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Customizing Your Golf Clubs

by Evan Roufeh

Learning how to build golf clubs a little bit tough to do at first, but with some time and effort it will save you money, allow you to customize your clubs and gives you a great deal of satisfaction.

Just make sure that you follow all of the steps the first time around, and then you can experiment once you get more confident in how to build golf clubs.

How to Build Golf Clubs Step 1 - Find a catalogue that has shafts, grips, heads and adhesives in order to determine what combinations you like. Make sure you research your items and work within your budget. Step-by-step instructions generally come with the purchased product.

How to Build Golf Clubs Step 2 - Trim the shaft. You will need a true measure rule, which costs approximately $25, in order to measure the cut accurately. Mark the spot where the trim will go with a felt-tip pen so you know where the cut needs to be made.

How to Build Golf Clubs Step 3 - Cut the shaft using a shaft cutter or a hacksaw. If you are using a metal shaft, you are better off using a shaft cutter, which can be found anywhere golf supplies are sold for about $10.

After cutting the shaft, remove any masking tape before continuing with the next step. This portion of how to build golf clubs is the most difficult and most important.

How to Build Golf Clubs Step 4 - The shaft of the club is a smooth surface and in order for it to fit and properly adhere to the club, you will need to rough the edge. This is done by sanding the paint and finish using medium grade sandpaper. Apply the adhesive. Make sure you follow the adhesive instructions to make sure mix amount is correct.

How to Build Golf Clubs Step 5 - Time for you to apply the grip. Once the adhesive is completely dry you can measure the club for the final fitting. Mark the butt end of the shaft in the same manner used for the club head and trim it using the same tools. Prepare the shaft with tape then add the solvent that came with the grip before sliding on the grip carefully. Ensure the grip is on straight then attach the butt cap. Now all that is left is drying time and you will be able to use your new club.

How to Build Golf Clubs Step 6 - Stand up and take a bow. Feel good about yourself. You have successfully built your own golf clubs.

Experiment with different combinations of tools and materials to get the club that fits you and your golfing style the best. Just make sure that you always have fun with it!

About the Author

Evan Roufeh is the creator of the web site/web community http://improving-our-golf.com. His web site offers lots of FREE, hard-to-find information on golf and golf-related subjects, product reviews, general golf articles, and the opportunity for you to get your opinion across to the rest of the golfing community.

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