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Repairing irons???!?!

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Hello,

I must firstly confess to mistreating my equipment, something that I am certainlt not overly proud of.. I am i now sad possesion of 3 irons that have the head leaning back or shaft bent a little... You may take me task over my immaturity on the course..

At this stage was wondering whether I should but some new cheapies as I'm a beginner, or should I get them fixed... The clubs are a few years old Henry Griffit blades clubs..Can your ave gold club fix bent shafts, as well as heads that are bent??

Appreciate any input, if only to humiliate me and pay out on me!!

Any ideas on costings as well, sincerely appreciated.

Cheers guys.

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Play without the club until you either quit the game or learn to control you temper.

A bent shaft will need to be replaced. But maybe you can carry that club as your tossing club. I used to carry one club that I used to hit when my ball was in the desert. You can have one club for anytime you feel the need to behave like a three year old.

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You can get a club reshafted for the cost of (new shaft + reshafting labor + new grip).

IF you've got three damaged. you would be better off to get a set of good-quality used irons. Just start over, and work to control your temper.

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I agree with replacing the clubs. Get some heavy duty Golfsmith brand beginners clubs like Zevo. They are guranteed for life. I replaced 3 shafts broken at the hosel, no charge and no questions asked.
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