National Regripping Month
A consistent swing starts with your hands. A fresh set of golf grips is an inexpensive and fast way to bring a noticeable change to your game.
Golf grip materials age and wear as a function of time and use. Ozone, heat, dirt and oils from your hands naturally degrade your grips—regardless of how often you play. Generally, you should consider re-gripping your golf clubs once a year or every 40 rounds. Don't wait until your golf grips are hard and slick. Look for the signals you need to regrip.
Key signs of wear to look for include:
- Smooth, hard spots
- Wear spots, especially where your thumbs contact the grip
- Insufficient tack
Try re-gripping your clubs each spring, the "official" start of golf season. It's an easy way to make sure you're hitting the course fully prepared. Golf Galaxy and Golf Pride want to make sure you get the results you want. Take part in National Re-Gripping Month; get new golf grips to enhance your game this year.