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Hzrdus Yellow broke in butt?

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tmz016tmz016 EskilstunaMembers  13WRX Points: 22Handicap: 4.7Posts: 13 Bunkers
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During todays round I heard a strange sound of something sounding like its loose inside of the butt section of my Hzrdus Yellow shaft.
At first I thought that something broke inside of my driver head, but after trying to isolate the sound me and my buddies confirmed that it came from the butt section, where the grip is installed, and not below that at all.

Anyone have an idea what this could be?


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  • HuskyFanHuskyFan ClubWRX  195WRX Points: 77Posts: 195 ClubWRX
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    Loose epoxy

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  • semarlorsemarlor Charlotte, NCMembers  1044WRX Points: 348Posts: 1,044 Platinum Tees
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    Yup, if it was an iron it could be a tip weight that came loose...but since it is a wood there is likely a small piece of epoxy that broke off from inside the tip and is rattling around in there. Pretty common if too much epoxy pushes up into the shaft when it's built. That's why (among other reasons) OEMs will use little plugs inside the hole of the tip to prevent it from happening.


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