Frequently asked questions on re-gripping & repairs
How often should I have my clubs re-gripped?
As a general rule, clubs should be re-gripped about once a year or every 40 rounds.
How important is the size and taper of the grip?
The size and taper of the grip will directly influence your grip pressure, how you align your hands on the grip, and how you deliver the club face to the ball. I’ll measure your hands and guide you through the selection process.
How long does it take to have my clubs re-gripped?
Quite often I can re-grip your clubs while you wait, just make an appointment. You can also leave your clubs at Goose Creek and pick them up on your next visit.
How much does it cost to have my grips custom sized?
I charge $3.00 to remove your old grip and install your new grip. There is no charge to build your grips to a custom taper or size. I believe all golfers should play with properly fit grips and there is no reason not to.
Can you adjust the specifications of my current putter?
I can alter the shaft length and re-grip any putter. On most putters I can also adjust the loft and lie-angle. All golfers should play with a properly fit putter, it’s the most used club in the bag!
Can you adjust the lie-angles and lofts of my irons?
I have 2 Loft and Lie machines and can make adjustments to almost any set of irons.
What adjustments can you make to my current driver?
If you have an adjustable driver, I can help you determine the most effective setting. I can also cut or extend the shaft length, install a new shaft, or install a new grip. Very often my customers discover they don’t need a new driver or shaft, they just need to make a few adjustments to the driver they already have.
How long does it take to re-shaft a golf club?
If I have the shaft in stock, it generally takes one day. If it’s an emergency, I can do it in an hour. If I have to order the shaft, it might take 2 or 3 days.