Welcome to Golf Grips Direct

Good golf grips are essential to your game. A Golf Grip should feel good in your hands. When a club is in your hands, you should feel confident and connected to the club head. Grips that are worn will slip and increase torque, which means less accurate shot making. New grips will give you the traction and tack you need to make better shots.


Most golfers don't realize that grips are relatively simple to change and the right grip can have an enormous impact on their ability to shoot lower scores.


Feel the grip. Smooth, hard surfaces are a dead giveaway that grips are past their prime. Read about more indicators of when it's time to re-grip


Re-gripping is an easy DIY job and does not have to be carried out by a professional, check out our regripping guide.

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Why, When and How to Regrip

This web site offers both practical advice on how and why you should re-grip along with a large range of grips and gripping products from the worlds most renowned manufacturers.

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Replacement Golf Club Grips

Have you considered replacing your golf club grips? It's an inexpensive way to breathe new life into your old clubs and perhaps even take some strokes off your game.

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Our Guides

We've written a wealth of guides to answer all of your questions about golf grips, from choosing between round and ribbed grips to how to measure your hands properly for a perfect fit.

Are My Grips Worn?

The Warning Signs of Wear – most signs that grips need changing are so obvious you can see them. Pick up a club and turn it in your hand. Inspect the grip on all sides. Signs of Wear to Look For Cracks Shiny patches Wear spots, especially where the thumbs make contact Faded or bare […]

Grip Size – Make Sure Your Next Golf Grip Fits

The proper grip size plays a significant role in a golfers’ ability to control the club and in turn, the ball flight. With a neutral (standard) grip size, the golfer can normally return the clubface square to the target at impact. If the grip is too large this can limit the players ability to release […]

Regripping Golf Clubs – A Simple DIY Guide

Regripping golf clubs is a simple process and has a number of benefits – particularly if you’ve never done it before. Golf grips that have a worn surface need to be gripped more tightly, negatively affecting your swing. Everyone’s hands are different and the stock grips that came attached to your clubs will not sit […]

Recent Articles

Check out the latest posts from the blog where you can find product reviews, news and techniques & drills to improve your game.

Grip Problems That Could Hinder Your Golf Swing

Everybody holds a golf club differently but there are a few common grip problems that many people face. Here’s a quick tip for the 3 most common ways that your grip might be hindering your golf swing.

Club Grip Drill: Square Up Your Club Face

One of the main issues with maintaining an effective golf club grip and keeping the club face square is your hands can turn freely and easily find themselves in all sorts of positions that over time can start to feel good. Once the habit of a bad grip starts setting in though it’s really hard […]

Putter Release – How to Release the Putter Properly

Getting a solid putter release is key to making successful shots on the green and has been a focus of PGA professionals for years, especially the likes of Steve Stricker and Tiger Woods. Most people start thinking about the putter releasing as the club passes the hands but that’s really not what happens.

Lamkin Grips for 2018 Revealed at the PGA Show

The PGA show hosts industry and PGA professionals and was held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando this year. The show attracted more than 40,000 golf industry professionals and here’s a glimpse at the Lamkin grips unveiled for the 2018 season.  Alongside the next iteration of the classic Players Cord (now featuring a slightly […]

Putting Grip – An Alternative Hold to Improve Feel

A common problem golfers face lies with their putting grip – when putting the right wrist breaks down on the backstroke, causing the putter face to open too much leading to inconsistency. One way to address this is to try an unconventional grip; put your right forefinger down the shaft to stabilise the wrist. If […]

Your Putter Grip Could Be The Problem With Your Putting Performance

One obvious reason to replace your putter grip is because you’re not finding consistent success with the putter. Rather than going out and spending a couple hundred hours practicing with a brand new putter (and the cost!) try regripping your putter to change the way your putter looks, the way it feels, the way it […]