The GolfWorks Rescoring Tool

The GolfWorks Rescoring Tool

Rescoring Tool
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The GolfWorks Rescoring Tool

Repair worn V-groove scoring lines quickly and easily with this special tool and regain spin. Hard carbide tip does a neat job. Note: Rechroming necessary after use on plated heads to prevent rust from forming.

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I have a set of PING G15' s that I 'd like to clean up the grooves. Which tool would be best to use? Thank you.

Asked by: Dorkman
For the Ping G15 irons you would need the GW0109 Regrooving Tool . The G15 irons were introduced in 2010.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-12

I have a pair of Titleist vokey wedges (c-c) spin-milled BV. What rescoring tool would be appropriate to use? Also play with Titleist 714 AP1irons. Can I use the same tool or is another tool needed? Thanks.

Asked by: Rich
The SRT is for rescoring older "V" groove irons. For the Vokey wedges and 714 AP1 irons you would want the GW0109 (2010+) Regrooving Tool.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-27

Will this tool cut existing grooves on a Mizuno forged iron back to (near) new condition? Or would the "Golfworks Regrooving Tool" be the better option?

Asked by: JustinGolf313
The SRT groove tool is for cutting V grooves only. With your Mizuno irons The GolfWorks Regrooving Tool would be the one that you want. It has the modern groove shapes. Keep in mind with forged irons that are chrome plated when you cut grooves you will cut through chrome plating and the clubs could rust unless the plating is already worn off.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-19

Hi I need to re grove my clubs is this tool for that? 

Asked by: Many
The SRT will not "re-groove" your irons, but it can clean them up and smooth out slight imperfections that may exist.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-04-28

I have Maltby forged heads that are five yrs old. Will this tool damage the hitting surface at all?

Asked by: laxcoach114
It will cut through the chrome plating and the faces will rust. This tool is for V shaped grooves only. For the modern boxed or square grooves you would want the either the GW0109 for grooves 2010 or later or GW1111 for grooves prior to 2010. They will still cut through the chrome plating.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-26
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