Regripping a putter, driver, or irons?
Regrip in minutes
Regripping your golf clubs couldn't be easier with PURE Grips! Not only will you get more time on the course, you'll be playing "The World's Premium Golf Grips" Made in the USA. View our video on how to regrip or read through our regripping FAQs.
COST TO REGRIP
Regripping with PURE Grips is very economical, especially if you already own a compressor and an air gun! The PURE Green Attachment is less than $10 and fits any standard air compressor attachments. If you need an air gun and attachment, you can purchase the PURE Air Gun Kit (which includes the PURE Green Attachment) for $29.99!
The price to regrip golf clubs will vary. But typically, regripping by a club fitter, pro shop, or big box store will range $2-4 per grip. We recommend checking with your local golf store for pricing.
TIME TO REGRIP
Regripping with PURE Grips takes minutes and will get you to the course with NO downtime. If it is your first time regripping with PURE Grips, expect the process to take a little bit longer, not because installing PURE Grips is time consuming, but because it takes time to clean off that old tape and solvent. Check out our How To Regrip video to see how easy it is!
Typically regripping using the traditional tape and solvent method will take 1-2 days. That’s a long time to be without your clubs (and off the course)! Regripping with PURE Grips will take approximately 15-20 minutes depending upon the number of grips. And the best part…you can play immediately after regripping because PURE Grips requires NO drying time!
When to Regrip
Most golfers replace their grips and regrip yearly at a minimum...especially if they’re not playing PURE Grips! If you are playing PURE Grips, you don’t need to regrip for 100 USGA rounds.
A majority of other golf grip manufacturers recommend regripping once a year or more if you’re an avid player.
Zero Drying Time
More Course time
Since regripping PURE Grips doesn't require any tape or solvent you'll get more time where it counts... on the course. Install and immediately head to the course.
We recommend an air compressor with 50 psi. According to our customers, the Craftsman 6-Gallon Single Stage Portable Electric Pancake Air Compressor is the best.
Blue Painter's Tape
A 0.7 inch blue painter’s tape can help you build up your club and protect the end of the shaft. Here’s a blue painter’s tape that can help you get the desired size.