He has a puller that screws down into the shaft and pulls it from the hostel. He's put new heads and shafts on well over 100 clubs and this is the first true problem he's had. The heat gun generally softens the epoxy enough for extraction.
There are plenty of threads here about putting.
3 keys to better putting
If you want to work on the starting line, buy a metal yard stick with a hole on one end and practice putting the ball down the yard stick.
Honestly, I feel like I'm hitting a little of everything. When at the range off mats, I tend to graze the bottom which I can tell from the feedback of the rubber tee's. When on the course/grass, I tend to top the ball. I have noticed my heel shots as the ball direction is unmistakable. Off to the left, sharp and extremely short and low. I hit far better shots with my Hybrids than almost any club. Then my wedges, then irons. Driver, the least well. I think I'm trying too many setup and swing techniques almost trying too many corrections. I over pivot a bit and struggle with stable feet tending to come up on the ball of my left foot. I played baseball for nearly 14 years so I'm trying to keep from feeling like I'm stepping (or want to step).
So, my next real question... is it worth it to try and replace the shafts if the manufacturer ignores me? I never really hit the GBB as I'd just bought it. The XR16 definitely felt the best, went the longest and gave me the most confidence. The Ping G SFT, I also didn't hit more than a few times but I enjoyed it. I'll try and post some pics of the leftovers and driver murder scene. "Driver-homicide" is going to be my new nickname. Thanks Lihu!
I've always struggle on short putts and it is why I'm here. Well, when I'm witha shot putt, I realized that my backswing is not Ok, I do not feel that the line stays correct, it seens that my hand shake. There is something that I can do? Change my putting grip?