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How often do you change your golf grips?

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I have Winn Excel Grips and they appear to be getting worn down and they are not old at all (maybe 10 months). I don't use gloves when I play.

I am looking into changing mine but I may look for something relatively soft but still durable. I like Tour Velvets but I saw some new Golf Pride and Winn grips that may fit the bill.

How often do you change your golf grips?

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On the average 18 months to 28 months, the longest set lasted almost 10 years on one set of irons still tacky but getting easier to pull apart ( maybe that's why they don't make it any longer, it lasts forever ).
Currently, I have very good luck with the GP DD2, these are soft and into the second season still feel like new. We'll see how long these will last.

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I change my golf grips every year in April. As this is when is starts to get a little colder here in Sydney. I find that with cold early starts, a new grip is great!

If you are not wearing gloves, i would suggest something with some natural 'tack' such as the Lamkin Crosslines, Lamkin X-Dry and Golf Pride Tour Velvets

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Once a year plus or minus a few months. That's with a playing/practice schedule at least an 18 and a 9 once a week on average. More playing though equals less grip life. I get a little more out of the grips if the summer is cool like it was this year.

I use Winn G8's and slightly different care is needed for Winn's. You don't scrub Winn's or dunk them under the tap or in the sink. You either lightly clean them with a damp towel of water or isopropyl alcohol. I prefer using alcohol and the paper towels do get dirty so crud is coming off.

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