It is recommended that golfers replace their grips every 40 to 60 rounds of golf or every year, whichever comes first. However, some golfers may need to replace their grips more frequently, depending on how often they play, how they store their clubs, and other factors that can affect the condition of the grips.

Over time, golf grips can become worn, slick, and lose their tackiness, affecting your swing and overall game. By regripping your clubs, you can ensure you're always using fresh, high-quality grips that provide maximum comfort, control, and consistency.

While some golfers may choose to have their clubs regripped by a professional, regripping at home can be an easy, cost-effective and convenient alternative. Check out the video below for step-by-step instructions on how to regrip your clubs at home.

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How to Regrip Your Club Grips