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This might sound silly but wanted to check this out before I contact the store. I bought a call away X2 hot driver in October and recently the head screw came loose so I tightened it and all seems okay. At the range today and when I leant the club against the wall you can hear a sound like a metallic vibration. The pro at the range said it's not a head rattle and he gave it a dunt with the grip end and he heard it also but didn't think it was anything serious. Is it...
Thing is I remember seeing them clicking it in.
It's the screw for taking the head off and adjusting loft etc. Possible that the pro where I bought it didn't screw it in properly I guess.
Noticed tonight that my callaway X2 hot driver head screw had came loose. Screwed back in and seems okay but is it normal for the screw to loosen off after a few rounds or range sessions?
Also how would I know if it was damaged? Would it be visible?
Nah it was literally a tiny bit. It wasn't like it bent right back or anything.
Cool, thanks for clarifying that. It said on the forum I read that you can damage the fibres etc.
Im not clued up on the technical side of clubs but is it normal for them to have a bit of bend in them unlike steel shafts?
I recently bought a new driver in a stiff flex and ive got a query although I accept this will probably sound stupid. I accidentally managed to lean on the shaft and although it never snapped it did bend ever so slightly and then back into its normal look when I moved. Ive read that I could have damaged it internally and im wondering if this is the case or am I being stupid and the shaft will have some give in it with being graphite.
My bad fault is to lean back on my downswing which results in thin or sliced shots. I've noticed the last few range sessions that by trying to feel the weight go into my left heel on the downswing that my irons are a bit better but woods still not so great. Is this a good idea or am I opening myself up to more swing issues? Im a right hand player btw. If this is ok, should I also be doing this with my woods?
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