Every golf club must come with a grip. It is easy for your fingers to slip from metal bars, so the club needs a handle made from rubber or a similar material that is easy to clutch. Unfortunately, the grip itself will not last forever. As you keep using it over time, it may eventually wear down and start coming off. Whatever you do, you cannot leave it that way.
Fortunately, you do not need to shell out money on replacing an otherwise perfectly good club. You could always do golf club regripping. All you need is a good amount of double-sided tape — either solvent-based or water-activated. Once you cut out what remains of the old grip, wrap a few layers of the tape around the club's tip. You can find more detailed instructions by clicking the relevant links below.
Of course, we are not content to simply supply information. Here at Tacki-mac, you can find both types of tape for golf club regripping. Our high-quality products are ideal materials for a brand new grip, allowing you to resume your games without worry of losing your grasp. Feel free to explore our offerings below and read the instructions for using them properly. We are here to help you.