Golf Club Repair

The Golf Ranch has a golf club repair facility with a strong emphasis on quality workmanship and prompt turnaround times. Our golf club repair specialists Ryne, Mark, and Heinz have many years of club repair experience.  We offer the most competitive repair prices in the entire Austin area.

On-site repairs include re-grips, re-shafting, loft/lie adjustments, cut-downs, extensions, and much more.  We guarantee a repair turn around time of 24 hours (provided we have the shaft grip in stock), but many times we can take care of you while you wait if the shop is not busy.

If you enjoy the game, and play often, regular maintenance of your clubs should be a priority. The goal is to get your clubs to work to your specific characteristics, so that you are not having to work around the shortcomings of an ill-fitted club. Many people go way too long ignoring this fact, and are pleasantly surprised when they are finally fit in a custom club.

Golf Club Repair: Re-Gripping

On average, re-gripping should be done at least once a year. A functional grip is a lot more important to your game than most people realize. A slick grip will force you to grip the club tighter, and will affect your entire swing in a negative manner. Over time, grips will lose their integrity and become hard and brittle. Most rubber grips should be dull in appearance.

We offer grips and shafts by Grafalloy, Aldila, UST, Fujikura, Diamana, Graphite Design, True Temper, KBS, Golf Pride, Winn, Lamkin, Tacki Mac, and more.

Golf Club Repair: Re-Shafting

Re-shafting should only be considered after a proper fitting. There are many things to take into consideration when finding the proper shaft, like bend points, shaft deflection, swing speed, length and weight. If any of this seems somewhat daunting…don’t worry, we are more than happy to get you in the right club, and all you’ll need to do is hit a few balls, and answer a few easy questions. Being fit with the proper shaft can greatly improve your game.

Golf Club Repair: Iron Bending

Similar to re-gripping, the loft and lie of your clubs should be fitted to your personal characteristics. The “lie” is the angle of the shaft in relation to the sole of the club. It is important that club is making contact in the center of the sole, and not on the heel or toe, as this can cause you to open or close the face on impact. The “loft” of the club is the angle that determines the balls trajectory. Most times, these are determined by the factory and do not need to be adjusted unless otherwise specified by the player, or to fill certain gaps you may have in your game. Depending on the type of metal your club is composed of, you may have to have your irons checked periodically to make sure they are still set accordingly.