Drill Bits

Drill Bits


12"x1/8" HSS Drill Bit
$8.99
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21/64" HSS Drill Bit
$3.99
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3/8" Cobalt Drill Bit
$8.99
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3/8" HSS Drill Bit
$3.99
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47"x 5/32" HSS Drill Bit
$17.99
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47"x7/32" HSS Drill Bit
$17.99
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6" x 1/8" Drill Bit
$2.95
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9mm HSS Drill Bit
$4.99
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R Cobalt Drill Bit
$8.99
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R HSS Drill Bit
$3.99
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T HSS Drill Bit
$3.99
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T, U, 3/8" Set of Cobalt Drill Bits
$26.99
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U Cobalt Drill Bit
$8.99
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U HSS Drill Bit
$3.99
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Drill Bits

Choose from a large variety. Note: HSS denotes High Speed.

Drill Bits is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very hard to find..... I bought this 5 weeks ago and have used it 7 times. Great for getting corks and material out of any shafts....
Date published: 2015-11-12
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What is the correct drill bit set needed to remove graphite shaft piece left in club head hosel.(driver or wood or hybrid or iron)

Asked by: golfpro76
That depends on the hosel bore size and how much graphite you need to remove. Most drivers and fairway woods these days use .335" tip size shafts and we generally us a letter "R" (.339") drill bit to rebore or clean out the hosel. A 21/64" bit at .328" could work well for removing pieces of a graphite shaft. With irons it depends on if the heads are a .355" taper tip or a .370" parallel tip. With irons if you heat the hosel to break down the graphite piece and use a smaller bit size you can generally work it around and get the pieces out. Because we can apply more heat to the iron it is always easier to remove graphite pieces like this. For a .370" hosel bore I will generally first us the letter "U" (.368") bit and it will generally do the job. With a .355" taper tip an 11/32" bit could work well and will not change the tapered hosel bore. With hybrids the "U" size bit would work well again because most hybrids are .370" hosel bore.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-06-20

I want to drill out cork existing in my shaft tip/ hosel and add some tungsten powder in to re-balance my irons. My shaft is Modus 120X .355. Which drill should I choose? I don't find the GW1045 is listed, is that one I need? Thank you!

Asked by: Ron_Panda
If the club is assembled and you need to drill down from the butt end of the shaft you could use either the 47" x 5/32" or the 47" x 7/72" drill bits. If the shaft is removed from the clubhead and you just need to drill up from the tip end then a 21/64" bit will work.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-06-07

I need a long drill bit to drill out corks and lead weight from iron graphite shafts connected to the heads. Which size bit do you recommend?

Asked by: bob
Because inside diameters of graphite shafts can vary quite a bit, there is not one bit that would work for all. Also, it sounds like you are needing to drill down from the butt end of the shaft, which would require a long drill bit. Currently we do not carry a long drill bit that could do what our needing. 1/8" bit size is generally what you could use, but again, it would need to be on a 42" - 48" rod.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-09-14

How do I remove pinned on iron heads. You told me I could drill out the .355 tapers to .370's. The Hogan Magnums are pinned on. Already ordered the drill bits and want to be ready when GW delivers. Will there be holes in the housel's?

Asked by: slmealor
Most of the hosel pins are a 3/32" size so you will need a 3/32" punch. What I alway did was first heat the hosel with a propane torch right at the hosel pin. Don't get it to hot. Then use the punch to drive the pin through the hosel and out one side. You will have to position the club over a vise or something so that when you drive the pin it can come out of the hosel. Punch it all the way out or at least out far enough so that you grab it with a pair of vise grip pliers and pull and twist it the rest of the way out. When you reassemble with the new shafts you can put a piece of masking tape around the hosel to cover the holes and they will fill with epoxy. In house here at The GolfWorks we repin them using 3.32" aluminum welding rod.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-09-14

looking for .335 drill bit for wood heads, found under drill bits DBH11/ having difficulty placing order

Asked by: hogan
The DBH11 is available for order online. Type in the search box on the GW home page DBH11. It will take you to the page listing all the drill bits. Scroll to bottom to identify ea drill bit. The DBH11 is the R HSS bit. You should be able to put it in your cart from there.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-25

What drill bit is used for a .370 iron shaft?

Asked by: Tm53
3/8" is .375". A "U" bit size is .368. The Golfworks has a .370" Spiral Fluted Reamer(GW0115), if you are looking for a tool to ream out or clean out a hosel. Also, we have the U drill bit (XQU), or the 3/8" (IDS38).
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-12-29
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