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Re-Grooving

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So I have never heard of this before, and I saw this on a golf site, its called a groove sharpener. What is the point of this? Anyone do this regularly?

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I would worry that after a few sessions, you might have non-conforming grooves.

 

To keep grooves conforming, contact a shop that does golf club refurbishing. They can redo the faces (if not too damaged) and repaint the trim for you.

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Mostly I'm asking because I've never heard of re grooving, what does this do and is it something I should get done regularly
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Originally Posted by Slowcelica View Post its called a groove sharpener. What is the point of this? Anyone do this regularly?

 

nothing a 1 dollar metal saw would'nt do I think. used one to deepen an almost totally disapered bottom grouve on a wockey sand wedge and it worked fine.

 

yet if you use a groove sharpener be carefull of the result on width of grooves which are limited by rules.

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