Learn how to re-grip, re-shaft, and fix your golf clubs at home with my in-depth tutorials.
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There is nothing worse for your game than old, dirty golf grips. Not only does it feel terrible; it substantially affects your performance!
It is easy to add swing weight to a golf club, but how do you REMOVE swing weight? In this post, I'll show you a tool for doing this.
If you have a golf shaft that has a tip diameter that is smaller than the club hosel you are installing it in, you will need a shim to secure it.
In this post, I will show you the proper way to measure the length of your golf club whether a driver or a putter.
A slightly more advanced swing weighting technique, tip weighting is a great way to alter the swing weights of your clubs without any visible side effects.
Not only does understanding the difference between steel and graphite shafts help you decide which is best for you; it also has implications in clubmaking.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to re-grip your golf clubs from the comfort of your own home. It's a lot easier than you might think!
An alternative to tip weighting or lead tape, lead powder is inserted into the tip of a golf shaft to add swing weight points.
Swing weighting can be an excellent way to turn your least favorite club into your favorite club.
Lead tape is by far the easiest way to change the swing weight of a golf club, which changes the overall "feel" of that club and can help your swing tempo.