Maintaing Your Golf Grips

Do you ever get accused of putting a death grip on your golf club? Part of the reason many people hold the club too tightly is because they are using worn out or slick grips. Allowing for a few buckets of practice balls a week about 50 rounds of golf will be the normal life span for a set of grips.

At least once a month consider washing your grips with dish soap and warm water to help maintain a clean feel. Neglecting your grips can cause an increase in grip pressure and a variety of swing flaws. If you have a question about the condition of your grips come by and let us take a look.