Can you refurbish golf drivers?

Can you refurbish golf drivers?

Touch up your driver to help your golf game shine. Being a scratch golfer is impressive, but playing with scratched golf clubs is not. If you don’t wish to take your nicked-up clubs to a pro shop for refinishing, you can repair small scratches yourself, pretty much the same way you’d touch up scratches on your car.

How much does it cost to refurbish golf clubs?

Professional Refinishing You can expect to pay around $50 per club to get them professionally refinished. This can be a fun way to bring life back into a beloved or special set. However, the cost can be price prohibitive.

Do golf drivers get better with age?

There is no evidence that golf clubs deteriorate over time. Well maintained clubs will last a lifetime. 10+ year old clubs should be checked for better options but clubs less than 5 years old do not need replacing except for wear and tear issues to which wedges and forged irons are most vulnerable.

Can you repaint golf drivers?

You can easily repaint your golf club heads at home. First, you will have to remove any existing paint from the heads. You can apply a paint remover and let it soak for a few hours before removing the old paint with a sharp object. Once it is dried, you can paint them with an epoxy-based spray can for the best results.

Can I spray paint my golf driver?

The most important things you will need are spray paint, a clear coat, and masking tape. The paint you use is best if it also has a primer in it. You will end up needing several coats of paint, but if you are just painting one driver head, one can of paint should be enough.

Is it worth refurbishing golf clubs?

When it comes to golf club refurbishment, it’s often more about improving the look of your clubs rather than their playability. If a standard cleaning won’t do, a golf club refinishing can help return your clubs closer to their original, polished state.

What is the lifespan of a golf driver?

about a five-year
A driver has about a five-year lifespan. For those who play golf often, drivers will likely have less than a five-year lifespan. Sadly, the lifespan of drivers isn’t quite as long as that of irons.

What kind of paint is used on golf drivers?

The best paint to use on golf clubs is enamel paint. Many golfers will also use acrylic paints, and those would be the next best alternative. The most important thing to consider about golf club paints is their longevity.

What golf club refurbishment services do we offer?

We offer a fabulous range of golf club refurbishment, restoration and customisation work, carrying out work on forged and cast irons, wedges and putters. Whether it’s polishing, dent removal, re-cutting of grooves or a full customisation of your putter, wedges, or irons, we’ve got you covered.

What are Timtim’s golf club refurbishment options?

Tim is proud to offer golfers the chance to restore their current golf clubs with a new lease of life with our golf club refurbishment options. With a choice of a ‘Cerekote’ oven hardened film finish or our ‘Classic Satin’ you can have your putter, wedges or irons refurbished back to a factory standard.

Why choose custompro golf for your golf repair?

At CustomPro Golf we cannot help ourselves in boasting that we have one of the largest golf repair facilities in the UK. We can offer the simple task of installing a grip, to completely refurbishing your irons. However the key to this is having a Professionally Quailifed Clubmaker with over 20 years of experience.

Can I Have my putter or wedges refurbished?

With a choice of a ‘Cerekote’ oven hardened film finish or our ‘Classic Satin’ you can have your putter, wedges or irons refurbished back to a factory standard. You also have the addition of choosing your own colour if you prefer.

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