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    Shotmaker Johnyc is on a distinguished road
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    New shaft in 4 wood

    Looking for a shaft/grip for my ping g25 4 wood. Snapped on me this week. I love the club head and am wondering if there is a pathway forward to having this done vs just buying a new club? Please let me know if this is something someone can do (remove my old shaft, put in a used replacement with grip). I live in riverside south. Please message me with any ideas.

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    Arrow shooter Chieflongtee is on a distinguished road Chieflongtee's Avatar
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    i could pull the head for you but I don't have the shaft
    I would check with Golfworks on Industrial.
    Look at page 4 of this PDF

    https://store-k9nvqai7wz.mybigcommer...ments/Ping.pdf

    They could suggest a compatible shaft to match or come close to your TFC 189F

    GolfWorks Canada
    855 Industrial Avenue
    Ottawa, ON K1G 4L4
    1-800-387-5331


    Or give Golf Logics a call and see if they can help you out.

    Address: 1292 Wellington St. W Lower Unit / Basement, Ottawa, ON K1Y 3A9

    Phone: (613) 514-0113

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    Shotmaker Johnyc is on a distinguished road
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    Thank you for the information; greatly appreciated. Iíd be happy with any used stiff shaft. I donít think Iím good enough for it to really matter. Definitely prefer something heavier, but donít need anything brand new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnyc View Post
    Thank you for the information; greatly appreciated. Iíd be happy with any used stiff shaft. I donít think Iím good enough for it to really matter. Definitely prefer something heavier, but donít need anything brand new.
    Hello,

    If you would like to give me a call at the shop I am sure I can help you out with what you need.

    Happy to hear from you anytime.

    John

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    I may have that shaft , I'll check and get back to you and you can have it installed by Chief or whimever you want
    Lefty Lucas
    I am abidextrous, I once golfed right-handed and now I shoot left-handed just as badly!

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