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buying grips online.

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I'm looking to get my clubs regripped. i found that in the store there a little more then online, if i buy them online and go to the store will they put them on for me? thanks for the help.
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You can check with your local golf shop. Usually they will and they'll just charge you just the service or installation fee. I usually do the same since buying a set of grips online is cheaper than paying the retail price. But if I'm only regripping one club, I'll just go straight to the shop. There are a few shops that may include the installation at no charge if you buy the set with them. Again, it's best to ask them.

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Yes they will but they typically charge WAY more to install customer supplied grips than they do when you purchase the grips in-store. In my experience you can't win that game, now if you're willing to install the grip yourself...
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I recommend you buy PURE Grips: http://puregrips.com/ . You'll easily be able to install them yourself and they're great grips.

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how long do you think those grips will last? i play about twice a week maybe 3 times depending on work. i have looked at the golf pride multicoumpound. I was told those would last about a whole season ( 9 months) with the amount i play. thanks for the help.
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how long do you think those grips will last? i play about twice a week maybe 3 times depending on work.

i have looked at the golf pride multicoumpound. I was told those would last about a whole season ( 9 months) with the amount i play.

thanks for the help.

If you're referring to me, PURE Grips have a one-year guarantee, and the ones I've used will last several years.

Golf Pride Multicomps will not last you a whole season. They'll start to show signs of wear after your tenth round.

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how long do you think those grips will last? i play about twice a week maybe 3 times depending on work.

i have looked at the golf pride multicoumpound. I was told those would last about a whole season ( 9 months) with the amount i play.

thanks for the help.

If you're referring to me, PURE Grips have a one-year guarantee, and the ones I've used will last several years.

Golf Pride Multicomps will not last you a whole season. They'll start to show signs of wear after your tenth round.

FWIW, I've used the GP Multicomps exclusively for 3 years now.  I get about 100 rounds or so out of mine.

It's also worth noting that I don't practice much either though....

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FWIW, I've used the GP Multicomps exclusively for 3 years now.  I get about 100 rounds or so out of mine.

I don't know how. You must be okay with big wear spots where your thumbs go and stuff like that. Those things wear out like crazy.

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thank you. I think at this point its just depending on how much you want to spend. thanks
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FWIW, I've used the GP Multicomps exclusively for 3 years now.  I get about 100 rounds or so out of mine.

It's also worth noting that I don't practice much either though....

thank you. I think at this point its just depending on how much you want to spend. thanks

Check out "Medalist" grips, I just saw them at Golfsmith and on their online store. They have full cord grips for $2.49...

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