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Broken Club? (it happens)

Updated: Apr 15, 2019



Whether through unforeseen events or through actions of our own, clubs do get broken. The next action is, to get a club repaired. This is where understanding that club are, or should be, matched throughout the set. When getting a club repaired, (if your set make up is of a matching set) it is important take the broken club and two other clubs in the set to the club technician. For example; the broken club is an 8 iron, take the 7 and 9 iron with you. Doing this will allow the the technician to measure all the critical specifications while doing the repair. Not matching the specifications between clubs will impact performance.


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