your trusty old club for a different one.
To replace a worn out golf club you will need:
- A sharp Knife
- Paint Thinner or Golf Grip Solvent
- A vice
- Double sided grip tape
- New grip
- Remove the old grip. If it is loose enough this can be done by simply pulling it off, if not then use the knife to cut it off.
- Wipe down the area where the grip was with the solvent or the thinner. Clean any remaining residue from the grip.
- Place the golf club in the vice and make sure it is secure.
- Place the double sided tape on the area where the new grip will go.
- Cover the tape with solvent
- Slip the grip onto the club pushing towards the head of the club.
- Once grip is in place, let it dry for six hours.