The heads are restored to basically new using a vibratory process, a general purpose (KM Bond) Ceramic Media will remove the scratches and imperfections in the club heads. This is generally a wet process (with no Walnut Shell or other grit added). The end result will be a matte, tumbled finish. You also have your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color (please note: Some Ping irons do not have ferrules). The re-finishing process normally takes less than 1 week
 
Iron Sets (3-PW) $160
Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips -- You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color


Iron Sets (4-PW) $140
Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips -- You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color

Black Oxide

Stainless Steel & Ping Eye 2's

So what is Balancing & Blueprinting


Balancing & Blueprinting is an old school muscle car term from the good old days when manufactures played fast and loose with tolerances. It was possible to pick up real horsepower gains simply by taking a stock engine apart and putting it back together the way it should have been in the first place. I apply the same concept to my golf clubs. Any weight lost through the refurbishing process is returned via lead tip weights. I guarantee that my tolerances are as good but (what I have found) in most cases better than anything you'll find in a brand new retail club. You also have your choice of ferrule color. The process normally takes less than 1 week


Iron Set (3-PW) $160
Check Lie, Loft & Length and set to customers specs -- Set Swing-Weight to factory standard install ferrules (you choose the color)  & grips  ***Please note: If shafts need to be extended there is an additional $5 per club charge***

Our Services

This is our proprietary Black Chrome finish... this is a chrome plating so this finish will wear & feel just like the factory chrome plated finish but with far less glare and you have a choice of 2 finishes...  A bright shiny Black Chrome or a duller (reduced glare) Satin Black Chrome finish. You also have your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color. The re-finishing process normally takes 4 weeks
 
Iron Sets (3-PW) $320
Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips. You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color


Iron Sets (4-PW) $280
Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips. You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color


Iron Sets (5-PW) $240
Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips. You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color


Wedges (Per Wedge) $55
Our first step in the process is to mill (port) 6 holes in the back of the club muscle, raising the center of gravity. This moves the sweet spot to the center of the club, just where it should be, giving your ball a lower more penetrating flight with a piercing trajectory and adding more control.
Second,
 
We check the groove depth and if needed we painstakingly mill the individual grooves in each wedge, then finish by milling the wedge face to achieve nearly 100 percent (Non conforming square groove specification) allowed by the U.S.G.A. This gives your ball more spin than any other wedge in golf.


Finally, we apply the finish, either our proprietary Black Chrome plating or our Black Oxide finish. We then complete the process by custom paint filling (Your choice of paint & ferrule colors).  When this process is complete, you now have a beautiful wedge that produces a slightly lower, more penetrating ball flight with a piercing trajectory and 15 to 20 percent more spin just like a Tour Pro!!!  -- Our wedges are specifically designed for the more aggressive player who likes to go flag-hunting.

Balance & Blueprinting


It is important to note that a black oxide finish, will exhibit wear as a normal consequence of use, much as an "oil-can" or "raw" finish wedge.  In addition, oxide finishes will require a small amount of maintenance to prevent corrosion.  They should be kept clean and dry, and periodically be wiped down with an oiled or silicone-impregnated cloth. You also have your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color. The re-finishing process normally takes 4 weeks
 
Iron Sets (3-PW) $320
Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips. You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color


Iron Sets (4-PW) $280
Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips. You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color


Iron Sets (5-PW) $240
Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips.  You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color


Wedges (Per Wedge) $55
Our first step in the process is to mill (port) 6 holes in the back of the club muscle, raising the center of gravity. This moves the sweet spot to the center of the club, just where it should be, giving your ball a lower more penetrating flight with a piercing trajectory and adding more control.
Second,
 
We check the groove depth and if needed we painstakingly mill the individual grooves in each wedge, then finish by milling the wedge face to achieve nearly 100 percent (Non conforming square groove specification) allowed by the U.S.G.A. This gives your ball more spin than any other wedge in golf.
Finally,
 
we apply the finish, either our proprietary Black Chrome plating or our Black Oxide finish. We then complete the process by custom paint filling (Your choice of paint and ferrule colors).  When this process is complete, you now have a beautiful wedge that produces a slightly lower, more penetrating ball flight with a piercing trajectory and 15 to 20 percent more spin just like a Tour Pro!!!  --  Our wedges are specifically designed for the more aggressive player who likes to go flag-hunting.

Disclaimer
 
Golf clubs are cast or forged from a variety of metals. It is important to understand that as a golf club is altered for loft and/or lie, there is a chance that the head may break.  This is no reflection on the skill of the person, or the state of the equipment, and it is just something that occasionally happens. It is very rare, but there is always an element of risk when you are applying significant force, through an iron bar, to metal that is clamped into a special vice. The good news is that it is very rare for a club to break.  Also, as part of the bending process, there is a slim chance that the bending bar may mark the surface of softer iron heads. We try to reduce and even eliminate this by using hosel protectors, sole protectors, and top line protectors, but with very soft cast clubs, or forged clubs, it is sometimes a feature of the bending process. Some may say that it adds marks of distinction. Remember, this is metal against metal and a lot of force is applied. Due to these potential problems, there can be no warranty stated or implied that a golf club being bent will be guaranteed against breakage or surface damage. We take extreme care and use tried and tested bending procedures at all times. We will discuss with you the amount of bending to be done. However, if metal failure occurs then Tiger Nick Golf Club Solutions cannot and will not be held liable or responsible for any head breakage. No remuneration or recompense to the club owner or replacement of club head(s) is implied or given due to breakage or damage of any kind. This is due to the nature of the golf clubhead manufacturing process and materials, and is no reflection upon the skills of the person or the equipment used in bending the clubs. By purchasing this service and sending us your clubs for alteration, you confirm that you understand the nature of golf club bending and release both Tiger Nick Golf Club Solutions and the operator performing the loft and lie alteration from any responsibility should any damage occur.

Spine Aligning

Putters  --  Starting at $75
Call for more details


Disclaimer
 
Golf clubs are cast or forged from a variety of metals. It is important to understand that as a golf club is altered for loft and/or lie, there is a chance that the head may break.  This is no reflection on the skill of the person, or the state of the equipment, and it is just something that occasionally happens. It is very rare, but there is always an element of risk when you are applying significant force, through an iron bar, to metal that is clamped into a special vice. The good news is that it is very rare for a club to break.  Also, as part of the bending process, there is a slim chance that the bending bar may mark the surface of softer iron heads. We try to reduce and even eliminate this by using hosel protectors, sole protectors, and top line protectors, but with very soft cast clubs, or forged clubs, it is sometimes a feature of the bending process. Some may say that it adds marks of distinction. Remember, this is metal against metal and a lot of force is applied. Due to these potential problems, there can be no warranty stated or implied that a golf club being bent will be guaranteed against breakage or surface damage. We take extreme care and use tried and tested bending procedures at all times. We will discuss with you the amount of bending to be done. However, if metal failure occurs then Tiger Nick Golf Club Solutions cannot and will not be held liable or responsible for any head breakage. No remuneration or recompense to the club owner or replacement of club head(s) is implied or given due to breakage or damage of any kind. This is due to the nature of the golf clubhead manufacturing process and materials, and is no reflection upon the skills of the person or the equipment used in bending the clubs. By purchasing this service and sending us your clubs for alteration, you confirm that you understand the nature of golf club bending and release both Tiger Nick Golf Club Solutions and the operator performing the loft and lie alteration from any responsibility should any damage occur.


Putters -- Starting at $75


Call for more details
Disclaimer
 
Golf clubs are cast or forged from a variety of metals. It is important to understand that as a golf club is altered for loft and/or lie, there is a chance that the head may break.  This is no reflection on the skill of the person, or the state of the equipment, and it is just something that occasionally happens. It is very rare, but there is always an element of risk when you are applying significant force, through an iron bar, to metal that is clamped into a special vice. The good news is that it is very rare for a club to break.  Also, as part of the bending process, there is a slim chance that the bending bar may mark the surface of softer iron heads. We try to reduce and even eliminate this by using hosel protectors, sole protectors, and top line protectors, but  with very soft cast clubs, or forged clubs, it is sometimes a feature of the bending process. Some may say that it adds marks of distinction. Remember, this is metal against metal and a lot of force is applied. Due to these potential problems, there can be no warranty stated or implied that a golf club being bent will be guaranteed against breakage or surface damage. We take extreme care and use tried and tested bending procedures at all times. We will discuss with you the amount of bending to be done. However, if metal failure occurs then Tiger Nick Golf Club Solutions cannot and will not be held liable or responsible for any head breakage. No remuneration or recompense to the club owner or replacement of club head(s) is implied or given due to breakage or damage of any kind. This is due to the nature of the golf clubhead manufacturing process and materials, and is no reflection upon the skills of the person or the equipment used in bending the clubs. By purchasing this service and sending us your clubs for alteration, you confirm that you understand the nature of golf club bending and release both Tiger Nick Golf Club Solutions and the operator performing the loft and lie alteration from any responsibility should any damage occur.

Black Chrome


So… What is spine aligning?
 
First, every golf shaft has a "spine", and that spine is stiffer than the rest of the circumference of the shaft. (Nobody should argue that the spine is not the stiffest part of the shaft, but proof can be seen when rotating a shaft on a frequency machine.  You get a stiffer reading when the spine is oriented the direction the shaft is deflected.)  The theory of spine aligning is that the golf shaft will perform better if the shaft is aligned in the clubhead so that the spine is "downline" with the direction of the golf shaft (so the spine would be in the 3 o'clock or 9 o'clock position - also called the neutral position.)  Indeed it does seem to make sense that if the stiffer spine is in the 1 o'clock position within the shaft (or 2 o'clock, or 5 o'clock, or 7 o'clock, or 11 o'clock, etc.), then it is highly likely the shaft won't perform as well as if the spine is in that downline 3 o'clock or 9 o'clock neutral position.  It is interesting to clamp down a properly spine aligned club into a club vice, and pull down hard on the head, and release it.  The clubhead moves rapidly back and forth in a reasonably straight path.  Then try it with a club that is NOT properly spine aligned.  The difference is amazing.... the shaft/clubhead bounces all over the place, in about 50 different directions.  The shafted club with the properly aligned spine position moves in a much straighter path.  We're not aware of any hard data that proves the validity or significance of spine aligned clubs.  However, for sure, many of the top clubmakers, many shaft experts, and many really excellent golfers are convinced that the location of the shaft's spine in the golf club will have an affect on the overall performance of the club; including having an affect on shot dispersion and accuracy; having an affect on results from mishits; and most definitely will affect the feel of the club.    And last but not least, if your entire set is spine aligned, then your clubs should play more consistently club to club.

Iron Sets (5-PW) $120


Completely Refinish heads, Check Lie, Loft & Length, Spine align shafts, Set Swing-weight & Install Grips -- You get your choice of paint-fill and ferrule color


Disclaimer
 
Golf clubs are cast (most Ping irons) or forged from a variety of metals. It is important to understand that as a golf club is altered for loft and/or lie, there is a chance that the head may break.  This is no reflection on the skill of the person, or the state of the equipment, and it is just something that occasionally happens. It is very rare, but there is always an element of risk when you are applying significant force, through an iron bar, to metal that is clamped into a special vice. The good news is that it is very rare for a club to break.  Also, as part of the bending process, there is a slim chance that the bending bar may mark the surface of softer iron heads. We try to reduce and even eliminate this by using hosel protectors, sole protectors, and top line protectors, but  with very soft cast clubs, or forged clubs, it is sometimes a feature of the bending process. Some may say that it adds marks of distinction. Remember, this is metal against metal and a lot of force is applied. Due to these potential problems, there can be no warranty stated or implied that a golf club being bent will be guaranteed against breakage or surface damage. We take extreme care and use tried and tested bending procedures at all times. We will discuss with you the amount of bending to be done. However, if metal failure occurs then Tiger Nick Golf Club Solutions cannot and will not be held liable or responsible for any head breakage. No remuneration or recompense to the club owner or replacement of club head(s) is implied or given due to breakage or damage of any kind. This is due to the nature of the golf clubhead manufacturing process and materials, and is no reflection upon the skills of the person or the equipment used in bending the clubs. By purchasing this service and sending us your clubs for alteration, you confirm that you understand the nature of golf club bending and release both Tiger Nick Golf Club Solutions and the operator performing the loft and lie alteration from any responsibility should any damage occur.