The GolfWorks Head Tac Syringe

The GolfWorks Head Tac Syringe

Head Tac Syringe
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The GolfWorks Head Tac Syringe

The GolfWorks Head Tac is now available in a syringe for easy insertion into metal wood hosel bores or a pre-drilled hole into the metal wood shell. Head Tac instantly stops those annoying rattles in metal woods and can be used to safely add weight to metal woods.

The GolfWorks Head Tac Syringe is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent to Add Weight in Driver Heads My first use was a learning experience, but definitely an excellent way to add and position weight on the sole plate of a driver head after drilling through the base of the hosel bore. Directions say to heat adhesive for 8-10 seconds in microwave and recommends using no more than a half inch from the tube per head. Before first use I'd suggest attaching the needle tube to the syringe, then heat in a microwave for 10+ seconds, then push in the plunger until the adhesive is about to stop at the end of the needle tube. Now mark the plunger in half inch increments with a permanent marker. The syringe is now ready for its first use. To add some further weight I used a soda straw to extract tungsten powder from its container, then put the straw into the drilled hole in the hosel base to drop in or blow in the powder. Shake the head and the adhesive has the powder captured right where you positioned the adhesive on the sole plate. Obviously mineral spirits or acetone should be used to clean the hosel wall of any head tac adhesive, and also a hosel bore plug to cover the drilled hole before installation of a shaft.
Date published: 2017-03-21
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Can you tell me the diameter of the hole that needs to be drilled? I realize I could wait until the product arrives and just see for myself, but I am trying to get a head start and pre-drill the hole(s) prior to the product arriving. Thanks so much!

Asked by: Doug18C
I do not have the diameter measurement of the hose and the way it is packaged I do not want to tear one open just to measure the hose size. We do not currently have one open to measure. The hose would be just a shade larger then the hose or straw that comes with WD40.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-06-20

How much weight will this add to the head

Asked by: will
I do not have a number as to how much weight using the whole tube would add to the clubhead but it would be quite a bit of weight. It does not take that much to add 1 swingweight and 1 swingweight is equal to 2 grams of clubhead weight.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-30

Can this product change the sound of a driver head? My Ping G30 "pings" (of course?) - a hollow metallic sound, and I'd rather hear a more solid "click-like" sound. If so, where is the glue applied - to the inside of the sole, for example? Thanks.

Asked by: painter33
This product can change the sound of a driver head but it also adds weight to the clubhead. It is added inside the clubhead and is on the sole. This head would likely already have some Clubhead Tac or other substance that was added at the factory.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-08

I have a rattle in two R11S fairway woods (sounds like a piece of metal). Will this product 'catch' that and stop the rattle? Would I inject through the bottom where the weight is or through the hosel where the shaft is attached?

Asked by: cj83
Yes the Clubhead Tac is designed to catch a rattle like this. If you can remove one of the weights there is a chance you can add the Clubhead Tac into the head this way. It would be the easiest way. All metalwood heads already have a clubhead tac like substance in them from the factory. I will first try warming the sole with a heat gun or hair dryer to soften the clubhead tac and see if that will grab what is rattling first before adding more. Clubhead Tac does add weight so it will change the swingweight of the club so if you have to add more try not adding very much.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-29

Does this stay in one spot when it is applied inside the head? 

Asked by: Jw2423
Once it is installed into the head, it will stay where it settles. You can manipulate where it settles by the position of he head when you apply it. For example, if you want it to settle in the back, have the face up, so it will run to the back of he cavity.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-27

Does the syringe come full of product or syringe only

Asked by: Musket mike
The GW0035 comes with the product in the syringe.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-06-30

Will this product set up inside the head such that it will not move around or change positions especially if it gets hot in the summer?  Can it be used like hotmelt?  How is it the same or different than hotmelt?

Asked by: nichdl1
Head tac is not suppose to set up. It's viscosity will remain the same and can be used to add weight, but was really designed to capture small particals of metal inside the head to keep them from rattling. Hot melts are designed to be an adhesive and fully cure. Head tac is designed to stay in the state it is in the tube.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-01-12

Is this product the same as silicone?

Asked by: dthomp55
No it is not the same as silicone. This product flows well into the clubheads so it becomes somewhat of a thinner layer and it will remain tacky. If it got solid it could break loose and rattle. I do not picture silicone flowing like this product will.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-01-07
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