The GolfWorks Regrooving Tool

The GolfWorks Regrooving Tool

Pre 2010 Regrooving Tool
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New 2010+ Groove Enhancer
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2010+ Groove Enhancer Blade Only

The GolfWorks Regrooving Tool

Deepen or restore worn scoring lines with the New GolfWorks Regrooving Tool. New cutting tip is a coated carbite lathe cutting tool used in machining. This tool is perfectly suited for regrooving. Regrooves all metals commonly used in iron manfacturing. Also great for cleaning out the scoring lines.
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I have a set a Callaway Apex irons which one should I use on them ?

Asked by: Biggie
For the Apex irons you would need the 2010+ blade.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-23

Will a club pre 2010 regroved scuff a pro V ball up or schred the coating 

Asked by: BrianM
It possibly could a little especially right after the grooves are first cut.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-13

I have Taylormade R9 irons. Which tool do I use? Pre-2010 or Post 2010?

Asked by: chris
The R9 irons were introduced in 2010 so you will need the 2010+ cutter.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-06

Is there a difference between the three blade tips on the single triangular blade?  And do yo sell the pre-2010 blade only? This was asked before but you linked right back to this page.

Asked by: Mike
Sorry about that, my mistake. We do sell just the 2010 blade only and still have 3 of those cutters left in stock. We are discontinuing these. The order code is GW0110. All three sides of the cutters are the same so that you can rotate to a new cutter when one gets worn out. You will need to contact Customer Service regarding the GW0110 cutters. They will not show up on the web site.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-30

Do you sell just the Pre-2010 Groove Enhancer Blade? I already purchased the blade and handle. I just want an extra blade.

Asked by: Drjorge
Yes we sell them and they are in stock. You can order it from this link.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-23

does the tool marked 2010+ conform to the new rules on golf club groove rules? Will it take standard non conforming u-grooves and take the sharper edges off and make them conform to the new rules?

Asked by: David
Yes the 2010+ tool does conform to the new groove rule. It will not take a non-conforming groove and make it a conforming new groove. One of the rules governing grooves is the distance between the grooves and using this tool on an older club and increasing the radius on the top edge of the groove can make the club non conforming based on the distance between the grooves based on how the USGA takes the measurement. The USGA also include a volume restriction with the new grooves which also include the radius on the top edge of the groove. Trying to change the old groove to a new groove will likely make it non conforming on these two points.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-15

how does the regrooving tool work

Asked by: moosew
You use it by hand. You can either drag the cutter through the grooves or push the cutter through the grooves. I find they work better to drag the cutter through the grooves. You want to be able to hold the head very secure. We sell this Iron Rescoring Nest (IRN) for holding the clubhead when regrooving.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-03

whats the difference in grooves wich one is better for spin.... in other words and cant you use either or does it really matter if your just a duffer...but your grooves are worn...

Asked by: patrick
The difference with the different groove cutters is to match up to the grooves that you have in your irons. Per the rules of golf the pre 2010 cutter would create groove that would spin the ball more. If your grooves are getting worn either cutter is going to give you more spin then you are currently getting.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-11
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