Originally Posted by nevets88
I forgot to ask.
What equipment do I need to remove and glue the head back on myself? The local golf shop charged me 10USD for one club.
If the cost to DIY makes economical sense and it's easy enough I'll learn. I don't have a problem re-gripping my own clubs, I would guess re-attaching the head shouldn't be that much more difficult. Or is it?
you will need a utility knife to cut off the old ferrule, a propane torch to heat up the glue and remove the head from the shaft.
To reassemble everything you will need some sand paper and a club head brush to clean out the old glue bits, a new ferrule, and epoxy.
The DIY tools would probably set you back around $20 and you can probably pick up everything at a golf store. If you don't have a plumbing torch, that will set you back another $15 or so.
Be careful when applying heat. If you have heads with emblems / weights glued into the back of the head, those are likely to come out as well.