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where to grind wedge?

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called golf shop. They charge more than the club to grind. Anyway I can grind for free or super super cheap?

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Originally Posted by golf55

called golf shop. They charge more than the club to grind. Anyway I can grind for free or super super cheap?

I've changed the grind on my wedges several times with a disc grinder with a 4 inch disc, a sand paper flapper wheel, and a buffer.

They always looked and performed like I wanted when I was finished. I've been working with metal my whole life but I think anyone with a few tools and a little bit of skill and knowledge of what they wanted could do it. I would probably practice on an old club I didn't care about the first time.

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Originally Posted by MS256

I've changed the grind on my wedges several times with a disc grinder with a 4 inch disc, a sand paper flapper wheel, and a buffer.

They always looked and performed like I wanted when I was finished. I've been working with metal my whole life I but think anyone with a few tools and a little bit of skill and knowledge of what they wanted could do it. I would probably practice on an old club I didn't care about the first time.

only power tools I have is power drill. I would love to do it myself but I don't have any tools to work with.

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I've never ground any wedges but you will probably want an angle grinder.  You can find a cheap one at Harbor Freight, Northern Tools or a Pawn Shop.  One can be had for less than $20.

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Originally Posted by UpDown

I've never ground any wedges but you will probably want an angle grinder.  You can find a cheap one at Harbor Freight, Northern Tools or a Pawn Shop.  One can be had for less than $20.

thanks! how do I set up a wedge to use the angle grinder?

what kind of wheel should I buy?

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