Installing PURE Grips
From our detailed installation video to our easy 10-step guide, you'll find all the information you need to install your new PURE Grips... and get to the course. Regripping your golf clubs couldn't be easier!
Zero Drying Time
PURE Grips installation requires zero drying time. And zero drying time means more time on the course. Get PURE Installation tools today and play more!
NO TAPE. NO SOLVENT.
That's right! PURE Grips require no adhesive tape or stinky solvents. Using our installation tools and air installs grips as securely as any adhesive tape! Check out our video by clicking "Watch Now" button or simply scroll down to view directly on this page.
1. Attach PURE Air Gun Kit (PURE Green Attachment and Air Gun) to compressor hose.
2. Secure club in vice with a club sleeve to avoid damaging shaft.
3. Remove old grip with a hook blade, if it’s not a PURE Grip. (Use care when using the blade, cut away from your body.) If removing a PURE Grip, simply blow off the grip using the PURE Air Gun Kit!
4. Remove / replace old tape (optional). We recommend blue painter’s tape for additional wraps and to place over the end of the shaft.
5. Place needle opening of PURE Green Attachment into the hole at the end of the grip.
6. Align your PURE Grip with the club shaft.
7. Using a small amount of air, expand the grip to fit over the shaft and gentlyapply forward pressure to guide the PURE Grip onto club shaft. NOTE: Squeezing your PURE Grip too hard will constrict the flow of air and cause difficulty in installation.
8. Once the grip is within 2-3 inches from the end of the club, give it one firm, final push with the PURE Air Gun Kit.
9. Align and stretch the grip to your desired length using a small amount of air.
10. Release the PURE Grip from vice and 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.