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Can i use a driver with a crack on the head or it's risky?

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Hi all,

i've an old Callaway X-Hot Driver with a small crack on the head; i wasn't hitting it very well so i simply put it away and used a mini driver or 5 wood since; now my swing is a bit improving and i wanted to try to use the driver again, but before buying a new one i wanted to practice a little. Can i use this driver with that crack, or there is the risk that the head will break into a million pieces and hurt someone nearby? I know i'd be losing performance, but i want to use it just to test my swing with a driver i used to hit very well when i first bought it. Putting some tape on the crack could help or makes no sense?
Thanks 

Dani

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That's a pretty good sized crack, I wouldn't be using that at all to be honest. You may be able to find that head very inexpensively online if you liked it and want to re-use the shaft. 

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It’s junk. The club won’t explode as you suggest; it just won’t work. It relies on the integrity of the whole and if one portion is compromised it’s useless.

Toss it in the bin, it’s rubbish.


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Thanks for the answers guys. I just wanted to use it on the range, but i guess is useless anyway also for that... I'll try to find another solution.

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