Shaft is the handle of the golf club.
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.
It depends on the price of the shaft and the grip. Installation is typically around $20 to put the shaft in and maybe a dollar or so for the grip. With an expensive shaft and grip it could easily run you a few hundred dollars.
it is a taylor made golf shaft that has a smaller dia at the bottom of the grip .
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.
Yes you can as long as you never change your shaft again.
from my understanding, because of the shape of the bubble shaft, you have to use a Taylor made bubble grip. apparently its the only one that will fit. you can find them online.
Yes, in principle you can take a shaft out of one club and put it in another. If it's a steel shaft, it's almost certainly cheaper to just replace it with a new one. For graphite it's not beyond the capabilities of a well-equipped shop, but it would still probably be cheaper when it was all over to put a new one in the other clubhead. Unless it was a really special shaft. And I can't define "really special".
Selecting the right shaft can make or break your game. If you are not using the shaft that is fitted for you, you could be hurting your game. For a detailed answer on how shafts work, you can go to the link below. I suggest you go to a golf professional and have them fit you for a shaft.
Reshaft it with the proper length shaft, you local golf shop or professional should be able to do it for you easily and cheaply.
A golf shaft which is too stiff will cause a slice. This is because the shaft is too stiff for you to square the club face at impact. You can get custom fit to see which flex is best for you, as a shaft which is not fitted correctly can affect your game.
Nothing it is a brand of shaft, the specs in all shafts differ
If the tip diameters are the same then yes. You will need to take it to your local golf shop and they can tell you. If so they will be able to put the new head on the existing shaft very easily.
You have to replace the whole drive shaft.
Hosel is the the socket (or neck) in the head of a golf club into which the shaft is inserted.
Golf Cart Input Shafts are like parts of the golf cart that's need to be overhauled.
i need to replace the flex shaft in my weedeater. how do i do it?
There is not a lot of difference . . . only in the name.
You might "trim" or shorten the shaft of a golf club if it is too long for the person using it. Basically, the club was designed for a taller person than the one wishing to use it, but it is often cheaper to shorten the shaft of an old club than get a new shaft or new club.
Metal golf shafts are made of steel.
Torgue refers to the twisting that happens to the shaft of a club as it is swung. Not only does the shaft of a golf club flex or bend as it is swung but it twists also. A graphite shaft manufacurer that markets a shaft as having low torque for examle, is saying that the shaft is designed to resist twisting as it is swung. The theory being less torque creates a more stable clubhead at impact.
Proper golf shaft epoxy. You can buy it from some internet stores and good golf shops.