The Lamkin Crossline grip is one of the most popular golf grips of all time. Made from a remarkably durable synthetic rubber compound which offers a super soft feel. This long lasting material provides a consistent grip feel round after round.
Super soft feel time after time
Durable and long-lasting material
Consistent grip feel round after round
Distinctive, densely-spaced surface pattern
Incredible lateral traction for enhanced grip stability
Exceptional torsion control ensures greater control
FREE GRIP TAPE FEATURES
Premium ultra thin grip tape
Golf specific tape with less residue
Width 18mm x Length 50 Metres
Enough tape for 100 x golf clubs
STEP-BY-STEP REGRIPPING INSTRUCTIONS
The following supplies are needed:
1.PRO-GRIP DOUBLE SIDED GRIP TAPE
2.STANLEY KNIFE / BLADE
3.NEW GOLF GRIP
4.SOLVENT WHITE SPIRITS
5.RUBBER GLOVES TO PROTECT HANDS
6. TOWEL / CLOTH
STEP 1 – Remove the old grip with a Stanley blade Be sure to cut away from
yourself at all times. Peel or scrape off the old grip and grip tape.
Using a cloth and Mineral Spirits Grip Solvent, clean off the residue.
*If removing a grip from a graphite shaft be careful to avoid damage to the shaft
STEP 2 – Wrap your PRO-GRIP double sided grip tape in a spiral formation from
the top of the shaft to the point where the bottom of the grip will be on the shaft.
Remove the tape backing and cover the end of the shaft with extra tape.
STEP 3 – Cover the vent hole in the butt end with your finger or golf tee, and pour
a generous portion of Solvent such as white spirits inside the new grip. Close the
open end of the grip with your hand and shake to cover the entire inside of the grip.
STEP 4 – Pour the excess Mineral Spirits Grip Solvent (through the vent hole)
over the entire length of the two-sided tape. Apply generously. Use a tray to
catch excess Mineral Spirits Grip Solvent for use on other clubs.
STEP 5 – Place the grip over the shaft butt and Push the grip entirely onto
the club. Be sure to push it all the way down and align the grip as desired.
This must be done while the grip tape is still wet.
STEP 6 – Allow grips to dry for several hours before playing.