My PGA top 10 grip tips

Top 10 re-grip tips

If you hit the golf ball with slice spin (RH golfer), regrip your golf clubs with thinner / undersize grips, as this will encourage your hands to work quicker through impact.

If you hit the golf ball with hook spin to the left ( RH golfer ), re-grip your golf clubs with thicker / oversize golf grips, as this will encourage your hands to work slower through impact.

Make your golf grips oversize by adding extra layers of grip tape rather than buying midsize grips therefore you can get the perfect size.

Make your golf grips undersize by stretching your golf grips over grip tape. For advanced club fitters only, this method enables you to thin out standard sized golf grips so you can get he perfect size.

Make your golf grips oversize by adding extra layers of grip tape rather than buying midsize grips therefore you can get the perfect size.

Use the same style / model and size of golf grip for both woods and irons to maintain a consistent feel and size throughout the set.

In wet weather you may want to consider cord golf grips like our Combi™ or Revolution™ Cord. Or if you can keep your golf towel dry our Funky Golf Grips™ are very sticky when rubbed dry – especially if using a leather golf glove.

Serious golfers who play regularly should regrip their golf clubs at least once a year, preferably at the beginning of the season to give them the best chance of shooting their best scores.

You can not cover up worn slick golf grips with a leather golf glove alone. Leather golf gloves offer the best stick and traction when combined with new golf grips.

SAVE MONEY – Changing your golf grips makes your golf clubs feel brand new again, and is often a lot cheaper than buying a new set of clubs. Buying grips in bulk (9 or 13 or more) results in bigger savings.