How to Re-Grip Your Clubs

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Step 2 Place the rubber pads in your vise. This is important—you can easily bend the shaft with even the slightest pressure from the vise.
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Step 4 Remove the grip from bottom to top by pulling the material away from you. It should unravel like the wrapper on a candy cane.
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Step 5 Place the club in the vise so that the toe points straight up and then tighten until secure. Don't over-tighten as this can damage the shaft.
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Step 6 Remove the old tape from the shaft. This can be a tedious task. You may have to use a straight razor to scrape off the old tape.
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Step 9 Peel the backing off of the other side of the double-sided tape.
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Step 10 Wrap the tape around the shaft while being careful not to create any lumps or folds. Use your palm to roll the tape under and over. Push the excess tape into the top of the shaft.
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Step 11 Apply grip solvent liberally to the tape. You want 100 percent surface-coverage.
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Step 13 Pour the excess solvent out of the grip and onto the tape.
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