The October 19th-20th class is currently full
Master your Clubmaking
The GolfWorks Canada proudly presents our 2017 state-of-the-art clubmaking program. Golf enthusiasts and clubmakers alike have traveled
from all over the world to take one of our exclusive PGA accredited classes!
2 Day - $150.00 plus HST
Basic Fitting and Assembly
This two day school is an introduction to Golf Club Fitting and Assembly. It is designed for the beginner and briefly covers all topics involved with
fitting and assembly. Each student will go through the fitting process and then build three clubs to their evaluation results. The procedures for
assembling golf clubs will include everything from a hobbyist building clubs at home to a large volume repair shop. This course discusses theory
while being very hands on.
Due to the high demand for our schools here in Canada and because many people are unable to commit to a four day school we have created
this two day course. During the two days each student will go through a “mini-fitting”, which is a shorter, dynamic fitting session preferred by
many professionals and people in the industry. This process will cover club design and the affect on golf club performance, along with all the
basics of fitting loft, lie, club length, flex, swingweight and total weight. Students will be taught how to select the right shafts and grips and the
correct set make-up for better scoring. Not only will the students learn this valuable information about their own swing and clubs, they will learn
how to fit other golfers and help them select the correct components for their game.
During the assembly portion of the school, you will learn the professional assembly techniques that apply to everyone from the hobbyist to a high
volume repair shop. You will learn the techniques for assembling woods, irons, hybrids, wedges and putters with steel or graphite shafts. You will
use the information obtained from the fitting process to build a graphite shafted driver, steel shafted 6 iron and a putter. We will also share the
“tricks of the trade” that come with our experience in the golf industry. Included in the tuition cost are the three clubs you take with you, instruction
books and videos.
PGA of Canada Education Credit
Our schools are recognized by the Golf Association of Canada for education credits required towards attainment of Class A Professional
designation. We will provide eligible PGA of Canada Apprentices Professional with a record of attendance for education credit.
- How mass and dimensional properties affect golf club performance
- Loft, lie and golf club length
- Swingweight and total weight
- Shaft flex, materials, designs and patterns
- Grip size, materials, models
- Set make-up, how to pick the correct components
- Using assembly equipment
- How to finish ferrules
- How to size and install golf grips
- Achieving proper swingweights
- Expert "Tricks of the Trade"
- Assemble a graphite-shafted driver, steel-shafted 6 iron and steel-shafted putter
- Shop set up, what tools are required to do different jobs
- Reading and using shaft trim charts
The GolfWorks has been conducting professional golf club repair, fitting and assembly schools since 1982. We have hosted thousands of
students from all over the world. Unlike other companies who teach club repair and actually repair very few clubs, we repair thousands of
clubs yearly. Among the people who have placed faith in us to provide them with the knowledge of golf club repair, fitting and assembly
currently work for companies like Callaway, Titleist, Nike, True Temper, UST, Golf Galaxy, Dick's Sporting Goods and more.
Our premier technical experts provide you with the most comprehensive clubmaking instruction offered in the industry today. Our classes qualify
for the PGA and LPGA Continuing Education Programs. The academys instruction manuals are written by Ralph Maltby, who is the leading
authority on club design, fitting, and repair. Hundreds of golf professionals from the PGA of America have also attended our schools. Why?
Because the teaching manuals used in our schools are also used by the PGA of America in their seminars and workshops. In fact, many golf
professionals choose to supplement their PGA-based education by visiting the source of golf club repair, fitting and assembly.
How To Attend
Space for these schools is limited. Registering for a GolfWorks Clubmaking Academy program is as simple as picking up the phone. Just call our
toll-free number 1-800-387-5331 or fax us at 1-800-668-2188 and request a school packet. We will send a complete brochure, as well as an
application for attendance and hotel accommodation information. Fill out the application and return it to The GolfWorks Canada. Our staff will
contact you with the date of your class and any other necessary details.
Contact by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Did You Know?
GolfWorks Instructional Books have been chosen by the Professional Golfers Association of America for instruction at their own schools.
The Maltby Clubmaking Academy has taught over 14,000 students from around the world during its 35 years of existence.
The faculty comprises over 150 years combined experience in clubmaking, clubhead design and manufacturing.
The Maltby Clubmaking Academy has taught hundreds of well-known clubmaking, golf and industry professionals.
The Maltby Clubmaking Academy is the world's foremost authority on golf equipment and repair.
The GolfWorks offers the most complete catalog of golf clubmaking instructional books and videos in the industry.
"The information covered in class has already come into play here in my shop, and in my own game as well. The GolfWorks has always been a
great company to order from and I will continue to tell others of the great experience I had at your facility." - S. Mullenn
"I enjoyed the hands-on approach and being able to put the techniques we learned to use. The equipment was very easy to use." - D. Klein