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Jeremie Boop

Transferring shaft from one club to another.

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I have an old driver that I no longer use that has a stiff shaft in it that I was thinking about transferring to a hybrid I have that currently has a regular flex shaft. Is it possible to do this or do you have to get specific shafts for each club for it to fit properly?

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The tip diameters would have to match.

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I assume that you are cutting the driver shaft to fit your hybrid.   Unless you are experimenting and just want to have fun wit it, I don't recommend it (I've done it a few times myself).   First, even if hosel side of shaft diameter fits, you will have problem fitting a grip on the other side.  It will likely be too loose and you may have to use a wrap tape of some kind.

Then, there is a real matter of shaft's torque & kickpoint changing when you cut down a longer shaft.

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Ok, so not really a good idea then. I looked and the driver shaft tip was slightly smaller than the hybrid shaft tip. Cutting it to the point where they match would make it an overly long hybrid.

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