Can I replace the shaft on my driver?

Once a golf club shaft has been broken, it cannot be repaired, but it can easily be replaced. Shafts can be replaced at golf pro shops and most golf stores, but it is also a fairly easy project to do yourself.

How easy is it to change driver shafts?

Not really that difficult. Heat the hosel and pull the broken bit out, clean up the hosel by removing any excess epoxy then insert new shaft. However if the shaft needs trimmed or anything then it starts to become a bit trickier. Probably easier taking it to a pro who will charge about £20.

How much does it cost to replace a driver shaft?

In addition to the grip, you will also have to pay for the labor to have someone replace the shaft. Generally, this fee will be about $15 to $35 depending on where and when you get the work done. Replacing a shaft on a driver is a bit more work than regripping a club.

Can you put any driver head on any shaft?

If you like a shaft, that shaft will not change going into a different head, with the assumption of similar head weight and club length.

How do you remove driver head Shaft?

Do all shafts fit all drivers?

AllFit is an universal hosel adapter that’s compatible with every major Brands’ current system. Once you have AllFit adapter installed on your shaft, it will work with any manufacturer’s driver (or fairway) head without the need for any additional handcraft. You just need to replace the Collar to fit other head.

What happens if golf shaft is too stiff?

If your club shafts are too stiff, you’ll have trouble loading them properly during your downswing. When the clubhead gets to the ball, the shaft won’t unload properly and the face will remain slightly open, causing a slice.

What length is Rory McIlroy’s driver?

McIlroy’s driver plays 45.5 inches from “end of grip,” but Trott pointed out you can’t simply slap on a grip and call it good. When he selects a Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT grip for McIlroy, the rubber butt cap on the end of the grip, which measures one-eighth of an inch, must be taken into account.

Should I use regular or stiff shaft driver?

If you have a slower swing speed, you are probably going to want to choose regular shafted clubs because the additional flex will provide a little more power and accuracy. When you swing harder, the stiff flex will be more controlled and give you the punch you need to hit better shots.

Will I lose distance with a stiff shaft?

If you have a good swing but your average distance is short, there is a problem with your shaft flex. If the shaft flex is too stiff, your average distance will remain low.

Does Tiger Woods use a regular or stiff shaft?

Anything more than 250 yards, stiff shafts are for you. For example, Tiger Woods who consistently hits shots longer than 300 yards has a Regular shaft in his driver.

How far can you hit a regular shaft driver?

For regular shaft drivers, the driver carry distance is usually 210 to 240 yards. Whereas for stiff shaft drivers, the driver carry distance typically measures 240 to 260 yards. A regular shaft is mostly preferred by golfers that tend to have a medium-fast swing speed.