Frequently Asked Questions
How can I make grips last longer?
Grips can last longer with standard maintenance. Grips will naturally wear down from exposure to the elements and play. To extend the life of your grips, we recommend cleaning your grips throughout the season to remove oils and dirt that have built up. It is also recommended to store your clubs inside to avoid the weather or extreme temperatures, which can prematurely break down the rubber.
How do I clean golf grips?
To extend the life of your grips, we recommend cleaning your grips several times each season to remove the oils and dirt which can build up with consistent use. What do you need: Mild dish soap and water, soft scrub brush and a towel. Mix the soap in a bowl of warm water. Dip the scrub brush in the soapy water and scrub the grip on all sides. Rinse soap off grip and pat dry with towel and let grips dry before use.
Where should I store my golf clubs?
Store your golf clubs inside to extend the life of your grips. High or low temperatures can break down the rubber, so leaving your clubs outside or in a car trunk is not recommended.
How can I tell when it’s time to re-grip my clubs?
We recommend all players re-grip their clubs every year and more for frequent players. The oils on your hands, sweat, dirt, UV rays, temperature changes and other elements can all contribute to grip wear. Worn grips will become firmer than when you first installed them and lose their original tackiness. These effects can cause increase grip pressure which inhibits the correct wrist release. When your grips lose their tackiness the smallest club slippage can have a great impact on squaring your club face and lead to decrease in performance.