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Depends what you mean by fix it. You can put a new shaft in it. But pretty sure that shaft is shot now but maybe one of our resident club fixers/fitters could give you a different answer. In my opinion it just looks like a reason to buy something new. Sucks if it was one of your favorites though.

 

 

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You need a new shaft. Any reputable club repair outfit can take care of removing the broken bit from the hosel..

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You need a new shaft. Any reputable club repair outfit can take care of removing the broken bit from the hosel..

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Exactly - Rest of the shaft needs to be drilled out and then a new shaft can be installed.

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What club is it? If you can't find the same shaft cheap and do the work yourself it may be worth it to just buy a new club altogether

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Get those all the time.

 

Not going into a lot of detail here but the quick answer is:

 

Use an extractor and a heat gun to remove the broken shaft from the club head. If there is not enough for the extractor to dig into/grab use a small drill bit to make some holes IN THE SHAFT material (not the club head hosel) with a bit of heat it will loosen up whatever is left. Club head will be good as new again. The shaft is toast as far as a driver, but depending on the model/stiffness, and tip cutting done, you could clean it up and use in a 5 or 7 wood.

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DTG Turner H-1 4/5/7 woods

Titleist AP1 irons

TM Tour Preferred wedges (50/54/58)

Hannah C curve putter

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Yes it is repairable.

Heat the hosel, drill out of the remaining shaft.

clean out the hosel area of any remaining debris

install a new shaft and grip and ferrulle not in that order :D

good as new

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