Reshafting

Your golf clubs have a big impact on your golf performance so making sure they fit you right is super important. Having the right shaft on your golf club can help you have a better shot and more power. Knowing when to reshaft your golf clubs is important to ensure you are playing at your best.

How do I know when to reshaft my golf clubs?

There are two occasions when you’ll need to reshaft your clubs. The first one is pretty obvious – when the shaft breaks. If a shafts breaks, then it’s beyond repair and you’ll need to replace it.

One reason you might need to reshaft your golf club is if your shaft breaks. A second reason is if your ball course changes dramatically. If you are hitting the ball the same way you always have and it’s not giving you the desired outcome then you may need a new shaft.

You may also need to reshaft your golf clubs if your experience and performance have changed. If you were fitted for clubs as a beginner and are now more skilled, you may need to reshaft your clubs. Your clubs were fitted to you as a beginner and your power, skill and precision have changed therefore your shafts need to change to help you continue to grow your skills.

Reshafting is just one of the ways you can make sure you are performing at your best. If you believe your golf clubs need more help you could also look into regripping or lie/loft adjustments.
It is best to have your clubs reshafted by a professional. At Kelly’s Golf we will work with you to figure out the right shaft for your golf game. Working with a professional allows you to ensure you are getting the perfect fit and can play at your best.

As Of Friday June 26th at 5pm:

The Executive order 147 Extends Executive Order 141’s Safer At Home restrictions and requires people, with some exceptions, to wear face coverings in public when social distancing is not possible.

WE CAN PROVIDE MASK IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE! 

https://www.nc.gov/covid-19/covid-19-executive-orders

Here are Some Key FAQ’s That Kelly’s Golf of Greensboro would like you to be aware of before entering our establishment.

How long will North Carolina be in Safer at Home Phase 2?

The state will continue to be in Phase 2 until 5:00 pm on July 17, 2020.

What are some of the exceptions for wearing face coverings? A face covering does not need to be worn by a worker, customer, or patron who meets one of the following exceptions: • Should not wear a face covering due to any medical or behavioral condition or disability (including, but not limited to, any person who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious or incapacitated, or is otherwise unable to put on or remove the face covering without assistance); • Is under eleven years of age; • Is actively eating or drinking; • Is strenuously exercising; • Is seeking to communicate with someone who is hearing-impaired in a way that requires the mouth to be visible; • Is giving a speech for a broadcast or to an audience; • Is working at home or is in a personal vehicle; • Is temporarily removing his or her face covering to secure government or medical services or for identification purposes; • Would be at risk from wearing a face covering at work, as determined by local, state, or federal regulators or workplace safety guidelines; • Has found that their face covering is impeding visibility to operate equipment or a vehicle; and/or • Is a child whose parent, guardian, or responsible person has been unable to place the face covering safely on the child’s face. No proof or documentation is required if an individual falls into an exception category

When should I wear a cloth face covering? You should wear face coverings when in public places, particularly when those locations are indoors or in other areas where physical distancing is not possible. Under this Order, face coverings are required in retail businesses, restaurants, personal care and grooming businesses, and several other settings.

How should I wear a cloth face covering? Be sure to place the face covering over your nose and your mouth and keep it in place at all times while you wear it. Be careful not to touch your eyes, nose, and mouth when removing or adjusting a face covering and wash hands immediately after removing or adjusting.

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