Regripping is one of the most overlooked items in golf.
COMFORT, CONSISTENCY, AND DISTANCE CAN ALL BE IMPROVED WITH NEW GRIPS
Improperly sized grips, grips that aren't suited for certain weather conditions, grips that don't enhance playing ability, and grips that are simply worn-out and slick will negatively impact your game and cost you strokes.
WHY YOU SHOULD REGRIP?
- Replace stock "standard" size grips with a size that best matches the size of your hands.
- Select a material, texture, design and color that's best suited to your personal style, playing level, and weather conditions.
- Replace worn-out, slick grips that contribute to excessive grip tension and pressure.
WHEN SHOULD YOU REGRIP?
- Grips should be replaced every 40 rounds or every 30 rounds if you're spending a considerable amount of time at the practice range.
- Regardless of rounds played, a grip should always be replaced at the first sign of noticeable wear, including: Smooth, hard surfaces, Cracks, Shiny patches, Wear spots, especially where the thumbs make contact. Faded or bare spots on grips that have been painted or have logos. Complete loss of tack
- If the stock grips on your clubs aren't the right size, We offer Undersize, Standard, Midsize and Oversize grips in a number of styles and colors. If you aren't sure of your grip size, use our Grip Fitter chart to find out. Click the link below to get you started.
Credit; Lamkin and Golf Pride for provided info and pictures.