- 1). Remove the club's grip, with a knife if need be. Remove any tape that remains on the shaft, and clean any tape residue using grip solvent and a piece of cloth.
Wrap double-sided tape around the shaft, from the end to the point where the grip will stop (see A).
- 3). Fill the little hole at the end of the new grip with a golf tee. Pour solvent into the open end of the grip. Cover the open end with your thumb and shake it to distribute the solvent.
Pour the solvent onto the taped area of the shaft, and slide the new grip onto the club (see B). Remove the golf tee from the end.
- 5). Make sure the grip is properly aligned. Let the grip dry for 6 to 10 hours.
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