changing the club loft
Place the shaft under your right arm, with the club
head face down in your left hand, use your right thumb to turn
the locking lever 2 turns. Rock the club head back and forth until
the desired club number is aligned with the -I mark on the shank.
Choose I for iron, W for wedge or the alignment mark for the
putter. Turn the head up and stop when the club number is
aligned with the mark on the head. Turn the lever back to lock.
(For left hand shots, use the tooth above the putter mark for
changing the locking lever position
Turn the locking lever 4 or 5 turns. Set the shank socket in a
different position on the hex coupling nut. (allign the putter
and the white dot on the bolt head, this is for reference
only). Turn the lever back to lock. The lever should be aligned
vertically with the shaft, If not, move socket to another
location on the coupling nut.
travel shaft
To extend and lock shaft. hold the grip end in your right hand
and the head in your left hand and snap open firmly. To
shorten for travel, hold shaft near the head and tap firmly on
a hard surface (concrete). Place shaft on shank taper to lock.
To lock the shaft open it must be clean. Just a little water
and twisting action against each step of the shaft is all that's
needed to maintain a solid lock on the shaft. No oil, Rinse well.
Just use water. No oil or lubricant is needed. All head parts are
Stainless Steel. Do not use oil or wax on the shaft, just soap and
water and rinse well.
Club Instructions
Care should be taken when extending the travel shaft. The
locking lever should be tightened before each shot,(driving range,
ect). The putter can flip the ball out of the hole with the tip of the
club, no need to bend over. Try it.
Once you understand this, it only takes a few seconds to change
the lever position. After breaking in, the only time you will need
adjust the lever is after disassemby for cleaning.
9 Iron
travel shaft
putter mark