I thought you had to buy new ferrules anyway you did it? Not sure is those are still available or not, but penty of decent alternatives available. I usually talk to them and gauge their experience before I let them touch my clubs before I started working on them myself. It’s a minimum 5 hour job and most times longer But I just can’t agree with you that club work is meticulous, say, in the same fashion as hand surgery. We appreciate that you found this thread instead of starting a new one, but if you plan to post here please make sure it’s still relevant. The folks who are saying it is a Christmas movie appear to be doing it tongue-and-cheek for the most part.
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I would highly recommend this guy, he is I guess around miles from you but if you wanted to get in touch his name is Tony west, Club Crafters at Horton Park Golf Club in Epsom.
Jonny Assistant Pro Dec 19, If you’re careful, you can save the ferrules. Forums New posts Search forums. But honestly, when a clubmaker quotes me an hourly labor rate that is twice as high as I make with a top 10 MBA, then Reeshaft start to wonder.
Joined Oct 25, Messages It’s rather ironic that you’d mention the difference – because you’re pointing out the basic difference between a 19th century physician and a modern one, or the kid fresh out of highschool and yourself and your MBA.
mmuch If you do it yourself, be careful how you heat the heads, or you’ll be replacing ferrules too. Just stumbled across their website as you posted How much would you say it costs to have new shafts fitted by a pro, going with a decent but not stupidly expensive make?
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Then pay him for the time it takes and the fitting on the range to get the set-up correct. His name is Andrew Ash www.
It took a couple of hours but was worth it. We appreciate that you found this thread instead of starting a new one, but if mich plan to post here please make sure it’s still relevant.
What am I paying for? I hope we are all debating in good fun. The easiest “pull” in the world is an iron head from an iron shaft Most homers produce work about on par with handsurgery done by the doc down at the local walk-in clinic – both have a clue, but not the expertise to do it right. Register for free juch
You are currently viewing doees forum as a guest which does not give you access to all the great features at GolfWRX such as viewing all the images, interacting with members, access to all forums and eligiblility to win free giveaways. It’s a minimum 5 hour job and most times longer But if you don’t have the stuff to do it and don’t plan on doing it again, would make since to shop around since getting the equipment might cost just as much.
When you change the swingeight by changing the weight rezhaft a grip, you do nothing to the flex or feel of the club. Before the advent of frequency meters, shafts were matched one to another using a flex board, a gram scale and a swingweight scale.
We’d love to have you! Easy as pie and really a much cheaper and satisfying way to do it. The long irons feel a bit dead, hence my doubts about shafts Ya if its gonna run me that much, maybe ill learn how to do it. Register a new account. Thread Tools Show Printable Version.