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With a handy (Innovative) English Flag magnetic ball marker on the top of each grip, you won't be left struggling to find a coin in your pocket to mark your ball.
These putter grips are the best in the market.
Add the innovative magnetic ball marker that slides in to a recess in to the top of the club, helps to makes these Putter grips the best there is.
If you have never regripped a club, we would recommend that you take your grip(s) to an experienced installer. Regripping is technique sensitive and it is common to ruin a grip or two during your first attempts at this process. If you have not regripped a club before, but feel you are up to the challenge, please follow the steps below.
Place a rubber sleeve on the upper third of the shaft. Orient your club face to be at ninety degrees to the floor, then gently tighten the vise. Attempt to twist or move the shaft to ensure it will not slip loose.
Using a utility knife (a hooked blade works best) cut from the bottom of the grip to the top end of the club. Always ensure you are cutting away from yourself to avoid injury. Remove the grip and use a razor blade or the utility knife to peel the tape away. Do not leave tape on the shaft. Removal of the remaining adhesive can facilitated by using grip solvent.
Gently dry the shaft and using your grip as a guide, measure out a piece of 2" double-sided grip tape approximately 1/2" shorter than the length of the grip. Place the tape on the shaft with a 1/4" overhang at the top of the shaft. Remove the tape backing, then gently wrap the edges around the shaft being careful not to leave any creases or bubbles. If you prefer a thicker grip, you may apply a second wrap of tape at this time.
Remove the ball marker from your putter grip, but leave the plastic wrap on the grip. Place a liberal amount of solvent into the grip, plug the hole at either end with a finger, then shake it to coat the inside of the grip. Lack of adequate solvent is a main cause of failure when installing grips, so don't be afraid to use lots. Take your finger off the large hole and allow the solvent to pour over the surface of the tape. Ensure copious solvent and good wetting of the tape surface. We advise that you place a drip tray underneath the shaft to catch the excess solvent.
Hold the grip parallel to the shaft and in one smooth motion slide the grip onto the shaft. Any tilting or angular pressure on the grip while installing can tear the underlisting and undermine the integrity of the grip.
Release the shaft from the vise and hold the club as if you were addressing a ball. Make sure the writing on the grip is lined up straight with the shaft and the grip is square to the club face.
Allow 24 hours with the ball marker off to allow for the solvent to evaporate and the adhesive to take hold on the grip.
Retractable BallZee Golf Ball Cleaner. UK Seller. Great wee accessory to help keep your ball clean. Clip it on to you bag or belt loops. Handy when you need it. Pull to use then let it zip back in to place. No need to go to your bag towel to clean your ball. Choose from six colours of retractable reel.
Putting mirrors enable you to practice keeping your head over the ball whilst putting. If your head is at an angle to the ball then your view of the putt will be at the same angle. Using the mirror help you to keep your had and eyes over the ball ensuring a more consistent putting stroke and alignment.
Folding Shoe Warmer / Dryer. Dries Shoes, Gloves, Socks. Wet shoes, simply place them on the dryer for 20 mins.Place gloves, shoes, socks on the fryer warmer to give them a heat before going out.Most items will be dry or toasty warm in just 20 mins.The dryer setting can go to 120 mins for really wet items.