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Golf Club Iron Ferrules - Colored Trim Ring



Golf Club Iron Ferrules - Colored Trim Ring

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52PI Dozen - Black/Chrome Std .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
70PI Dozen - Black/Chrome Long .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
53PI Dozen - Black/White Std .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
54PI Dozen - Black/Gold Std .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
71PI Dozen - Black/Gold Long .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
55PI Dozen - Black/Red Std .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
56PI Dozen - Clear/Black/Clear Std .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
57PI Dozen - Gold/Black/Gold Std .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
58PI Dozen - Chrome/Black/Chrome Std .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
72PI Dozen - Chrome/Black/Chrome Long .370" Iron Ferrules $3.99 In Stock
86PI Dozen - White/Black .370" Iron Ferrule $4.99 In Stock
73PI Dozen - Gold/Black/Gold .370" Iron Ferrules - $3.99 In Stock
52PI Single - Black/Chrome Std .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
70PI Single - Black/Chrome Long .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
53PI Single - Black/White Std .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
54PI Single - Black/Gold Std .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
71PI Single - Black/Gold Long .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
73PI Single - Long Blk /Gold/Blk .370"" Iron Ferrule" $0.50 In Stock
55PI Single - Black/Red Std .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
56PI Single - Clear/Black/Clear Std .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
57PI Single - Gold/Black/Gold Std .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
58PI Single - Chrome/Black/Chrome Std .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
72PI Single - Chrome/BLack/Chrome .370" Iron Ferrule $0.50 In Stock
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Golf Club Iron Ferrules - Colored Trim Ring
HUGE GOLF FERRULE SELECTION! A complete selection of ferrules with modern outside diameters that match perfectly to the outside diameter of our hosels. All ferrules have a 19° countersink which allows a cushion of epoxy to form between the top of the hosel and the inside of the ferrule, strengthening the bond. Each ferrule also is “pre-washed,” arriving at your shop with a high-gloss finish and no need for an acetone wipe to make it shine!


 
Golf Club Iron Ferrules - Colored Trim Ring is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Add a touch of class to your clubs ! I have the 55PI black/red ferrules on my Maltby TE Irons as well as my Maltby Hybrid and it adds enough color to make it look classy. Why not customize them to each person's liking. Impressed Again, Thank You.
Date published: 2014-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 350 Ferrules These ferrules are perfect and easy to use. I prepare them by softening them in boiling water. I slip them on and use the clubhead to seat their final position. Beautiful finish - the best.
Date published: 2008-03-17
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I want to reshaft my 2014 Callaway Apex forged irons with the Aerotech steel fibre i95 shafts. I assume I need the .355 taper tip cw shafts, and then what ferrule should I get? I would prefer it to have a silver ring.

Asked by: EMarcus
If you Apex irons had stock steel shafts then they are .355" taper tip. If they had the stock Recoil graphite shafts then they would be .370" parallel tips. You can use a .370" ferrule with a .355" taper tip shaft. .355" taper tip shafts taper out to approximately .370" where the shaft exits the top of the hosel. So there is no problem using the silver ring ferrule.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-19

How long is the 72PI ferrule?

Asked by: elgustavo
The 72PI ferrule is listed at .650" long which is approximately 5/8" long. You can see the measurements of the ferrules by scrolling down to the bottom of the page at this link. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=52PIS
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-08

Hello, I'm looking for new ferrules for my Ben Hogan Apex F.T.X Irons. Do you know if this is OK for me: 55PI Single - Black/Red Std .370" Iron Ferrule. Happy new Year! BR, //Ove

Asked by: ovespang
The stock Hogan ferrule would have been a little longer then the 55PI ferrule but the 55PI will work with these irons.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-04

I like the 55pi for my Maltby TEs. Will they work for taper tip shafts?

Asked by: balto
Yes they will still work. Taper tip shafts have tapered out to approximately .370" where the shaft exists the top of the hosel.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-02

I need a ferrule for a .370 OD shft that matches a .535 OD hosel. Usually the ferrules are to large to match the club and they never finish out well.

Asked by: 123michael
Ferrules will fit larger then the hosel OD and that is the norm. Hosels are inconsistent in their size and roundness so matching ferrules perfectly for size is not really an option. The .370" ferrules we sell all have a .540" OD.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-09

Where did the 75TI go?

Asked by: CharlieB
We still have it and have it in stock. You will find it at this link. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=65TIS
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-28

What shaft and what ferrule would be a good replacement for a Taylormade RBZ 6 iron?

Asked by: ron6452
In a steel shaft the FST 115 would make a good replacement. Taylor Made used a ferrule like the 52PI.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-28

I have Mizuno H4 heads and Project X 5.5 mizuno shafts and need ferrules for these. Which ones would fit?

Asked by: Stevo
Mizuno uses a .355" taper tip shaft in the H4 irons so you could use a ferrule like the 66TI or you could use a ferrule like the 61PI which is a .370" parallel tip ferrule. .355" taper tip iron shafts taper out to approximately .370" where the shaft exits the top of the hosel so the 61PI works fine and will fit closer to the outside diameter of the hosel.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-23
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