Re-grooving and re-chroming of Clubs , any suggestions?

Steven W

Good day. I have a set of 695MB that I am absolutely married to. I live in the burbs of philadelphia. Anyone have a recommendations on businesses that re-chome and re-grove clubs?

 

Best Regards,

Steve

3 Replies

  1. Robert J

    There are 2 places that I know of that offer the services you are looking for. They are "The Iron Factory" based in Colorado, and Golfworks.

    I have used the Iron Factory in the past to "restore and rebuild" a set of Titleist Tour Model irons, and was very happy with the results.

    Others I know have used Golfworks.

    You should be able to find contact information for both online, and inquire from them directly.

  2. Carlos S

    Robert J

    There are 2 places that I know of that offer the services you are looking for. They are "The Iron Factory" based in Colorado, and Golfworks.

    I have used the Iron Factory in the past to "restore and rebuild" a set of Titleist Tour Model irons, and was very happy with the results.

    Others I know have used Golfworks.

    You should be able to find contact information for both online, and inquire from them directly.

  3. tdogg21

    Keep in mind if you have your clubs re-grooved, the new grooves will almost certainly be non-conforming.  Not sure if you play competitively or not, but if you do, that would be something to think about.

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