Maintaining and cleaning your golf clubs regularly is the best way to make them last and allow you to save money on unnecessary grip changes. Cleaning your grips will also help you get the most out of your game.
Items you will need
- 1-gallon bucket
- Mild detergent
- Warm water
- Plastic scrub brush
Look at your golf grips and inspect them for any major problems like a rip or air bubble. In these cases, you will need to replace your grips instead of cleaning them.
Fill a bucket with warm water and mix in mild detergent. Dip a scrub brush into the water and scrub the grip.
Dip a rag into the soapy water and wipe the grip to remove any residue.
Take another rag and pour water (without soap) on it. Wipe the grips to remove the soap from your grip.
Wipe the grip dry with a clean, dry rag.