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    How much does regripping cost?

    Just looking into regripping all of my irons, possibly my woods as well, just looking into how much the cost were? I would add the higher branded grip

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    Golf Guru justsomeguy is on a distinguished road
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    About $3 per club + the cost of the grip. Many places offer 2-for-1 specials between January and March.

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    or you can go to Golfworks and get what you are looking for and PM "the saint" and I am sure he will look after you. He does all my grips (and reshafting, etc). and does a top notch job.
    I got a fever. And the only prescription is more golf equipment.

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    all the places here, you buy the grips from them they do it for free
    why not buy some from golfworks and do it urself

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlelefty View Post
    all the places here, you buy the grips from them they do it for free
    why not buy some from golfworks and do it urself
    Nothing is "free", they are simply selling you the grip for more than it costs.

    And with "free" you may get what you pay for ....

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    8 Iron littlelefty is on a distinguished road
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    well when golftowns charging 8$ a grip i expect them to put it on
    they dont give you any discount to buy them and take them home now do they?
    same with shafts, buy a shaft they will install it, no discount if you choose to do it
    therefore it is considered FREE
    either way id rather buy grip one grips from golfworks for a 1/4 of the price for golf prides and do it myself the way i want them, duct tape, masking tape, dual sided, grip

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    GT has a regripping special in January, grips are 1/2 price and they install for $1.00/grip, you cant miss
    Lefty Lucas
    I am abidextrous, I once golfed right-handed and now I shoot left-handed just as badly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leftylucas View Post
    GT has a regripping special in January, grips are 1/2 price and they install for $1.00/grip, you cant miss
    I'll do it for 0.75 all year round
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