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  • Where to get putter grip replaced?

    Where can I get my putter grip replaced if I bring my own grip?
    Also, can they save my old putter grip without cutting it open? I might want to reuse my old putter grip one day.

  • #2
    LOL how much are you expecting to pay?

    Do you want fries with that?
    things change

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    • #3
      Try GolfTown. Old grip most likely can't be saved.

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      • #4
        GolfTown it's like $6 if you bring in your own grip. As for saving the old grip it's not worth their time to try and save it.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by bl8d View Post
          LOL how much are you expecting to pay?

          Do you want fries with that?
          Is that supposed to be funny ?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Airbum88 View Post
            Where can I get my putter grip replaced if I bring my own grip?
            Also, can they save my old putter grip without cutting it open? I might want to reuse my old putter grip one day.
            There are peeps on here that have suggested 'blowing' off old grips with an air gun/compressor setup if you have decided it is worth keeping and if it is doable in your circumstances. Perhaps someone will be able to help in that.

            Not an unreasonable question btw, imo.

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            • #7
              Depends on the grip, but I've had the guys at McMahon save grips many times.

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              • #8
                I can do that for ya

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                • #9
                  Go to any shop and let them cut the grip........... the price of grips are a fraction of Golf Equipment and Green Fees. I don't think you're saving much $$$$ relatively speaking. Unless it's sentimental like your late grandma bought the grip for you.

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                  • #10
                    FWIW, the main guy at The Golf Gallery salvaged the grip on my putter when I had him shorten the shaft.

                    The only reason that I salvaged the original grip was because I could not find anything I liked to replace it.

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                    • #11
                      FWIW I bought one of these at Golftown a few years ago for about $22. Just pulled an Odyssey grip yesterday to put a Superstroke on for a buddy. I'll use the Odyssey if I sell a putter and save the good grip. This method, with solvent, works about 90% of the time. Air gun doesn't work for me.

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                      • #12
                        Jeff Swain at Modern Golf saved my Scotty grip and put on a SuperStroke.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by MichaelR View Post



                          Not an unreasonable question btw, imo.

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                          I agree. There have been times when I wanted to try a specific grip for better feel, but felt it was worse so I had the original grip put back on.

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                          • #14
                            Do a grip fitting. I try more then 20 styles in my fit

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                            • #15
                              Putter grips are very easy to save. You just need to know what you are doing. They are much thicker than regular grips. It actually takes me less time to blow off a putter grip than to cut it off so yes, you can have fries with it. Lol

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