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Removing Shafts from Club Heads

We often hear from frustrated golfers who had difficulty removing shafts from their club heads.Sometimes, it takes a considerable amount of time removing a shaft, taking away from time better spent playing golf. 

Harrison recommends a couple of different approaches to removing shafts that make the entire process a lot easier. First, you should consider having the work done by a certified professional club maker. If you should choose to perform the work yourself, you must first decide if you want to save the shaft for additional play or replace it with a new one.

1. If the shaft is not broken and you want to re-use it, we recommend the following: img_1082_640Cut the shaft at the end of the hosel, and then clean out the hosel with a drill bit. Please bear in mind that this shaft will now play a bit stiffer because it has been tip cut 1".

2. If the shaft is broken, and cannot be reused, Cut the shaft at the end of the hosel, and then clean out the hosel with a drill bit.

Naturally, if you have a shaft puller, this entire task can be accomplished with ease. However, if you only have one broken club, it may not justify the expense to acquire one.