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How to Regrip for Less than $30 with Ethan Welsh

Ethan Welsh developed an affinity for repairing golf clubs while working at a golf shop. He’s taken his love for club work including grip installation to social media and is now helping other golfers learn the ins and outs of re-gripping your golf clubs. We’ve partnered with the rising TikTok star to show just how simple it is to create an at-home re-gripping setup for under $30.  

How to Regrip a Set of Clubs for Less Than $30

What you will need:

Total Spend: Under $30!

The prices above reflect the cost of the items at the time this article was published. Total cost does not include fresh Golf Pride grips.

MCC Plus4 Teams
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Tour Velvet Cord
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ZGRIP ALIGN
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Follow Ethan Welsh on Tik Tok and YouTube and check out more articles on Golf Pride’s The Grip Drawer for grip tips and instructions.

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