Re: How often do you change your grips?There is no "right" grip, and there is no set time to change grips. The grips you use and the amount you use them determine when to change them. I use Lamkin Crosslines, and hit about 700 balls a week, but the Lamkins are so durable, they only need to be changed once every year and a half. Golf Pride grips last a little less, maybe 9 months to a year. Winns don't last at all, maybe a few months at best.
Cord grips wear out very fast compared to solid rubber grips, as the little cords seem to get slippery fast. Wrapped grips don't last as long either, because they get smooth. The grips with little indentions like Tour Velvet and Crossline last the longest. I would recommend you change your grips when you feel like you need to hold the club firmly to keep control. Before you change them, though, try washing them in soapy water, and if that fails, take some sandpaper to them (rubber grips only).