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Condor Golf Club Repair
Regrip - All Brands (Custom sized to fit your hands - FREE)
Reshaft - All Brands
Re-attach Loose Club Heads
Remove Nicks / Scratches
Loft / Lie on Irons (FREE initial check of your clubs)
Golf Ball Alignment
Many golfers get into their address position by aligning the ball in the middle of the clubface believing that this will help them make contact with the ball in that same spot. Unfortunately, during the course of the golf swing, a player will alter either their body position or their hand position. In 99 out of 100 cases, the golfer will hit the ball on the far end (toe) of the club face which will cause directional problems plus loss of distance. I see this all the time when a player brings clubs in for repair. All the wear on the club face is out on the toe with very little if any visible wear in the center or inside (heel) of the face.
A very simple solution to this problem is to align the ball on the inside (heel) portion of the club face before you begin the swing. Then as you make the swing, the chances of more solid shots from the center of the face are greater. Even PGA Tour professionals do this same technique even though their ability is much better than high scoring players. This lesson should be used on ALL clubs (metalwoods, hybrids, irons, putter). You will experience more solid shots even though you made no other changes to your golf swing.
Frequently Asked Questions about Custom Clubs
1. What club length produces the longest and straightest shots?
Off-the-rack clubs are only available in one length which is normally much too long for the average golfer to use effectively. Proper Club length is based on wrist-to-floor measurement, height and most importantly, ability.
2. What shaft (brand or model) is best for your swing?
Off-the-rack clubs provide no choice of shaft...you get what the manufacturer installs in the club. We offer multiple shafts that fit your golf ability.
3. What grip (brand or texture) feels good in your hands?
Off-the-rack clubs have no options for grips...you get what comes with the club. We give you multiple choices of grips with feel ranging from soft and tacky to firm feel.
4. What grip size fits your hands?
Off-the-rack clubs come with mens (or womens) standard size grips. If you want a different size, you'll have to pay extra (if the seller even provides that service). We offer various sizes from womens standard (mens undersize) to mens x-large (+ 1/16" oversize) and everything in between.