Well you can simply bend it back. But bending it has weakened the shaft, so bending it back will weaken it even more. You will need to be careful. If you cannot get it back straight you will need to get a new shaft.
No you cannot repair these. You can replace the shaft though. Although you may be happy enough to keep it as it is because it is only a cosmetic problem.
A club maker may be able to hammer out the damage internally if it is very minor and near the butt end. If this is not the case you will have to get the club reshafted.
There are two types of golf shaft- Steel and Graphite. Generally steel is used on irons, wedges and putters, whereas graphite is mainly used for drivers and fairway woods. A new type of shaft has recently evolved it is the bi-matrix shaft which is steel and graphite.
Metal golf shafts are made of steel.
Shaft is the handle of the golf club.
I assume you are talking about Project X golf shafts. A Project X shaft with a 6.5 flex is the equivilent of a stiff shaft.
The companies that make shafts for golf clubs will have a specification listed on the shaft itself such as "Stiff" of "Juniors". We call it "Flex". The flex standard may be the same on a graphite or steel shaft made by one company and nearly the same as made by another company. It is kind of like sizes for cloths. Both graphite and steel shafts come in "Stiff" flex. Companies may use the word "Mens" in place of "Stiff" or "Juniors" in place of a "not so stiff" shaft. Consult with your local Golf Coach or Golf Professional and they can explain more about the flex in a shaft or other things like "kick points" in a shaft.
my sand iron weighs 481 gm inc steel shaft
True Temper sells a uniflex steel shaft. This flex is soft, like a regular shaft but is supposed to be as stable as a stiff shaft and helps to increase the trajectory of the ball. Callaway and Nike have options for purchasing clubs with True Temper Uniflex Shafts.
it is a taylor made golf shaft that has a smaller dia at the bottom of the grip .
As I have come to understand it means the inside if the golf shaft is rifled like a gun barrel. I am currently investigating the functions and percieved benifiits of doing this and am striking out everywhere I look. The technique was first introduced, I think, by Kim Braylen and his father before Kim fouinded KBS.
No, a golf shaft will fit both right and left handed clubs.
Do you mean Fujikura? If so, then yes, Fujikura make some of the best golf shafts in Golf.
Nothing it is a brand of shaft, the specs in all shafts differ