How do you extend the length of a golf club?
You need to take the old grip and tape off the golf club, then you cut a shaft extension to size and then with shaft epoxy glue it in place, this is because the rules state that any extension must be fixed. Then let that dry for about 20 minutes or so and then just regrip it as normal.
Well that depends on your height. The standard measurement for the proper club length uses your height and the "wrist-to-floor" distance. With this measurement and your height, you can determine the correct club length for you. For example, Male Height - 6.0' Wrist to Floor - 36" Your club length should be +.25 " longer than standard length. If you visit a golf shop they should be able to help properly measure your length.
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Yes. It's simple physics, to an extent, the further the force is applied away from the pivot (the hands) the more force is generated. The maximum length of a golf club is 48 inches. It does depend which loft is on the club. Consider two identical drivers, one with a 44 inch shaft and one with a 48 inch shaft, the 48 inch driver would hit the ball father.