The GolfWorks V-Groove Grip Remover

The GolfWorks V-Groove Grip Remover


V-Groove Grip Remover
$20.99
In Stock
V-Groove XL Grip Remover (20")
$29.99
In Stock

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 4.7 out of 5 by 78.
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 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 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 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 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 Great product This is a great product, once you figure out how to use it. As you insert the tool between the grip and the shaft adding solvent, you twist the haldle of the tool, which will rotate the tool around the shaft and you gradually go further down the grip, adding solvent as the tool goes deeper toward the button end of the grip.
Date published: 2016-03-28
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 Works well but I bought the wrong one I bought the longer one for some reason and wish I got the regular one. I don't think you would need the 20" one unless you need to remove long putter grips. It does work well however, you just have to be patient and use enough solvent while being careful of not overstretching the mouth of the grip.
Date published: 2016-02-14
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1st Question: Does this v groove tool fit over most shafts under the grips and does it work better than a straight blade removal tool? 2nd Question: Does your tape renal tool work well on graphite shafts without removing shaft material?

Asked by: Rick
Just sharing a trick, I use on graphite shafts with the grip tape stripper. Keep the tool clean, it will help you prevent gouges in the finish coating of the shafts. That may sound obvious but as you work through a set of clubs you get bits and pieces of tape and crud that mispositions your blade. I keep two tools in a narrow tall jar of grip solvent so the blades stay moist. The wife says it looks like her father’s barbershop comb jar. Since the blades stay moistened with solvent it helps cut the adhesive putting less pressure on the coating.
Answered by: JFraser
Date published: 2017-04-07

Can u use this for superstroke putter grips??

Asked by: Wyatt
The VGGR can be used with Super Stroke putter grips, but it is more of a challenge simply due to the construction of the grip. The core of the grip is a little less pliable than standard rubber grips. However, we do use it successfully on Super Strokes. I would suggest also having a Grip Bore Cleaner (GBCT). The tape tends to stay in the grip on Super Strokes when removing with the VGGR and the brush works well in cleaning out the tape residue inside the grip.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-21

I note the prices quoted in Malaysian Ringgit as my address is in Malaysia. Do these prices include postage for V-groove Grip Remover. Also, can I pay using Paypal using my UK Pounds or USD accounts. Thanks & Regards.

Asked by: Les
You will need to contact our International Trade Accounts Manager, Donna Ours, at dours@golfworks.com and she can answer all these questions for you.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-20

Will the tool work well with Golf Pride Tour Velvet grips and VDR grips?

Asked by: Daivd
Yes it can work well with both of these grips.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-11

I have the Dynacraft version of this. It works great but it tends to stretch the Super Stroke grips a bit. When I reinstalled it I had to use extra tape before I installed it again. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Never had a problem with other grips.

Asked by: gary3aces
It can be quite common for Super Stroke grips to fit loose at the bottom especially if the putter has been cut to a shorter length. I always use a pair of calipers and measure the opening at the bottom of the grip and transfer that measurement to the shaft where the bottom of the grip will line up. If the shaft size is smaller I use build up tape to build up the shaft so that the bottom of the grip will not fit loose.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-10-14

Hello, For many years I have only used water activated grip tape. Will I use water as the solvent with this tool or should I be using a grip solvent? Thanks, Ray.

Asked by: RNT
Grip Solvent will definitely work. If you use water try adding a little dish washing soap to make it a little more slippery. It should work better then plain water.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-08

Is there somewhere to look to see how to use this tool properly?

Asked by: Slick
There is a YouTube video that shows a gentleman using the exact same tool to easily remove a grip. The only difference is the name: they call it the Dynacraft Blade Style Grip Remover. It's a very simple, clear and easy video to follow. See it here, just copy, paste and go: https://youtu.be/yHo4l6FYhkE
Answered by: sabr686
Date published: 2016-04-16

which is reg and which is xl

Asked by: elwood
VGGR is the standard one and VGGRXL is the extra long one. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_VGGR http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_VGGRXL
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-25
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