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How do you measure the shaft length of your club?

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2010-01-08 15:46:19
2010-01-08 15:46:19

All golf clubs are measured in inches. Just a shaft is simply measured top to bottom. When a golf club is assembled, with a head and grip, an iron is measured from the top butt end of the grip to the bottom of the hosel. When a wood is being measured it should be measured to the closest point of the sole to the hosel.

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