Steel Shaft Butt Extensions

Steel Shaft Butt Extensions


.560 Butt Size Shaft Extension
$1.99
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.580 Butt Size Shaft Extension
$1.99
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.600 Butt Size Shaft Extension
$1.99
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.620 Butt Size Shaft Extension
$1.99
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Shaft Extension Adhesive - 30 ml. Syringe
$5.99
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Steel Shaft Butt Extensions

The GolfWorks Steel Shaft Extensions can be used to extend the finished playing length of any steel shafted club. These 12" long steel butt extensions feature an 8 1/2" parallel mid sections that can be cut in the middle to create two 4 1/4" extensions. Each section has a tapered end to perfectly fit inside the shaft being extended. Each extension has a 1 5/8" shaft insertions depth and is chrome plated to prevent rusting.

Steel Shaft Butt Extensions is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet Add-On 4 Big Man.. Being a 6'3" guy with "monkey" arms. These cut to 1" extension brought my new/used irons to my old irons standard. No more slicing...sweet. Note one extension does 2 irons.
Date published: 2009-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Got the job done The fit was nice and snug for the most part, had one that was bent and had to repair, and another that when I test fit it, failed to line up well with the shaft. the other 8 ends were fine. for 3 bucks add an extra extension to make sure your covered. Overall still better than universal extensions I have used in the past and had one break
Date published: 2015-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I needed Got an incredible deal on some Mizuno irons that were brand new, but came an inch short, so the original owner traded them in. Bought the irons, removed the stock grips, which are lousy anyway, glued in the extenders and put some good grips on. New custom fit set of Mizunos for less than $160. Can't beat that
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Deal Nice product! Fit was perfect. Shipping was super fast!
Date published: 2015-12-08
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Have .600 shaft bore , what steel extension size do I need? 

Asked by: Hulk
For a .600" butt diameter steel shaft you would use the S60 steel shaft extension.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-22

I want to extend an Odyssey Dart belly putter to long putter length. The specs of the existing grip indicate a core of .62. What extender will work best?

Asked by: Scott
Assuming that .62 core size matches up to the butt diameter of the shaft you would use the S62 steel shaft extension. http://www.golfworks.com/steel-shaft-butt-extensions/p/S60/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-16

Can I used a .600 shaft extension in a .610 Butt diameter? 

Asked by: dkissel
I have used a .600" shaft extension (S60) in a .610" butt diameter shaft but I did use Quik Center (QCSB) with my epoxy to tighten the fit and keep the extension centered. http://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-quick-center-shafting-beads/p/QCSB/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-01

I have Srixon z545 with the Nippon 950, Which butt diameter fits?

Asked by: dkissel
If the shaft spec's are the same as the 950GH Nippon shafts that we sell the the butt diameter is .610" and the S60 along with some Quik Center (QCSB) mixed with your epoxy will work with the S60 extension. You could also use the Universal Extension (GW1047). Nippon manufactures shafts specifically for Srixon that could have different specifications then the Nippon shafts that we stock.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-01

I want to lengthen my titleist Vokey wedge. What butt size should I order?

Asked by: Paul
For a steel shaft you would use the S60 (.600") shaft extension.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-25

I have Nike Ignite 3 Irons with true temper shafts no idea on the size and don't want to cut the grips off to measure just yet.  Do you know what size these bad boys are?  Also do I just cut these? I want 1.5" extra.

Asked by: Justin1990
That should be a .600" butt diameter shaft and would use the S60 shaft extension. You will sand the post of the extension and also clean the inside of the shaft so that the epoxy will properly bond. Once the epoxy dries you will cut them for the length you want.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-21

How is shaft butt size measured?

Asked by: Timbo
We would use the MAGG grip gauge or a pair of Dial Calipers (GDC) to measure the shaft butt diameter. http://www.golfworks.com/universal-grip-gauge/p/MAGG/ http://www.golfworks.com/digital-caliper-w-led-display/p/GDC/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-21

Before to add extension of 1/2" to the club my swingweight was D1.5 but with the half inch extension my swingweght came down at D0.5.. I am thinking to replace them by the aluminium extension which is lighter. By these numbres above steel look too heavy.

Asked by: Bob 2507
This does not sound correct. When you add 1/2" to a club length the swingweight should get heavier and with an extension generally by 2 to 2.5 swingweights. So if your swingweight was D1.5 to begin with when you added the extension the swingweight should have went to D2.5 to D3. Unless you used heavier grips then what you had installed before. A 4 gram change of grip weight is equal to 1 swingweight. If the grip is heavier the swingweight gets lighter and if the grip is lighter the swingweight gets heavier. The change in swingweight whether you use steel or alunimum will stay the same because it is a factor of added length to the club. The aluminum extension are not that much lighter then the steel extension because the walls are thicker with the aluminum extension for durability. That thickness adds weight.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-12
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