Golf Club Design, Fitting, Alteration & Repair

Golf Club Design, Fitting, Alteration & Repair

"Golf Club Design, Fitting, Alteration & Repair"
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Golf Club Design, Fitting, Alteration & Repair

This is the fourth edition of the original book widely known as the "bible" of club design and clubmaking. Sold worldwide, copies of this 890-page book can be found in the hands of club designers at many major golf equipment manufacturers, and in golf clubmaking and repair shops all over the world. Praised for the thorough, yet clear way it illustrates principles and techniques, the book takes you step-by-step through all of the attributes, nuances, causes and effects of golf club design, fitting, repair and alteration. Over 2500 photographs illustrate the text.

The Golf Club Design, Fitting, Alteration and Repair Book covers all aspects of design, clubmaking and repair, in sections as follows:

Section 1: Repairs and alterations guide
Section 2: Iron club repairs from re scoring and refinishing to changing loft and lie
Section 3: Golf club regripping, alteration and maintenance
Section 4: How to get started in golf club repair and custom clubmaking
Section 5: Wood club design and manufacture
Section 6: Iron club design and manufacture
Section 7: Comprehensive golf shaft information
Section 8: Golf club balancing and matching, including swing weighting and frequency measurement
Section 9: Golf club fitting including discussion of the key variables to individual fitting

And, the book includes ten appendices covering U.S.G.A. rules pertaining to clubs, golf term definitions, how clubs are tested, and much more. If you have any interest in the mechanics of golf equipment, you owe it to yourself to read this book!
4th Ed - 1995 805 pages.
Golf Club Design, Fitting, Alteration & Repair is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for hobbyist This is a great book for hobbyist who love older persimmon woods like me. Especially if you want to refinish or fix older woods. This has a lot of detailed information. I would not recommend this book for modern day clubs. This book was published in 1995.
Date published: 2012-12-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Complete Reference Guide I am starting to do my own golf repairs and club assembly and find this book invaluable.
Date published: 2016-03-01
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How do I prime my grip gun

Asked by: Kent
To prime the Grip Shooter I fold a paper towel and hold it over the hole in the end of the needle and pump the handle. If this does not work you gun is probably gummed up. Remove the pump from the canister and carefully remove the brass fitting at the bottom of the tube. Inside this brass fitting there is a small spring and ball bearing, be careful not to loose them. Clean the screen at the bottom of the fitting, the spring and ball bearing and carefully put it back together and your gun should now work. It is best to use one of these 2 solvents in the gun. The GolfWorks Grip Solvent (SOMQT) has additives that can gum up the gun so it is best not to use this solvent in the gun. If you do not use the gun on a regular basis it is best to empty to solvent from the gun between uses.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-10-18
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