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The GolfWorks V-Groove Grip Remover

The GolfWorks V-Groove Grip Remover

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V-Groove Grip Remover $20.99 In Stock
V-Groove XL Grip Remover (20") $29.99 In Stock
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The GolfWorks V-Groove Grip Remover
A great tool for removing grips. The v-shape provides a channel to funnel solvent to where you need it most, loosening the tape, and it also strengthens the tool to give you some leverage to work the grip loose. If you are removing the grip to butt trim or extend the shaft, you can re-use the grip after using this tool.

Simply fold back the lip on the grip and slide the tool underneath. Pour a bit of solvent in the groove as you work up and around the grip. A little bit of patience will go along way as you let the solvent do its work.

Note: The V-Groove Grip Remover may not work well with cord grips or Winn grips, grips that have underlistings or grips that do not stretch a bit.

The GolfWorks V-Groove Grip Remover is rated 4.7576 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Tool This is a must for anyone who works on golf clubs. It removes grips very easily, even the largest Winn 1.60 putter grips. Simply push it underneath the grip and add some solvent under the grip then work the tool around the shaft and continue to push it towards the end of the grip while adding solvent occasionally. Then the grip will just pull off (just leave the tool in place until the grip is completely removed) and is undamaged. It's a great way to preserve a grip if you'd like to reuse it later or if you're deciding on a putter grip and want to change them out during the season. There are no drawbacks to this tool
Date published: 2015-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Tool I've been doing amateur club repair for 30 yrs. and don't know why I never bought this before. In the span of 20 minutes I removed a Scotty Cameron Pistolini grip, Super Stroke 2.0 Midslim and a Winn type Mamiya grip saving me $60 in replacement grips. Review by Rouseman is right on. For me keeping the tool inside the grip when I hit the butt end and the grip was free and holding it securely while a buddy twisted and pulled the shaft out, rather than twisting the grip. Great product that already paid for itself 3 times over.
Date published: 2014-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Suggeswted modofications After puncturing a Winn Lite grip I filed down the tip to sharpen it and round it off making it much easier to insert and work downward. It's also easier with the V facing away from the shaft, which does not appear to be the way you intended it. Suggest also putting some curvature on the blade to conform to the shaft diameter and/or tapering the edges to make them thinner. I've been using letter openers and barbeque skewers for yeas to take grips off. This device is much easier but could be improved with a couple of tweaks.
Date published: 2014-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fast & effective After removing a couple of grips, I started to insert the tool first on one side of the shaft, then the other side, each time with a couple of squirts of solvent. Grips came off in minutes by twisting and pulling. Saved a full set of grips. This tool pays for itself each time.
Date published: 2012-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect tool that every golfer should have The easy way to remove a grip is to use a hook knife blade and slice it off, but if one desires to keep the grip or to swap them around, this V-Groove tool is an outstanding addition. I simply slide the tip into the grip, spray some solvent and work it around the shaft. I might even try this for my motorcycle grips in the future. It does not damage or stretch the grip, but be sure to use plenty of lube and work slowly.
Date published: 2013-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tool This tool makes it simple to remove grips and reuse them.Very easy to use.
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Removed three grips in about 5 minutes Got this just today. Took it to the workshop just to try it out. Next thing I know I have three grips done. A little solvent, a little elbow grease and I have three clubs ready for the new grips. Amazing what the proper tool can do for a job. Easy to use. Only experience with grip removal before this was a video on youtube.
Date published: 2014-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Great For Me I used this tool for the first time today. Just a small amount of grip solvent fed down into the grip allowed this tool to gradually slide down toward the butt of the grip. Regripping my irons with the same OEM grips will save me $40+.
Date published: 2011-10-25
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which is reg and which is xl

Asked by: elwood
VGGR is the standard one and VGGRXL is the extra long one.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-25

Can the V-Tool successfully remove Super Stroke putter grips? ?If so, are there are tricks or tips when removing them? Thank you!

Asked by: tagman55
I have used the V-Groove Tool for removing Super Stroke putter grips. The hard part can be getting the V-Groove Tool started under the grip but with a little patients it can be done. You may need to use a little more solvent. Other then that there are no real tricks or tips it works the same as it does with other grips.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-28

Used the tool. ?Still leaves some tape excess in the grip that is wet with solvent. ?Does this have to come out? ?If so how?

Asked by: Littlegolfnut
There is always a chance that some tape will stay inside the grip. Yes you do want to get the tape out of the grip or it will effect the size or create a raised area or bump. We use the Grip Bore Cleaner to remove the tape from the inside of the grip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-18

how long is the blade? need to remove 15 inch grip

Asked by: england
The blade is 11 1/4" long but you still should be able to remove a 15" grip. We have done it here. We are working with a longer version of this tool for the longer grips and hopefully will have it soon.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-04

How long is the delay on the backorder?

Asked by: JYDJYD
The expected delivery date is 5-29-15.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-05-20

trying to remove a 17" Super Stroke grip. ?Is this long enough to work?

Asked by: zakkaman
We have been able to use the V-Groove tool for removing the longer putter grips. It will not reach the entire length of the grip but generally the solvent will work it's was down through the grip. We are looking at possibly making a longer version because of the longer putter grips.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-03

Trying to remove and reuse oversized Lampkin grips so they won't stretch much will this tool still do the job?

Asked by: JimmyD
The VGGR will work for removing oversize grips. If proper technique is used, the grips should come off without stretching.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-05-03
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