If this is gluing the shaft into the head, epoxy is best.
You need to clean the bottom of the shaft where the head will be connected to the shaft, and then you will need to use special shaft epoxy which is actually a strong two component glue which needs to be mixed thoroughly prior to use.
Shaft is the handle of the golf club.
Most golf club heads are attached with an epoxy resin glue. They are removed by heating the shaft with a torch to loosen the glue and pulling the head free. This can be performed by any proshop for a nominal fee.
NO super glue is not elmers
Use an abrasive on shaft and inside hosel, clean with acetone or alcohol, let dry, use 2 part epoxy on shaft and in hosel, join the 2 together, wipe off excess glue, allow to cure 24 hours before using.
Super glue is a name of just one type of glue.
It's possible, but their is little use. Even if you managed to get it onto the shaft of a nail as it sank into the wood, it would achieve little due to super glue's inability to make a bond to raw wood.
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If the actual head is coming off the club you can either take it to your local pro or golf shop and get them to refix the head, this is a very inexpensive process. If however the ferrule is coming lose, you can simply glue it back with shaft epoxy, however, the ferrule is used for cosmetic purposes only, so if you are unable to glue it, you do not need to worry.
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