How to Measure Golf Shafts for Krank Golf Clubs

By Larry Parr

Krank is dedicated to fitting each golfer with the perfect set of clubs. One major factor to consider when purchasing a Krank club is the length of the shaft. Shaft length needs to match the golfer's height and golfing style. Fortunately, measuring a golf club shaft is a fairly simple thing to do.

Instructions

Difficulty: Easy
Step 1
Set the head of your golf club on the floor, and hold the club at the proper angle for putting.
Step 2
Confirm that the grooves on the face of the club are parallel to the floor. This may require a second person.
Step 3
Using your tape measure, measure the distance from the floor at the heel of the clubhead up the back of the shaft to the top of the grip. Again, this may require a second person. This is the length of your club's shaft.

About The Author

Larry Parr has been a full-time professional freelance writer for more than 30 years. For 25 years he wrote cartoons for TV, everything from SMURFS to SPIDER-MAN.

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