Club Repair
The Golf Doctor is a complete repair center for all of your needs.  We have over 15 years experience adjusting and repairing golf clubs to meet your needs. In fact, the Golf Doctor has taught Club Repair to the PGA of America since 1996.  For more information click on any of the following links:  

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Regripping

Grips harden and become slippery as they age and wear out. Worn grips do not give you the opportunity to play your best. Grips that are worn may slip in your hands, which requires you to grip tighter and can promote forearm fatigue and poor tempo. A fresh grip lets you hold the club lightly without fear of losing the club during your swing. This relaxed state promotes better swing mechanics and wrist action.

The correct grip size allows you to set the club properly at the top of the backswing. A grip that is too small can cause the club face to close and lead to a hook. A grip that is too large can cause the club face to open at impact, resulting in a slice.

Different grip materials and textures offer a variety of feels to fit your individual tastes. Perhaps you prefer a softer or tackier grip, or the extra traction you get with a cord grip. We can customize your clubs with the feel and performance characteristics your game needs for added confidence in every shot.

We offer a wide selection of grips to make sure that you get the type and size that's right for you. In most cases, we will have your set regripped by the following business day.

If you play or practice at least once a week, you should have your clubs regripped at least once a year. Serious golfers and those that practice and play more than once a week, should consider regripping once to twice a year, depending on wear.


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Reshafting

The wrong shaft can lead to lost accuracy, lost distance and lost strokes. At The Golf Doctor, we have the ideal setup to make sure that you have the right shafts for your clubs. We work with every major shaft manufacturer and can reshaft almost any golf club ever made. Our goal is to find a shaft with the optimum combination of bend profile, flex, weight and torque, which delivers the clubhead into the ideal position at impact for maximum power and accuracy.

There are 2 parts to any good reshafting job; choosing the correct shaft and installing the shaft in the correct way. The best shaft in the world is still going to be difficult to hit if it's installed improperly, and even proper installation of the wrong shaft will cause you lost strokes.

Determining the correct shaft for your swing is important, and if you'd like more information about clubfitting, click here


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Custom Work

Looking for something special? The Golf Doctor offers a wide range of custom options for your golf equipment.

Shaft Stabilization
At The Golf Doctor, we use specialized equipment to make sure that every shaft we work on is installed to optimize performance and improve scores.

Take a close look at a golf shaft sometime. Your first instinct will be to think that it is round. Unfortunately, it really isn't. What you cannot see is the inside of the shaft. If you could, you'd probably be surprised. Your "round" shaft has an invisible spine (or even several spines) that might effect where the ball goes.

What is a shaft "spine" and what does it do? A shaft spine is an irregularity in a shaft that is caused when one part of a shaft wall is thicker than another or there are material inconsistencies. When these irregularities occur a shaft can bend differently in different directions, and this can cause your ball direction to vary and your shot accuracy to suffer. Even worse, most sets of clubs have shafts with spines that vary from club to club. Your 5 iron might promote a pull shot while your 6 iron might promote a push - talk about inconsistency.

Lie/Loft Adjustments
Improper lie angles often cause good golfers and good golf swings to hit misdirected shots. When you hit a golf ball, the bottom of your club needs to be parallel to the ground. If it isn't it will cause the ball to travel off line, regardless of how well you swing the club. Make sure your clubs have the correct lie and loft angles for your swing.

It's also important to have your clubs re-checked periodically. Softer clubheads can get knocked out of alignment over time from repeated use. Your swing plane can also shift over time. If you play once a week or less, have your clubs measured and your lie angle checked once a year. If you play/practice more frequently, get checked out every 6 months. At The Golf Doctor, there is no cost to measure your clubs or to test your lie angle; we only charge you for the loft or lie angles that we have to adjust on your clubs.

Club Grinding
Specialized clubhead grinds are a common request at The Golf Doctor. Some golfers are looking to alter their ball flight and want a clubhead adjusted to shift the center of gravity. Others are looking for greater versatility around the greens and want the bounce of the clubhead to be changed so that it is easier to open/close the clubface. Whatever your goals are, talk to us about the best way to accomplish them.

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