The hosel is the part between the club face and ferrule.
It is called the ferrule.
You must mean the ferrule of a club. You can usually knock it back into position with a hammer etc. But if you want a long term fix you can use super glue, or do it properly with golf club epoxy.
Do you mean the piece that is between the head and the shaft? If so that is called the ferrule.
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.
Thorney Park Golf club is the friendly golf club house in Iver.
A ferrule is the little plastic thing directly above the head of a golf club. You may have meant to ask about the word "feral," which (with respect to animals) means a domectic animal that has become "wild" by living in the wild. Cats and pigs are good example of animals that often become feral.
The answer is to get a better grip on the golf club. A combination of sweat or moisture on your hands will cause the club to turn as you make contact with the ball. You do tend to loose some feel when using a golf glove, for this reason, most people remove their glove prior to putting.
The golf club located in Barnoldswick is Ghyll Golf Club. The phone number for the club is +44 1282 842466.
Augusta National Golf Club is located in Augusta, Georgia. It is a famous golf club.
It is a device used to hit a golf ball in the game of golf or it is a member club in the grounds of which golf is played.