Benefits of refurbished golf clubs

Most people who are even slightly serious about the game of golf will spend hundreds of hours practicing the sport. Time is spent on the driving range, on the putting green and during lessons trying to improve. However, these hours and efforts can be in vain if you don't take steps to maintain your golf clubs properly. Golf equipment can be expensive, but refurbishing your clubs is one of the most cost-effective ways to improve your clubs and game.

Benefits of refurbishing

The cost is the most apparent benefit of refurbishing your clubs rather than replacing them. You can replace the grips on your clubs for a fraction of the cost of buying a whole new set.

It's not easy to find clubs that satisfy you; it's a shame to consider replacing them just because of grip wear. If you replace your clubs, they are unlikely to feel and play the same, even if they are the same make and model. You are better off refurbishing rather than replacing your favourite clubs.

Of course, another benefit of replacing your golf club grips is improved feel, grip and control. A worn grip with less grip will allow the club to move around in your hands as you swing. It will significantly affect your performance, and only a refurbishment can eliminate these issues.


The most common grips types

Rubber, corded and synthetic grips are the most common grips.  Rubber and synthetic grips are the most common choices for the occasional golfer. However, if you play in wet areas or tend to have sweaty hands when you play, you may want to consider using a rope grip. Rope grips are infused with cotton thread to increase the resistance between your hands and the grip while wicking moisture away from your hands so the grip doesn't become slippery.


Time and money

Finally, regripping your clubs will save you a lot of time and can be done concisely.

If you have a do-it-yourself calendar, you can buy a grip set with replacement tools at SAPLIZE.COM. It won't cost you much money or time.

On average, you can reassemble a whole set of clubs for $30 to $50. Again, refurbishing your clubs will save you hundreds of dollars rather than replacing them.

We hope you don't waste your money and heart: spending countless hours practising your golf game, only to forget to maintain your golf equipment. Refurbishing your clubs is one of the most essential and cost-effective things you can do to give yourself the best chance of success every time you step on the course.