Golf Club Iron Ferrules - Black

Golf Club Iron Ferrules - Black


59PI Dozen - Black Short .370" Iron Ferrules
$2.49
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59PI Single - Black Short .370" Iron Ferrule
$0.35
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60PI Dozen - Black Std .370" Iron Ferrules
$2.49
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60PI Single - Black Std .370" Iron Ferrule
$0.35
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74PI Dozen - Black Long .370" Iron Ferrules
$2.49
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74PI Single - Black Long .370" Iron Ferrule
$0.35
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61PI Dozen - Black X-Long .370" Iron Ferrules
$2.49
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61PI Single - Black X-Long .370" Iron Ferrule
$0.35
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Dozen Rubber O-Rings
$2.25
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Golf Club Iron Ferrules - Black

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 - Black is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 60PI 0.370" Iron Ferrules Purchased these so I could reshaft a 0.370" parallel tip hybrid. They fit very tight onto a 0.370" parallel tip shaft so make sure you have a tool to install them or you will get frustrated or damage your shaft. I drilled a 3/8" hole in a 1" block of wood and used that to get the ferrule started and then finished the insertion by placing the club head on the shaft and hitting down on it until the shaft was fully seated into the club (~1.5"). Be sure to have your tip weights installed first as once these ferrules are on, they can only be removed by cutting them off - I've had to do that before. These could be made a little looser to make the install easier. Otherwise they look good and are exact to sizing. They work much better for 0.355" taper tips.
Date published: 2015-11-05
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i need 65TI ferrules but it appears you don't have any/are out? will you be getting some...i don't see them where i can add them to the cart?! i would like to replace the ones i currently have on my Callaway RAZR X MB irons with KBS C Taper S+ shafts.

Asked by: mikey
65 TI Ferules are in stock.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-05-08

Have a set of Callaway XR pros. Shifts are KBS tour V 90 and KBS tour V 110. Need  Ferrules.  help please!!!

Asked by: RTP
The Callaway XR Pro irons require a .370" shaft. Any of these ferrules will work with these irons. https://www.golfworks.com/golf-club-iron-ferrules-black/p/60PI/
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2017-05-03

Greetings, I want to shaft a set of Adams CMB forged irons with 355 tapered shafts. Can you please specify the right ferrules to use?

Asked by: mkhand
A standard black 1/2 inch log ferrule with an outside diameter of .570 and inside diameter of .355 would be our stock number 65TI.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-04-28

Hello, which ferrule would i need to use for nike vapor pro combos? Thanks

Asked by: aswahl
It is likely that Nike used a collared ferrule so a ferrule like the BB0001 would make a good replacement for the stock ferrules used by Nike. https://www.golfworks.com/collared-golf-club-ferrules/p/BB0001/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-24

Hi, I need to replace a dinamic gold shaft from my Ping iblade 7 iron.  Can you tell me wich ferrule do I need to buy.  Thanks! 

Asked by: Diego
The BB9047 Ping ferrule will also work on the Ping iblade irons. https://www.golfworks.com/ping-anser-i-20-355-iron-ferrules/p/BB9047/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-14

Hi I am reshafting my ping I blades with ust recoil shafts. When doing this do I need to use shafting beads also would it be better to use a standard ferrule or a collared ferrule. Next question is what is the o ring used for?

Asked by: Widz 87
Shafting Beads (GW0043) or Quck Center (QCSB) are always an option. They are used to keep the shaft centered in the bore and will tighten the shaft fit. Ping uses a collared ferrule so you might want to use this Ping ferrule (BB9047). The O-rings were used on older model Callaway bore through irons where Callaway used a very short ferrule that basically looked like an O ring. Initially the Callaway ferrules were not available so clubmaker's used an o ring to keep the same look. https://www.golfworks.com/ping-anser-i-20-355-iron-ferrules/p/BB9047/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-24

Which ferrules fit the Srixon Z745 irons. Thanks,

Asked by: cbus74
These Srixon irons use a .355" taper tip shaft but you can use a .370" ferrule like the 61PI or any of the PI ferrules. Taper tip shafts taper out to approximately .370" where the shaft exits the top of the hosel so the .370" ferrules will fit and they fit closer to the outside diameter then the taper tip ferrules and require less finishing.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-14

Which ferrules fit the Callaway Mack Daddy MD3

Asked by: Larry
The Callaway BB9051 collared ferrule will work with the Mac Daddy MD3 wedges. https://www.golfworks.com/callaway-collared-355-ferrule/p/BB9051/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-13
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