SuperStroke putter grips are difficult to remove, not only because of their thickness, but also because of the hard rubber base and tip. What is the best way to remove one?
If your not trying to save it, cut it off. But, since your asking, I am assuming you want to save it. It can be tough to save, but we do have success using one of our V-Groove Grip removers (VGGR or VGGRXL). The normal procedure for using these tools on a regular grip is shown in a video we have on our You Tube channel titled “Grip Saving”. Fast forward past the part using the pressurized Grip Remover (doesn’t work well on Super Stroke type grips). You will get a general idea on how to use the V-Groove tool. Sometimes, we will actually but the butt of the grip on the floor to get enough leverage to get the tool started inside the grip. Once you do, poor a little solvent inside the mouth of the grip and begin rotating the tool around the shaft and pushing it further down. Add more solvent as you progress and eventually the grip should break lose and you should be able to pull the grip off. You may need to put the shaft in a vise so that you can use both hands to pull the grip off.
Again, not the easiest thing to do. Hope this helps.