Can you add length to golf clubs?

How much does it cost to lengthen golf clubs?

Lengthen Shaft ($5.99 Steel or $6.99 Graphite per club*):

Most irons, putters, and woods can have length added to the existing shaft. *Save grip Fee may apply.

Should I add length to my golf clubs?

Because golf is a game of repetition and your swing should not vary in most circumstances, your stance will be the same. It doesn’t matter how tall you are if you have a deeper crouch in your swing because your wrists will then be closer to the ground, which means you need slightly shorter clubs.

Can you add length to Irons?

Irons. Irons’ lengths are stepped down 1/2 inch each from the 3-iron to the pitching wedge. Master clubmaker Ralph Maltby says that adding 1/2 inch length can add about 5 to 7 yards in distance for irons.

What happens if golf clubs are too short?

What Happens When Golf Clubs Are Too Short? For most golfers, having clubs that are too short will be better than if they’re too long, but can still result in inconsistent shots. Clubs that are too short will make you stand bent over, which can cause back pain. You’ll also have the tendency to push the ball a lot.

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How much does it cost to get irons lengthened?

Expect to pay anywhere between $40-$100 reshafting a graphite shaft, if the shaft is steel expect to pay anywhere between $20-$75 per shaft, every replacement shaft needs a new grip which costs $8-$15, and labor costs $5-$35 depending on where you live.

How far should you hit a 7 iron?

The average distance golfers hit each club varies widely. A PGA Tour player hits a 7-iron between 172-215 yards.

Average Distances for PGA Tour Players.

Club Average Distance
7 Iron 172 – 215 yds
8 Iron 160 – 200 yds
9 Iron 148 – 185 yds
Pitching Wedge 136 – 170 yds

Does lengthening a golf club change the lie angle?

The lie angle will automatically change if clubs are lengthened. Only slightly but it will change. There is no such thing as standard lie as all the manufacturers generally are different. The lie angle that is correct for you can only be tested dynamically – i.e. via a pro or fitter on a lie board hitting golf balls.

How long should golf clubs be for 6 2?

For example, for a golfer that stands 6’2” and has a wrist-to-floor of 39”, the recommendation for proper club length would be 1/2” longer than standard length.

How do I know if my irons are too short?

6 Signs Your Golf Clubs are Too Short

  1. You need to bend too much at the waist before swinging.
  2. You also have to bend your knees pre-swing.
  3. You keep hitting the ball with the golf club’s heel.
  4. The swing path is in to out.
  5. The tempo is too quick.
  6. The ball tends to veer off to the right.
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Do longer irons go further?

Shaft length is certainly a factor in how far you hit a given club. However, some clubs benefit more than others. Installing longer shafts in wedges and short irons will almost always result in more distance, as most players have little trouble swinging the shorter clubs.

Does longer shaft mean longer drives?

The results consistently showed the longest distances come from the longest shafts, but they don’t come that often.” Stachura says. Lengthening your driver shaft might sound like a quick and easy way to add 20 yards to your tee ball, but it’s generally a bad idea for average golfers.