Frequently Asked Questions

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How can I make my grips last longer?

To extend the life of your grips, we recommend cleaning your grips regularly to remove the oils and dirt which can build up with consistent use. You will want to use mild dish soap such as Dawn, water, a 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, pat dry with towel and let grips dry completely before use.

Where should I store my golf clubs?

We recommend storing them indoors or out of direct UV light. We discourage storing clubs in trunks of cars or in elements that change temperature drastically, such as your garage.

What are the benefits of regripping my clubs?

Installing new grips is important and can offer many benefits to your game. Check them out here.

How can I tell when it’s time to re-grip my clubs?

Besides use, there are a few environmental factors such as UV rays and dirt that can make your grips wear down. Check out this page to see some key indicators on wear and when it’s time for new grips.

How often should I re-grip my Swing or Putter grips?

It depends on how much you play, re-gripping once a year is a good base point. We recommend to change more often when you start to see wear patterns. The oils on your hands, sweat, dirt and even hot and cold temperatures can break down the rubber. So the more you play, the more you will need to re-grip. You may also need to re-grip your most used clubs more often than the entire set. Your driver or wedges may require more attention to keep you feeling connected with each swing. As for the putter, it is the most used grip in the back but is often overlooked for a refresh! We recommend checking for wear regularly and replacing the grip as needed based on the wear patterns. Check out this page for some common indicators of wear.