How Much Does It Cost To Regrip Golf Clubs?

If you are a lover of golf, you may occasionally need to get your clubs regripped. What does this mean? How do you get golf clubs regripped? How much does it cost? Find out here with our helpful regripping guide.

What Does It Mean to Regrip Golf Clubs?

Essentially, regripping a golf club means replacing the current grip on your club. This will need to be done occasionally. To do this, you are best hiring a professional.

Though it may be obvious to some, the grip is the end part of a golf club. This is where you will place your hands in order to swing the club. Typically, the grip is made out of rubber. While this material is durable, it will wear away eventually.

Why Do I Need to Regrip My Golf Clubs?

Over time, the grip on your golf clubs will begin to wear away. As a result, you will need to replace them. If you play golf a few times throughout the year, you should aim to get your clubs regripped roughly once a year.

The frequency with which you play will obviously have quite a substantial impact on the number of times your clubs need to be regripped. If you are a frequent golfer, the grips will probably need to be replaced quite regularly.

The way in which you hold the grip will also determine the length of time in between replacing grips. If your hand digs into the gold club, it may need to be regripped fairly commonly.

What Types of Golf Grip?

There are a few different types of golf club grips, but there are 3 main varieties. To achieve each of these grips, you will need to put your hands and fingers in different positions. Grips will have various advantages and disadvantages. These grips are:

Overlapping Grip

Nowadays, this is perhaps the most popular type of golf club grip. With this grip, your pinky finger is placed in between the index and middle fingers of the alternate hand. If you possess quite large hands, this may be the grip for you.

Interlocking Grip

This is the grip preferred by many famous golf players. To do this, you need to use the pinky finger to move your hands closer together. This will mean that your hands are interlocked. This will be an excellent grip for those with smaller hands.

10-Finger Grip

This grip is suited for novice golf players. It is very rarely used by professional golfers. As you may have guessed from the name, you use all of your fingers when using this grip. This grip can give you some powerful shots since you are using all of your fingers.

How Much Does It Cost?

The amount of money it will take to get your golf clubs regripped will depend on where you go, as some businesses will charge more for it than others.

Moreover, it will depend on what type of grip you are buying, as the prices of these will vary. As a rough guide, you are looking at spending approximately $10 per gold club. While this may not sound very expensive, it can be if you need to get your full set regripped.

Man Holding a Driver

This price will cover not only the materials needed to regrip your clubs but also the cost of labor. If you are looking for a cheaper alternative, you can regrip your clubs at home. However, this will be a more strenuous endeavor. In addition, grips are frequently sold in multipacks. As a result, you may end up with more grips than you need.

How To Regrip A Golf Club at Home?

It is not recommended that you regrip your golf club unless you are quite experienced with DIY. It will be much easier to get your clubs regripped by a professional.

However, if you are insistent on regripping your clubs by yourself, here is a set of easy-to-follow instructions:

  1. Firstly, hold your golf club in place. It is advised that you use a vice to do this. Do not tighten the vice too much. Otherwise, you may damage the club. If you are worried about this, you may want to use a rubber clamp. The vice should be located towards the end of the club, namely at the shaft before the grip.
  2. Next, you will need to get rid of the old and worn grip. The ease of this will depend on how damaged the current grip is. However, you will likely need a knife in order to do this. Safety warning: always cut in the direction that is away from yourself. Otherwise, you could injure yourself.
  3. Once you have sliced into the grip, it should be fairly easy to remove. This can be done by pulling the grip off with your hands.
  4. If there is tape underneath the grip, you will also need to peel this off. This can be quite a time-consuming process, so patience is recommended.
  5. Clean the end of your golf club with a cloth. This will remove any residue from the grip.
  6. Measure the length of the shaft on your club. This will allow you to identify how much replacement tape is needed. Cut the tape in the measurements that you need. Ideally, the tape should be the same size as the grip.
  7. Apply the tape, which ideally should be double-sided, onto the shaft of the golf club. Make sure that the tape covers the entirety of the space that the grip will take up. This includes the end of the shaft.
  8. Apply a solvent, such as mineral spirit, onto the tape. This will ensure that the grip sticks completely to the shaft. Be sure to use plenty of solvents to ensure adhesion.
  9. Install the new grip into the shaft. Ensure that it has been put in the correct position. You need to be quick with this step. If not, the solvent will dry without the grip in place.
  10. Enjoy your newly regripped golf club!

As you can see from this set of instructions, this task requires the use of a lot of specialist equipment. If you do not already own these items, it will likely be more expensive to regrip your golf clubs yourself than to take them to a professional. Consequently, this may not be the easiest path for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is It Worth The Cost Of Getting Golf Clubs Regripped?

Yes, the cost is worth it. This is because properly gripped clubs will be better for swinging. You will not need to apply loads of pressure to use them.

How Frequently Should I Regrip My Golf Clubs?

As mentioned, this will depend on how you use them. You should aim to do this roughly once a year. If not, you should regrip clubs whenever they feel worn out.


Though it might sound appealing to regrip golf clubs by yourself, it is quite a laborious and expensive process. Therefore, you should consider getting this done by people with more experience, expertise, and specialist equipment.

It is not very expensive to have your golf clubs regripped and can be really worth it when it comes to enhancing your game.

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