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#1 11-01-2016 11:36:42

Registered: 19-10-2015
Posts: 54

Happy New Year

Had a Popplewell driver missing most of the hosel.  Put head end in plastic bag, then in boiling water for 20 minutes. Shaft slid out. Refitted shaft with slow drying epoxy (Parfix).  Sanded part of a broken shaft and collected sawdust.  Mixed sawdust with PVA glue (Wellbond) to a paste, and formed new hosel.  Let dry for 2 days and sanded to shape.  Completed staining, polyurethane and whipping.  Hit it a few times and still holding together..........

Have a few clubs, mostly junk, but all playable.


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