Golf Club Repairs Cork

Golf Club Repairs Workshop, Club repairs cork, new shafts, irons or graphite

Golf Club Customisation / Fittings Using Trackman Technology:

Using the latest drivers and a range of golf shafts. Using Trackman to customised a driver fitting. It’s a 1-hour session & a 30-minute follow up golf lesson. € 150.00
Mizuno, PXG or Cobra Golf Iron club fitting session for approx. 30 minutes to identify, shaft type, lie angle, club lengths and clubhead. € 50.00
The TrackMan Pro measures the full trajectory of any shot, from 6-foot pitches to 400-yard drives, pinpointing the landing position with an accuracy of 1 foot at 100 yards. Thus, delivering specific data without using any modelling. Also, TrackMan Pro displays the shot’s actual 3D trajectory together with 26 impact and ball flight data in real time. Impressive!

Fitting New Golf Grips And Replacing Golf Shafts:

Golf regripping services fitted within 24 hours. We offer a wide range of golf grips and specialized putter grips. Brands such as Golf Pride, Lamkin, Superstroke and many more, prices are per grip fitted  From € 5.00 
Replace broken shafts within 24 hours and pricing based on the shaft type From € 25.00
Buy or Trade New Driver Shafts, Brands Tour AD-BB, Project X, Aldila, Accuflex, Fujikura, Graphite Design Tour & much more From €50.00
Refit Shaft/clubhead adapters for Ping, Cobra, Mizuno, Callaway, Taylormade, Titleist & etc. per adapter € 25.00
A Range of Specialized New Clubs and Second-Hand clubs for Sale. Drop in for a chat or contact us for information. From € 120.00
We can fully replace and refit all types of golf shafts. Contact Us should you require your iron shafts to be completely refitted. We can work with you to accurately identify the correct shaft flex, shaft length and the best swing weight for your golf swing performance. From €40.00 – €250

Adjust And Check Lofts on Your Forged, Cast Metal Irons or Putter:

Loft & Lie Adjustments per club adjusted € 5.00
We check your golf club’s loft & lie angles and adjust the angles to specification
In-consistence lie-angles often cause good golf swings to send the golf shot further left or right of the golf target. Furthermore, during a normal standard flat lie golf swing and as the club head strikes a golf ball. Identifying the bottom of your clubhead or leading edge fo the club needs to be parallel to the ground on impact. This may add to the ball to travelling further off-line regardless of how well the golfer strikes the golf ball. If you use forged soft metal iron heads, make sure you regularly check your clubs for the correct lie and loft angles.