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08-04-2008, 15:26   #1
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Reshafting a 2 Ball putter

Someone is giving me a Odyssey 2 Ball putter for free but it has a 29inch shaft so I will need to get it reshaft to 33 inch.

Any idea how much this will cost?

Will it have to go back to Odyssey to get done?

Which shop would be best to go to about this? Mc Guirks, Golf Works etc
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08-04-2008, 18:41   #2
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Someone is giving me a Odyssey 2 Ball putter for free but it has a 29inch shaft so I will need to get it reshaft to 33 inch.

Any idea how much this will cost?

Will it have to go back to Odyssey to get done?

Which shop would be best to go to about this? Mc Guirks, Golf Works etc
That shaft has a bend in it so I'd say they would be a special order. The easiest thing would be to take off the grip and put a "plug" in (length to your requirements) and then re-grip the club. Most places will do that for you.
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Ya as the above said, lengthing it with an extension is the best way to do it. There is no need to reshaft. Most pro's will be able to do it no bother. Should only cost about €5 plus grip.
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Do you notice any difference with the plug?
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09-04-2008, 14:20   #5
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That shaft has a bend in it so I'd say they would be a special order. The easiest thing would be to take off the grip and put a "plug" in (length to your requirements) and then re-grip the club. Most places will do that for you.
Not if it's a centre shaft. But I agree, just add an extension onto the existing shaft
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