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Looking to get all my clubs apart from putter re-gripped. Any preferences? Best bang for your buck? I currently just have stock grips and they are starting to wear. I know most use Golf Pride grips and there are also Winn Dri-Tac. Any preferences? They even make a difference?

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You'll see many here like the PURE grips, including me. They are made without any unnecessary polymers that seem to make other grips wear out faster. I would stay away from Winn grips unless you like to regrip twice a year...
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You'll see many here like the PURE grips, including me. They are made without any unnecessary polymers that seem to make other grips wear out faster.

How long do PURE grips last?

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Pure pro grips are amazing. If you buy the kit you can even install them yourself. Its supper easy and they have a pretty big selection of colors.
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Guaranteed for a year. Last much longer than that in my experience.

Absolutely. Going on 2 years for me. I'm only changing mine because some of the current options weren't available the first time around...

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Huh, and they aren't significantly more expensive than most other grips either. Probably even cheaper when we account for how long they last. How much for the proprietary installation tools? I'm thinking I might switch to them, especially after my recent mishap with applying a traditional grip (I probably won't make that particular mistake again).
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Huh, and they aren't significantly more expensive than most other grips either. Probably even cheaper when we account for how long they last. How much for the proprietary installation tools? I'm thinking I might switch to them, especially after my recent mishap with applying a traditional grip (I probably won't make that particular mistake again).

$35 or so. Plus an air compressor. I'll never pay someone to install grips again. Or use tape and solvents.

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I currently have pure pros on my driver and 60* and love them. I think golf pride ndmc are the best grips but destroy hands and gloves all in all, pure is the way to go
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I'm gonna get Pure grip kit on ebay....pretty easy installation?

Totally. Watch the how-tos online and make sure to use short bursts of air...

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I need to check those PURE grips out I reckon.

I always use Lamkin Crosslines. Last ok and are very comfortable to me as I usually go gloveless.

Fresh grips are one of the greatest little pleasures in golf.

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I had Dick's install the Golf Pride Niion Orange/White grips to my entire bag this past April - was gonna do it myself but they were running promo, 10+ clubs and free installation.  So I did it.  They did a good job and I am pleased with the grips.  I chose the bright orange/white simply because I wanted loud grips, lol.

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I had the orange Niions on my club last season. Great grips in my opinion. I went with tour velvet 360 on all clubs this season. So far so good. My favorite grips were the red VDR grips.
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