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Refinish and reshaft a set of Penna's


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#1 Dr. Block

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Posted 04 January 2019 - 02:21 PM

I have a set of Penna's (1,3,& 5) I found on ebay last fall and I would like to have them refinished and reshafted for play this season.  I thoroughly enjoy lurking and sometimes posting in this area of the forums, so I thought I'd turn here first to hopefully find someone willing to do the work.  I expect to pay for these services, and in addition to covering freight both ways, I am more then willing to pay what is fair.  

Thanks in advance for your time, input, & help my fellow classic golfers.  

-Matt

Edit:  when I say refinish, the work will be very minimal.  With the exception of the driver that has a ding on the top of the head that needs correcting, the clubs are in playing condition as they are and really only need new shafts.

Edited by Dr. Block, 04 January 2019 - 02:44 PM.


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Posted 05 January 2019 - 08:31 AM

What shafts are you thinking about? How about some pics of the clubs?

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Posted 05 January 2019 - 04:24 PM

Thank you for your reply Robert.

I would like Dynamic Gold S400 if thatís possible, and at the same length they were made (43.5 inch driver best I could measure).  Iím not sure how many shafts are available for these type of clubs, so I would be open to suggestions if Dynamic Golds canít be made to work.

The driver is really the only club that needs correcting.  And if that could be done with just spot work, Iíd be fine with that.  I play these clubs, so Iím not too fussy about a pristine finish.

Pics:IMG_1546723399.038042.jpg IMG_1546723411.252350.jpg IMG_1546723422.836291.jpg IMG_1546723437.937671.jpg IMG_1546723446.988366.jpg IMG_1546723460.655928.jpg

Edited by Dr. Block, 05 January 2019 - 04:49 PM.


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Posted 05 January 2019 - 04:27 PM

Forgot other picture of damage towards the rear of the crown on the driver head.  Looks to be gouges out of the wood sadly IMG_1546723633.601860.jpg

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