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Ping Club Restoration

I have set of Ping irons and woods that I would like to restore to original condition again. Where do I go to have this done?
David, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA

David,

I’d recommend the Golfworks, www.golfworks.com

Regards,

Jeff

July 7th, 2014. Read more articles on Repair.

Titleist Driver Rattle

I heard a suspicious noise inside the shaft of my Titleist 910 driver. Disassembled the grip I found a small metal cylinder. What is it about? Maybe a weight to calibrate the swing weight? Can I replace the grip without worry about it, or could be a part of the adapter that Titleist use on their woods?
Alessio, Dimaro (TN), Italy

Alessio,

It’s most likely a weight; definitely not part of the adapter. Just let it fall out and then install the grip.

Regards,

Jeff

May 5th, 2014. Read more articles on Repair.

Used TaylorMade Drivers

I stopped at a 2nd swing store to look at used TaylorMade drivers and the faces of the clubs appeared refurbished. Is there a product that can restore or cover up small scratches on the face of a driver?
Steve, Willmar, Minnesota, USA

Steve,

The club face can be sandblasted or wire brushed to make it look newer.

Regards,

Jeff

February 14th, 2014. Read more articles on Repair.

Hogan Apex 4 Irons

How to remove hosel pins from Hogan Apex 4 irons?
Hugh, South Bend, IN, USA

Hugh,

Use a pin punch to knock them through. Then you can use pliers to pull them the rest of the way out.

Jeff

July 16th, 2013. Read more articles on Repair.

TaylorMade Regrip

I have a set of TaylorMade Rac OS irons (2003) with regular flex Precision 95 gram light metal shafts that I want to regrip. Any idea of what core size grip to to use, shaft diameter? Ditto for TaylorMade V-steel 3 and 5 metal with True Temper Dynamic Gold Lite metal shafts. Thanks Gents.
Dave, Kingston, New York, USA

Dave

60 core will work fine.

Regards,

Jeff

July 15th, 2011. Read more articles on Repair.

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