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Davie81

Driver head screw

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So I was just tightening my driver head and giving it a couple of clicks when my hand slipped when turning the wrench. It’s still clicking but is there any chance I’ve damaged the head or screw? It doesn’t look flush round all the edges of where it fits with the wrench but it could have been like that before.

Sorry I said driver. Meant 3 wood. Here’s a pic.

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Taken it off and reattached. The driver was stiff to loosen unlike the 3 w tho. Think my wrench has broken again tho. The titleist wrenches seem quite flimsy.

Meant to add the main wrench part sinks into the plastic grip.

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I'm not quite sure what I'm looking at in the picture. You stripped the head of the screw a little bit? That's not a big deal as long as there's still enough bite for the bit to grab it.

You broke the torque wrench and now it doesn't tighten as much as it used to? You're gonna need a new one.

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I'd go to golf galaxy or something and have them retighten it to see if it's the screw or not.

My guess is the wrench.  Tittie wrenches are garbage

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