WORLDWIDE GOLF SHOPS INSIDER

August / September 2017

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YOUR GAME ver.indd 1 12/1/1 ver.indd 1 12/1/1 ver.indd 1 12/1/1 ver.indd 1 12/1/1 New golf grips can make all the difference – here's what you need to know before you make a change GRIP IT AND RIP IT! g olfers who play regularly should consider re-gripping their clubs once a year, says Tom McMahon, a club repair specialist at Van's Golf Shop in Scottsdale, Arizona. Those who play less frequently can get new grips every three years, though any slick look or feel is a tell-tale sign that it's time to bring your clubs in. "The grip is your connection to the golf club, so they're very impor- tant," McMahon said. "A new set of grips can make your clubs feel brand new, and as older grips get worn out, it decreases the stability you have with your clubs. If you're not 100 percent in love with your clubs, re-gripping can maybe bring back the honeymoon phase." ›››

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