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Need to buy some grips . . .

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I have an original Ping Anser putter, and an Odyssey White Hot 2-ball putter, and I need to cut them down and regrip them. How does someone find out the size of grips I need for the above putters?

Thanks,

Steve

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well, you can buy the original replacement Ping and Odyssey grips on ebay. and as far as i know the replacement grips being sold for those 2 putters would be the same size as the grips you just pulled off. thats what ive always done and ive never had a problem.

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I did the same thing with my Be. copper Answer. I found that at my local golf shop they had a new Karsten series grip, which is used on one of there new series of putter. The putter grip has a great feel and the color matches well with the head. It is gray and black with bronze highlights. I think that you should be alright if you go with any putter grip. Shape varies widely, from standard, mid and jumbo. There are also pistol style and traditional D style. If you want something of an interesting sort check out, http://www.thegripmasterusa.com/ You can get a nice leather grip for a little extra green.

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both .600"....I recommend Golfworks as a great place to get either factory replacements or "upgraded aftermarket" at very good prices.

If you plan on installing these yourself...and it sounds like this may be your first time....

Use LOTSA solvent...and make absolutely sure the flat side of the grip is aligned properly.

I know a lot of people try to "eyeball it" You need to be exact when installing these.

Feel free to email/PM me if ya want some tips on how to do it easily yourself.

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Thanks! I am thinking about the Fingerlock grips for my Anser . . . maybe a fatter grip will help my pathetic putting.

I slapped on Winn Jumbos on my Rife putters last season--late in the year. I love 'em. They have good feel, a little bigger, yes. . .but not what I would consider a jumbo. The SuperStroke, that's a jumbo to me.

They def. help me keep my wrists out of the putting equation.

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I am not doing these myself . . . yet. A buddy at work, who has been a clubsmith for years, is doing these first couple for me to show me how to regrip clubs.

Thanks, guys,

Steve

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