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CLUBMAKING HOW-TO DEMOS

Download and watch these short clubmaking video demonstrations and tackle your project one task at a time. You can also print out a step-by-step guide as a reference.

You'll need to have Windows Media Player or Quicktime to play these videos. For instructions on downloading videos to your computer click here.

Removing & Installing Grips

Removing a Grip

Length: 2:20
Step One:
Cut off the old grip and remove the old tape.

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Installing a Grip

Length: 1:54

Step One:
Measure grip length, place double-sided tape on the shaft and peel off tape backing.

Windows Media  | QuickTime


Length: 1:06
Step Two:
Place the club in a vise and square up the face so the club is in position for grip installation.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

Length: 1:00
Step Three:
Cover the vent hole, pour solvent into the grip, shake and pour over the grip tape.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

Length: 0.55
Step Four:
Install grip, remove the club from the vise, straighten the grip and set it to dry.

Windows Media  | QuickTime
 

Club Assembly

Putter Assembly

Length: 1:06
Step One:
Sand off the chrome on the tip for shafting depth amount so epoxy will have a rough surface to adhere to.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

Length: 1:08

Step Two:
Mix the epoxy.



Windows Media  | QuickTime


Length: 1:26
Step Three:
Coat the inside of the hosel and tip of the shaft with epoxy, install shaft, wipe away excess epoxy and set the club to dry.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

Length: 1:37
Step Four:
Make sure the epoxy is hard, measure and mark the final length and cut at marked area.


Windows Media  | QuickTime

Length: 3:21

Step Five:
Install the grip on the putter.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

   
Iron / Wedge Assembly (with steel shaft)

Length: 2:39
Step One:
Tip trim the shaft for your club. Sand the chrome off the tip of the shaft to prepare for installation.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

Length: 2:18
Step Two:
Ferrule Installation and Shafting - Mix epoxy and install the ferrule and shaft.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

Length: 1:32

Step Three:
Measure, mark length, cut the butt end of shaft and install grip.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

     
Metal Wood Assembly (with graphite shaft)

Length: 1:14
Step One:
Use surface conditioning strips to abrade the tip of the shaft to prepare for installation.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

Length: 1:30
Step Two:
Mix epoxy, and then install the ferrule and shaft.


Windows Media  | Play

Length: 1:32
Step Three:
Measure, mark length, cut the butt end of shaft and install grip.

Windows Media  | QuickTime

     
 
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