He's got all that, has tried a heat gun and it still won't pull out. He is going to do the drill press next. This is not his first time removing a shaft, just the first time one has caused him serious grief.
I noticed, but that was the only set of numbers they have on their site. The only information I have on their testing is that it was done by a low single digit handicap golfer (no specifics).
I am counting down the days till our local simulator opens back up (the club only opens it in the winter) so I can try a few of these small companies balls and see how they really compare to the big boys for my swing (I'll probably just realize how inconsistent I am)
Not really, the club heads are held in a hosel jig and clamped tight and most club repair guys use a drill press for precise drilling.
A dremel tool clean cuts the old shaft flush before the club head is bored.
A home repair with an electric drill is more challenging but often done by many.