How long can you extend a golf club?

How long can you extend a golf club?

The maximum length you can add is up to an inch and a half and not over cause there is a risk of compromising the integrity of the shaft, which can make it break easily. An extension can be used in lengthening the golf club where it is fitted in the butt end of the shaft, and once dried, the golf club can be cut to the preferred length.

Does lengthening the shaft of a golf club affect accuracy?

As a general rule, lengthening any club’s shaft will reduce your accuracy with that club. The longer the club, the more difficult it becomes to hit the ball solidly.

Can you extend a golf shaft?

Extending a golf shaft is a useful technique to have if you are buying used clubs, or if you are experimenting with different club lengths. If you know how to cut a golf shaft or how to extend it, you don’t ever have to worry about purchasing the correct length of clubs on Ebay or other used club marketplaces.

Do club extenders affect accuracy?

However, using extenders to lengthen a club will change the flex of the club, sometimes by an unpredictable amount. Not only does the shaft become more flexible than before, thus further affecting accuracy, but it lowers the kick (or bend) point of the shaft.