Scotty Cameron Circa 62

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How long the leather grip will last?
I have one and I am very concerned about the leather grip replacement as I am not in the USA and it will be very difficult for me to have it replaced.

Has anybody used this putter long enough to answer the question on how long the leather grip will last before require replacement? (obviously by normal use of practice and twice a week on the course)
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  • GxgolferGxgolfer Site Founder & Co-Owner SF Bay Area, CARules Official, Administrator  27118WRX Points: 461Posts: 27,118 Marshals
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    Its a gripmaster Leather putter grip. Wiping it down every so often will bring back the tack. It will probably out last the life of the putter or at least for as long as you keep it. image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':kewlpics:' />



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    Oh Thank you! Any particular product to suggest to wipe it with? Or just water would be fine?
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    Carlo wrote on Aug 9 2006, 11:25 PM:


    Oh Thank you! Any particular product to suggest to wipe it with? Or just water would be fine?




    Just use a clean damp towel, and a clean side to keep it dry. Works like a charm, nothing else needed.
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  • 7D2 7D2 Members  739WRX Points: 60Posts: 739 Golden Tee
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    my buddy has one and he has no problems with it
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  • LanglandsLanglands ScotlandMembers  2001WRX Points: 204Posts: 2,001 Platinum Tees
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    Mine lasted a fortnight - I removed it and put a Lamkin cord grip on instead - feels a million times better. image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':kewlpics:' />
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  • purk4presidentpurk4president PURK Kansas CityMembers  381WRX Points: 72Posts: 381 Greens
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    Mine felt slick from the beginning so I pulled it!!
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  • sehowelsehowel Members  32WRX Points: 55Posts: 32 Bunkers
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    I think the circa 62 to grip cannot compare to the original gripmaster leather stitchback. The gripmaster grip is head and shoulders better then the made for cameron circa 62 grip. The circa 62 grip,in my opinion, is slick and the gripmaster grip has a nice tacky feel.



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  • CarloCarlo Members  287WRX Points: 0Posts: 287
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    Now I am confused...

    It is a gripmaster or not? How could it last 15 Days???? Did you bite it?
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  • GxgolferGxgolfer Site Founder & Co-Owner SF Bay Area, CARules Official, Administrator  27118WRX Points: 461Posts: 27,118 Marshals
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    I believe the newest Circas have Baby Ts. The originals had stichback gripmasters. Wipeing them down with a damp cloth should have brought back the tackyness.
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  • sarg1948sarg1948 www.bestgrips.com Charter Members  90WRX Points: 0Posts: 90
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    The circa 62 is indeed a gripmaster. In order to accomodate the large amount of "bling" (so you can see the name on tv), the protac treatment was reduced from our standard processing.



    It is still a great grip and should give you years of service. Don't store it in the trunk, don't clean it with solvents, soaps or tonics just plain water. if you just need to do something, from time to time a bit of beeswax might help. Please, do not use this on our (gripmaster logoed) grips!



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  • MCCAMCCA Members  2879WRX Points: 145Posts: 2,879 Titanium Tees
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    I have the latest Circa in my hand and it's a leather grip.



    mcca
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  • yankees06yankees06 Members  1172WRX Points: 55Posts: 1,172 Platinum Tees
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    how long until the leather starts wearing off?
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    sarg1948 wrote on Aug 15 2006, 04:38 AM:


    The circa 62 is indeed a gripmaster. In order to accomodate the large amount of "bling" (so you can see the name on tv), the protac treatment was reduced from our standard processing.



    It is still a great grip and should give you years of service. Don't store it in the trunk, don't clean it with solvents, soaps or tonics just plain water. if you just need to do something, from time to time a bit of beeswax might help. Please, do not use this on our (gripmaster logoed) grips!



    Regards,

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    Thank you to the Sponsor!! I really love this grip and I was so concerned about it that... I was using a new glove to avoid the sweat of my hands ruin it...



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    What about the gold logos printed on the grip? will they disappear with time?



    Thank you
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  • wwpack7wwpack7 Members  24WRX Points: 0Posts: 24
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    I ordered one from Titleist a couple weeks ago and it came with the baby T grip. Kinda wish I had the leather one, but oh well.
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  • CarloCarlo Members  287WRX Points: 0Posts: 287
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    The Gripmaster Leather Grip on the Circa 62 is the most beautiful and comfortable Grip I have ever seen in my whole Golfing life!!! And now I am even more happy since Gripmaster confirmed that it will last for years with a bit of care!!



    I do not understand why Scotty Cameron has changed to the My Baby Grip, but I am lucky and happy to have the one with the leather Grip from Gripmaster.

    I love it!!
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  • MCCAMCCA Members  2879WRX Points: 145Posts: 2,879 Titanium Tees
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    Can then be blowen off then re-installed? I have a Circa on order that i have to cut down to 34"



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  • yankees06yankees06 Members  1172WRX Points: 55Posts: 1,172 Platinum Tees
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    the titleist website listing the black baby T as the stock grip now.
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    I personally love the GripMaster Redwood stitch back grip. I will be ordering 2 or 3 of these very soon.
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