When Should I Re-Grip My Clubs - Lamkin Grips





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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2010

In this video, Bob Lamkin discusses when, and how often you should re-grip your golf clubs. Golf club regripping is an important, and often overlooked maintenance requirement. Worn, compressed grips require greater arm and shoulder tension to maintain adhesion, and lead to inaccurate and sub-optimal shots.

Players wondering how to change golf grips can view instructional videos on our channel.

Golf replacement grips can be ordered at www.lamkingrips.com.

[Video Transcript]

Well, the policy for re-gripping really varies, and not just how much you play. It's how much you practice and play. For those of us that play in less seasonal weather you're playing once a week, and you're hitting some golf balls, I would recommend if you're playing once a week and you're actually practicing, that you re-grip your clubs once a year.

For the people that are less seasonal, with our products you can probably play, maybe you can get away with once every two years. But I would recommend wholeheartedly not to let your grips go more than two seasons, and to re-grip the set in full so you have the same consistency and feel when you're re-gripping all your clubs at one time.

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