Regripping Golf Clubs
Place the club’s shaft into a rubber shaft clamp, a few inches below the grip. Insert the clamp into a standard vise. Make sure the clubhead’s toe is pointing up, with the clubface square relative to the vise. Secure the club in the vise.
Remove the tape beneath the grip by hand, or with a utility knife (steel shaft) or plastic-edged scraper (graphite shaft). If the tape is difficult to remove, heat it with a hair dryer or heat gun. Apply mineral spirits with a washcloth or clean rag to remove any remaining residue, and then dry the club thoroughly with a towel or a dry cloth.
Measure a piece of new, double-sided grip tape. Make sure the tape is long enough to cover the entire grip area, add an extra 1/2 inch, then cut the tape off the roll.