How to Repair a Golf Club

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Repairing a golf club can be a tedious process, and either requires replacing the damaged part or taking the club apart. Repair your golf club with tips from a professional golf instructor in this free video on golf.

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Video Transcript

Hello, my name is Conan Elliot and I'm director of instruction here at Camas Meadows Golf Club in Camas, Washington. Today we're going to talk about how to repair a golf club. Wow, this could take hours, its just about like your car. What's wrong with it? That's how your repair it, you ether replace the part or you have to take it apart and put it back together. For example, a lot of times in golf clubs, just the shaft comes loose, all they are is epoxied in a shaft is literally just epoxied in to the head of the club, so a lot of times that just comes loose in there and you see the shaft will be twisted or the ferrule will be up a little bit, that's a very minor repair where we just heat it up a little bit, take it apart, clean it and literally re-glue it back in to the shaft, very minor repair, easy to do, the same with the ferrule when it gets loose we literally put a little epoxy in there, shove it back down goes and we get it done. Now face has got a nick in it, shaft head is cracked, neck is cracked, shaft is broken, we need new parts, so it has to come apart and then we have to put that new part in. A lot of times is you boughten your clubs within the last year that club should be literally be sent back to the manufacturer, as almost all companies will guarantee a club at least for a year, if its been outside of a year, most of the time they'll repair it at a very, very reasonable rate and send that club back or there are repair shops at most of your golf courses, like I repair golf clubs here continuously, most of your stores that sell golf clubs have repair departments, almost all companies that make golf clubs also have repair departments. So consider whether its minor or major, if its a major break an experts going to have to do it, if its minor it can become apart and literally be re-glued. This is Conan Elliot and that's how you repair a golf club.


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