Golf club repair, regripping, clubmaking, driver re-shafting, and other club repair services. Par Golf is the world’s largest golf superstore for golf clubs, golf equipment, golf accessories, golf gear, golf clothing and apparel.
Our golf club repair service includes: re-shafting, re-gripping, length adjustments and lie/loft adjustments. We can also custom fit new clubs to your exact specifications. The cost of our repairs are the best in town.
We only use the highest quality parts; our goal is for you to be proud of the work we have done.
R&R Golf Club Repair, LLC is committed to providing the highest quality golf club repair and regripping workmanship to all golfers. I specialize in standard and custom-fit clubs.
The key to my success is a lifelong love of golf and a genuine interest in helping others enjoy the game. As the owner of R&R Golf Club Repair, LLC, I guarantee your satisfaction on every job, large or small.
I am an experienced golfer who has played the game for over 30 years. I have been a member of several country clubs, as well as a regular at many public courses. I also enjoy playing with fellow members of the PGA Tour. In addition, I am a member of the United States Golf Association (USGA) and have been for many years.
Don’t waste your money on expensive golf club repair equipment. You can do all the repairs yourself with a simple, low-cost kit.
1x adjustable wrench (a pipe wrench is even better)
1x set of Allen wrenches
4x bolts for your favorite head, plus nuts and washers
2x fake turf squares, 8″ x 8″, non-directional (“grass” side and “dirt” side)
3x glue sticks for a hot glue gun
1x roll of duct tape (or any other strong, stinky tape)
We at R Golf continue to offer our services as one of the most professional club repair companies in the industry. We are known for our accurate, timely and creative work.
We can redesign your old clubs or provide you with new custom-built clubs to help you improve your game and lower your scores. Our services range from simple re-gripping to bending and building new golf clubs. We also provide loft and lie adjustments, re-shafting, shaft lengthening/shortening, swingweight adjustments, length adjustments and more.
Our prices are very reasonable for the quality of work we do. We believe our prices are among the best in the business, and we guarantee our workmanship.
Please call us at (817) 741-4653 or (214) 906-0191 or email us at email@example.com if you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment with one of our club fitters.
In our shop we see a lot of the same problems. I’ll describe the four most common, along with the most likely culprits. If you have a problem that seems like it can’t be fixed, don’t give up yet! Golf clubs are very sturdy and usually easy to repair.
The shaft is bent
This is by far the most common problem I see in golf clubs. The first step in diagnosing a bent shaft is to check for obvious signs of damage. If there are scratches along the length of the shaft or if one end of the shaft looks like it was squashed in a vise, then you probably have a bent shaft on your hands. The next step is to look at where the club head meets the shaft: if it is off-center, chances are very good that your club is damaged.
If your club has a graphite shaft with no obvious signs of damage, this does not mean that you’re out of luck! Graphite is very strong and very flexible, so even if it looks fine, there could still be something wrong (especially if you were playing with rented clubs). You can test for this by pushing down on your club head and seeing how much flex there is in your graphite shaft. If you can push
Is the face too close to the ball at impact? Do you have a closed or open clubface at impact? The face has to be square when striking the ball. I could go on and on about all of the things that can happen in your swing. But, if you are having problems with your swing, I would highly recommend taking it to a professional golf club repair shop to have it checked out.
Golf Club Repair starts in the golf shop. Before purchasing your Golf Clubs make sure they fit your body correctly. A professional golfer will measure your height, weight, wrist to floor measurement and hand size to determine what length shaft you need and what type of grip is right for you.
I hope this information helps you with making a good decision on purchasing your golf clubs!