Repairing dents in a golf club cannot be done, and unfortunately, you'll need to replace whatever club part the dent is on. Know what to do if you get a dent or kink in your golf club with advice from a professional golf instructor in this free video on golf clubs.
Hello this is Conan Elliott and I'm Director of Instruction here at Camas Meadows Golf Club in Camas, Washington. Today we're going to talk about how to repair the dents in your golf clubs. It is according to where the dent is. If you get a dent in a shaft, that is say a metal shaft that would be a knick or a kink in it, then that shaft definitely has to be replaced. It has to be pulled and a new shaft put in. You cannot repair the dent in a shaft, almost the same thing in the head of a club. You get a dent like this club actually came in a struck a ball on the bottom, put a big dent in it. Sometimes we get dents on the top. Those actually cannot truly be repaired by your average person that does club repair. They need to be sent back to the factory. There may be a couple if you go online that refinish the head. As you can see, this head is starting to peel a little. That can be refinished by the factory or by a few people in the country that go about refinishing club head, metal club heads but the dent really needs to be sent back to the factory. If it's been within a year and you caused it you are probably going to have to pay to get that done but actually it does affect the way the club works. It affects the dynamics of it, the center of gravity of it. So it does need to be addressed but truly you can't just go out and pound it out or fix it. It is something that needs to be sent back to the manufacturer and usually it has to be replaced to get that done. This is Conan Elliott and that's how you repair or get fixed the dents in a golf club.