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Club Building and Repair
A place where "Dirters" can learn how to build and repair their own equipment from other "Dirters".
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  • Ricky Silver
    hogan's lie angles
    Hogans clubs were probably in the region of 8 degrees flat. if you swing flat clubs you will get a flatter swing, swing upright clubs, you will swing upright.
    Last replied by KP on Wednesday, 25 August 2010
  • Henny Bogan
    How to Replace your Golf Grips
    most people say every year if you play frequently. If the grips get slick, sand them with a fine grit sandpaper to retain the velvet feel. When they are sanded down to the point where they become smaller, it's time to replace. just search some stuff on youtube on how to do it and google it. Replacing grips is not something you should waste money sending your clubs out to get redone
    Last replied by Ricky Silver on Saturday, 21 August 2010
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  • Henny Bogan
    How to Replace a Club Shaft
    It would be good practice to pick up a few cheap steel shafted irons or putters from a thrift store and start by removing the shafts. Clean out the hosels and the outside of the shaft tip. Reinstall the same shafts back into their original heads. That way you won't be wasting a new shaft.You can order epoxy and new ferrules online. Above all, protect yourself and your work area! Wear eye protection always, and separate any flammables from sparks, open flames, or heat sources. Have a fire extinguisher close by. It's like anything else, you have to practice and learn from your mistakes. Watch some videos first.
    Last replied by Craig Foster on Friday, 13 August 2010
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