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Club Building.... Your best tips/tricks of the trade!!


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Posted 06 March 2013 - 11:13 PM

If you are ever working with composite heads with Titanium faces (Cally and Cobra come to mind), you want to wrap the head with a wet towel (rag, not paper) prior to heating the hozel. (similar to above reference with a ferrule).  The bond between the comp heads and titanium faces and soles could be compromised if you don't.  It's happened to me.

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