Club Making Supplies
The GolfWorks Industry offers secrets and tips from to help you master your clubmaking. We offer information on regripping golf clubs, reshafting steel clubs and graphite clubs, trimming golf shafts, building golf clubs, golf tool instructions, golf grip sizing, OEM Hybrid guide, articles and editorials along with may other topics. Expert How-to's for the golfer looking to make their own clubs. We offer low prices on clubs, shafts, grips Engineered for superior performance.
At Clubmaking, we provide the user with the most comprehensive tutorial on clubmaking on the Web. We offer information such as community golf news, reshaft information, taper tip, grips senior golf, lightweight, graphite, backyard putting greens, a blog and launch and spin charts. Sign up for our golf newsletter or golf catalog.
For over 40 years Golfsmith has been the recognized educational leader in the golf industry for clubmaking, club repair and custom club fitting. Golfsmith started the very first clubmaking and repair training school back in 1970 and has trained thousands of aspiring clubmakers from all over the world at our state-of-the-art facility in Austin, Texas. Learning how to build golf clubs may seem intimidating at first, but thousands of golfers have started a great hobby after attending Golfsmith's Complete Clubmaker's Training School. Our large classroom, workbench facilities and limited class sizes allow Golfsmith's veteran instructors (with over 150 years of experience in the industry) to spend the majority of time facilitating your ability to learn the craft.
How to Regrip a Golf Club
A golf club grip is designed to give your club a precise, sure feel. As a grip ages, it hardens and becomes smooth. A new grip will restore your club's performance. Many people send their clubs to a shop for regripping. But you can do the job yourself and take pride in personalizing your equipment.
You may have only recently begun to play golf or you may already be life long fan of the game. Regardless of your experience, if you are hooked like I am, you already know that golf clubs can be pretty expensive. Of course, being the techie that I am, I drool over the latest and greatest clubs. Unfortunately, the best clubs are hundreds if not thousands of dollars for a set of irons. Sure, you can buy used but you'll can still shell out $500 for a used set of Callaway or Taylormade irons that may or may not suit you. So, after quite a bit of research and shopping on eBay, I've built a high-end set of irons made specifically for me for about the same price as a cheap Walmart set. You can buy all the components from one place like GolfWorks or Golfsmith, or shop around on eBay. In the end you'll have a set of custom clubs that you'll be happy to talk about and use as the reason for your great (or poor) performance on the course.
International Clubmakers' Guild
Founded October 2008, the International Clubmakers Guild (ICG) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization designed to service golf clubmakers, club fitters, club repairmen, PGA Professionals, swing teachers, suppliers, equipment designers, engineers and scientists from every aspect of the golf industry. Whether you're a professional club maker, club fitter, hobbyist or just interested in learning more about building golf clubs and golf club fitting - the ICG welcomes you.
The ICG is 100% independent, member-owned and operated. Our members determine the organization's benefits, programs and deliverables. Non-profit member organization designed to service golf clubmakers, club fitters, club repairmen, PGA Professionals, swing teachers, suppliers, equipment designers, engineers and golf scientists from every aspect of the golf industry.
Maltby Play Better Golf
Building your own golf clubs Is one great hobby because everyone needs to relax and do something that they enjoy. Many jobs are stressful and many are not, but we simply need to get away from work occasionally to expand our horizons and maybe, just maybe, we can learn about building your own golf clubs which may be something new for you and you may have some fun in the process. The only reason that I am in the golf business today was simply my desire to learn more about the sport I loved. Unfortunately, back in the 1960’s it was impossible to obtain any information about the technical aspects of golf clubs. The only information I found was a small booklet about golf club repair written by Kenneth Smith. The problem with the book was that it had very little information in it and was terribly outdated. This is not the case today. Anyone looking for technical information on golf clubs has numerous books, videos and articles to read over and has the potential to learn as much or more about golf clubs than many of the people who are currently in the golf business.