Golf Club Upgrades

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Upgrade Your Clubs For Better Performance

 

xxThe Golf Shaft Is The Most Important Part Of ANY Golf Club

 

Golf Shafts

 

Whether you need a damaged Golf Shaft replaced or Upgraded, Brians Golf Works can meet your needs. 
We stock over 200 Shafts for Irons, Wedges, Drivers, Woods, Hybrids and Putters. 
Our Golf Shaft Services include Shaft Spining, Shaft Length Adjustments and Swingweight changes.
We stock Shaft Adapters for many Woods & Drivers with Adjustable Shafts. 

Shaft Spine Alignment - Studies have shown that shaft spine alignment increases sweet spot hits by more than 50% for high handicappers, almost 40% for mid-handicappers, and almost 30% for low handicappers and professionals.

Brians Golf Works offers Shaft Upgrades for all Clubs.  We can replace your golf shafts for a better fitting design to change ball flight or increase consistency and control.

 

 

Adjust the Loft & Lie of your Irons

 

The Loft angle of a club determines the Launch angle of the ball.  It is the determining factor of distance (yardage).  Generally each club from 3 iron to Wedges decreases four degrees in loft from club to club. We can adjust the Loft Angle of your irons to fine tune them to your game.  Need to get a few more OR less yards from an iron.  A Loft angle adjustment can accomplish that goal.
Lie Angle - The sole of the Iron or Wedge should impact the ground directly in the center of the club during a golf shot.  If the Toe or Heel hit the ground that can cause the shot to go Right or Left of Target.  There are two types of Lie Calculations.  One is to use your Wrist-to-Floor measurements.  This is a generic reading and not very accurate.  We use the Dynamic Lie Test by having you hit Irons on a Lie Board.  The Lie Board “marks” the sole of your clubs indicating where the club impacts the ground (Toe, Heel or Center). Using this test we can accurately adjust your Irons and Wedges to the correct Lie Setting.

 

 

Change the SwingWeight of your Irons, Driver, Woods, Hybrids or Putter

 

Swingweight is important as each iron should have the same “feel”.  This is important as it makes your Irons feel consistent from club to club. The exceptions are your Wedges which are heavier in succession from PW through LW. If your clubs Swingweights do not match, they will not have the same “feel” during your swing.
The SwingWeight of clubs can be adjusted to make your clubs heads feel lighter or heavier.  Weight can be added or removed from the head or butt of the shaft (grip end) to adjust the SwingWeight of the club.

 

 

Install the Correct Grips

 

The grip is an important component of the golf club as it is the only part of the club that you touch during a swing. 
Grips are made of materials that age and wear as a function of time and use. Heat, dirt and oils from your hands as well as the elements age your grips.
The traction that a fresh grip provides lets you hold the club with the proper grip pressure without the subconscious fear of losing the club during a swing.  This relaxed state promotes proper swing mechanics and wrist action.  A worn grip causes you to grasp the club tighter, causing arm and wrist tension that inhibits proper swing mechanics and leads to a loss of power and control. 
We offer a large selection of grips in all styles and sizes.

 

 

 

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Brians Golf Works
Peekskill NY 10566 
914-810-1340