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    Seeking Advice On Re-Shafting A Scotty

    Hello all,

    Hoping to get some veteran advice on how best to replace a shaft in a Scotty.

    I have a Studio Stainless Newport 2.5 that I have had for over a decade. The shaft got caught in my trunk and how has a pretty significant bend in it and I need to get it replaced.

    I know I can send it back to the custom shop, but would prefer not to go this route as I find their timeline for return extremely lengthy. I asked Golf Town if they would do it and they refused, not quite sure why exactly though.

    Does anyone have any other suggestions on how/where to get the shaft replaced for the best price in the most reasonable amount of time?

    Thank you.

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    From my quick Google it looks like the flare tip might not be a standard size which is probably why Golftown didn't want to do it.

    If you take it to Golfworks on Industrial or if you have a set of digital calipers you can measure it to confirm. If it's a standard flare tip size then you can get it replaced no problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jvincent View Post
    From my quick Google it looks like the flare tip might not be a standard size which is probably why Golftown didn't want to do it.

    If you take it to Golfworks on Industrial or if you have a set of digital calipers you can measure it to confirm. If it's a standard flare tip size then you can get it replaced no problem.
    Thanks for the response. If it is a flare tip, which I think it may be when comparing it to my other putters, what options do I have?

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    Golfworks sells a flare tip shaft, the question is whether it's the right size.

    You can measure it yourself if you have the calipers or take it in to them.
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    This shaft fits flare tip scotties. Golfworks will install it for you, they are located just down the street from the trainyards golftown.



    https://www.golfworks.ca/true-temper...aft/p/tt0004p/

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