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My putter is getting to the point where I should re-grip it, and I'm thinking I'll put a round grip on it. Is it the same process as putting a round grip on a non-putter? I have grips I like in my irons and woods that I think I'll install before too long in the putter.
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Originally Posted by TheBishop View Post

Just use plenty of solvent and eyeball it. You'll have plenty of working time to get it right. Easy breezy.
Yes, it really is that easy. You don`t need an alignment jig, just your eyeballs. The solvent takes a long time to dry, giving you plenty of time to adjust the the flat part to where it needs to be.
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Originally Posted by Shindig View Post

My putter is getting to the point where I should re-grip it, and I'm thinking I'll put a round grip on it. Is it the same process as putting a round grip on a non-putter?
Yes, nothing different. I use a heat gun to loosen the OEM tape, then a scraper tool. A paper towel soaked in acetone or kerosene helps remove residual bits of tape.
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