Golf Club Wood Ferrules - Black

Golf Club Wood Ferrules - Black


59PW - Blk Short .335" (Dozen)
$2.49
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59PW - Blk Short .335" (Single)
$0.35
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60PW - Blk Std .335" (Dozen)
$2.49
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60PW - Black Std .335" (Single)
$0.35
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80PW - Blk Oversize, .335" (Dozen)
$2.49
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61PW - Blk X-Long, .335" (Dozen)
$2.49
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61PW - Black X-Long, .335" (Single)
$0.35
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81PW - Blk Oversize, .335 (Dozen)
$2.49
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62OW - Blk Short, Oversize, .350" (Dozen)
$2.49
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62OW - Blk Short, Oversize, .350" (Single)
$0.35
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82PW - Blk Oversize, .350" (Dozen)
$2.49
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63OW - Blk Short, Oversize, .370" (Dozen)
$2.49
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63OW - Blk, Short Oversize, .370" (Single)
$0.35
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64OW - Blk Short, Oversize, .400" (Dozen)
$2.49
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64OW - Blk Short, Oversize .400" (Single)
$0.35
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Golf Club Wood 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!

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Could you let me know which ferrules I need for an RBZ 3 wood and the RBZ 3 and 4 hybrids? The wood is .350 and the hybrids are .370 but I do not know if I need short or standard.

Asked by: hoffa72002
When I look at pictures of the RBZ 3 wood Taylor Made used a ferrule approximately 1/2" long and I know they use a collared ferrule. The BB0007 is a collared ferrule for a .350" tip size shaft and will work with the 3 wood. They used the same length ferrule and again a collared ferrule on the RBZ Rescue woods so the BB0008 ferrule will work. https://www.golfworks.com/collared-golf-club-ferrules/p/BB0001/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-22

how do you tell which size ferrel to get, for graphite shafts when switching shafts on two drivers?

Asked by: Henry
It can depend on which driver you have. Most drivers use a .335" ferrule size but there are some that use .350" and some drivers use special ferrules or adaptors. If you can tell me which driver you have, manufacture and model, I should be able to tell you which type of ferrule you need.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-17

I'm reshafting a club with a .335 prolaunch red shaft. My .335 size ferrule is very snug and I do not have a ferrule installation tool. How much force can I safely use. Or should I spend a couple extra bucks on a dozen easy install oversize ferrules.

Asked by: E V
One thing that I always do and teach is to during assembly put a thin coating of epoxy on the shaft tip first and then install the ferrule. The epoxy will act as a lubricant and the ferrule will go on easier. You can get the ferrule flush to the tip of the shaft by pushing the shaft and ferrule against the floor or against the workbench. Then use the clubhead and line it up to the shaft. Hold the clubhead in your hand and tap against the floor to set the ferrule to the correct depth. Again the epoxy on the shaft will make this work easier. Note picture 12 in these club installation steps for holding the clubhead and tapping against the floor to set the ferrule. http://www.golfworks.com/images/art/2008HowToBuildClubs.pdf
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-04

I ordered the AP2 collered ferrules. But when I got them they are shorter than the ferrules on my AP2 T10 Irons. The ferrules on my Irons measure 7/8". Which ones should I get. The X-long which is less than 7/8"??

Asked by: Owen
The 61PI is just a shade over 3/4". At this link if you scroll down the page you will see the specifications box and it lists the lengths and other specifications for these ferrules. http://www.golfworks.com/golf-club-iron-ferrules-black/p/60PI/ For a collared ferrule the BB0001 is 3/4" long. Even though both of these ferrules are .370" they will work with .355" taper tip irons. The taper tip iron shafts taper out to approximately .370" where the shaft exits the top of the hosel.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-03

what ferrule fits xr 16 callaway fairway wood

Asked by: Edward
It would be a ferrule like the BB0005 Collared Ferrule. http://www.golfworks.com/collared-golf-club-ferrules/p/BB0001/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-13

Can you recommend a .335 ferrule that would flow well with a Cobra Myfly+ adapter on a Cobra LTD. The shaft was too prepped too much and can be seen above adapter. 

Asked by: Jules
The Cobra shaft adapter is one solid piece. It does not have a separate ferrule. To try and extend it a little higher possibly the 59PW could be adapted to work.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-10-10

Could I use a Taylormade bubble shaft with an M1 head? What tip would I need for the bubble shaft?

Asked by: dsik
It would depend on which Taylor Made Bubble shaft you have. Some of the Bubble shafts had tip diameters at .390" to .405". If you have one of these you cannot install it into an M1 head. The shaft tip is just to larger to fit. Some of the later Bubble shafts had a .335" tip diameter shaft and could be used. You would need the TM0023 shaft adaptor. http://www.golfworks.com/taylormade-m1-m2-r-15-sldr-shaft-adaptor/p/TM0023/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-29

Which ferrule best fits a Taylor-Made M2 3HL metal fairway. The shaft is a Fujikura Six? 

Asked by: shanti
You can use any ferrule that is listed as .335" Code# 60PWS will work just fine. The M2 fairways are listed as .335" hosel diameter. Just make sure the shaft you want to use is also .335"
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2016-08-19
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