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2 years ago
2 years ago
The last round that I played I noticed that the ferrule of my 4-iron (I have 712 AP2s) is separated a significant amount from the club head.
I was wondering, what causes this to happen? This is actually the second set of irons in a row this has happened to me on. I had TM R9 TPs prior to this set and the same thing happened on my 5 and 6 irons. If anybody has any information to help me find an answer for this that'd be great.
And to the TT moderators, Cathi, Mike, etc.: How can I go about getting this fixed properly? I know a local golf shop that will fix it by heating it up with a heat gun and pushing it back down, but something tells me that's not the most proper way. And the fact that I absolutely love these irons makes want to make sure I take care of this properly. I live in the South Shore, MA area and would have no problem sending it to Fairhaven or even taking a trip there if need be. Please let me know what I can do and I thank you all in advance for the help.
I'm sorry to hear about your ferrule. It does not affect performance, but we would like to fix that for you. When you have about a week that you can be without your 4 iron, have your local shop call for a shipping tag and expedited Warranty repair. We do all our clubwork in Carlsbad, CA. and it will take about 3 days in house, 2 days to ship here and 2 days to ship back.
Do you wash your clubs in hot water ever?
i would just get a thing of epoxy and glue it back down yourself. I've done it before with no problems.