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Golf Club Grip Replacement

What you need

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    • Place the golf club securely on a level table.

    • Using a blade or knife, cut a line through the grip.

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    • Remove the grip from the golf club shaft.

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    • Use the knife to take off any excess residue from the shaft of the club.

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    • Apply the double sided tape to the bare shaft in a spiral pattern.

    • Use the grip to determine how far up the shaft the tape needs to go.

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    • Remove the tape backing.

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    • Place a golf tee in the hole at the end of the golf grip.

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    • Pour a generous amount of adhesive into the opposite end of the grip.

    • Squeeze together the open end of the grip.

    • Lightly shake, in order to spread the adhesive within the grip.

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    • Over a bowl or container, pour adhesive in the grip onto the shaft of the golf club.

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    • Remove the tee from the back of the grip.

    • Push the grip onto the golf club shaft.

    • Ensure that the end of the grip is hitting the end of the shaft.

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    • Allow to dry at least 12 hours before use.

Conclusion

After allowing the club to properly dry, you will have a new grip to improve your swing at tee off.

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