Premium Golf Club Repairs
Bolton Performance Golf operates from a custom-built teaching facility. A perfect place for golf club repairs. Located on the practice range at Rosebud Country Club, it has all you need. A two hundred plus metre driving range, chipping and putting and practice bunker.
Golf club repairs include the following services:
- shaft replacement and adjustments
- re-gripping of shafts
- loft and lie adjustments
- swing weight adjustments
All golf club repairs are performed on site in the academy workshop. Matt Bolton, a certified PGA Member carries out all club repairs. We stock a full range of grips including putter and arthritic grips.
Golf Club Adjustment
Having an incorrect “lie” on your irons will affect your accuracy. If the head of the iron is too flat (the toe points down) it can drag on the grass. This acts as a pivot and causes the plane of the face to tilt towards the right. The ball will then start right.
If the lie is too upright, the heel of the club will dig in. This causes the ball to go left. Having established the correct “lie” for your clubs Matt can make the adjustments required.
The “loft” on your irons impacts on the distance you can obtain from your clubs.
If your clubs have not been custom fitted it is possible that the “loft and lie” is not consistent. This will impact on accuracy and distance.
Swing weight adjustment
Swing weight is not an absolute measurement of weight. It is the relationship between the amount of weight in the bottom two thirds of a golf club. Compared to the top third of a golf club.
From a player’s perspective this translates to how the weight of the club “feels” during a player’s swing. If the club is too heavy the player will find it hard to swing and will tire during the round. Conversely a club that is too light will be harder to control and keep on the correct path throughout the swing.
An incorrect swing weight for an individual’s swing and tempo will lead to increased off centre strikes. This gives the player inconsistent results.
The factors that impact the swing weight of a club are:
- The weight of the clubhead
- The weight of the grip
- The length of the club
- The weight of the shaft
It is important to remember that changing any of the factors listed above will change the swing weight. This then changes and the feel of the club. Have you changed any of the above elements? You should have the swing weight of your clubs checked and adjusted if necessary. See Bolton Performance Golf for premium gold club repairs