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"Ball has never spun better."
"This groove tool takes it to a whole new level."
"The product is far superior to anything that I have seen on the market"
Golfers! Concerned about Getting the Backspin and Ball Control that you Deserve? It's all about Playing with Well Grooved Irons!
The grooves in your irons are designed to enable ball control and spin. Frequent club use can not only fill the grooves with debris but can also damage the groove edge.
What More Customers Say: "I have never seen a tool like this before. I tried it on my irons and – Wow – did it do the job right !!! This is one tool I will keep in my bag at all times." "I have really enjoyed this product it has saved me hundreds of dollars. I was in the market for new clubs because mine were a few years old and a little worn, so I decided to go with your product and the face of my clubs look pristine again. I used my 56 degree wedge today and the spin I was getting was excellent. Great product!" "This groove sharpener is solid! Could not believe all the dirt that was stuck in my wedge down in the groove! Once I was done grooving and cleansing my wedge, the spin levels were right on! Great tool for getting the job done and it has different heads as needed! Saved me from buying new clubs! Awesome!" "I used the sharpener on my irons and played today. The amount of control I had after using the sharpener was unbelievable." "Very useful tool to bring the grooves back to life. Noticed the difference right away. Easy to use and inexpensive but very sturdy"
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Reshapes your grooves with some hard work
36 people found this helpful.
Like a previous sharpener that I had, this one is work to use, although it is easier to use than my previous sharpener that went missing. First, make sure that the grooves are really clean so you don’t waste energy cleaning with the sharpener. The instructions say to spend about ten minutes on each club. That is good advice. There are six heads on the sharpener — three for V groves and three for U grooves. They provide a diagram that explains which are which, but not why they are shaped differently. They will definitely reshape your grooves to some degree including getting rid of minor nicks. An hour or so will leave you with nice grooves and a tired hand. I recommend doing this in batches of 2 -4 clubs at a time. A nice bonus is the tool case as the heads are very sharp. Carrying it in your bag is probably not good. Some kind of shaping on the handle might make the handle easier to use as you much apply a lot of pressure. It does work.
Ball has never spun better.
20 people found this helpful.
Ball has never spun better. I’ve been trying to increase the spin of my golf balls for years and have recently plateaued despite consistently playing a couple of times a week. I have always washed and brushed my club heads to keep them in good shape but this groove tool takes it to a whole new level. The grooves are sharper, which in my experience means they are cleaner, deeper, and more true. Just a few weeks ago my ball would land and roll back a few inches but now the ball is sticking before it spins back several feet. The only difference between then and now? This groove sharpener.
and it wouldn’t be a bad idea to just run these through each groove every …
8 people found this helpful.
I didn’t use this to dig and basically re-groove my clubs. I just started with the smallest head and went to the second one just to “clean up” the edges of my grooves.
Hard work but follow the directions, and it’ll be much easier.
5 people found this helpful.
It’s a lot of hard work but the customer support is fantastic! After I ordered this, I received an email from the seller containing a manual with many tips and tricks to get the most out of the sharpener. I can certainly see how many people won’t be able to get the full value as you’ve gotta be pretty strong to use this tool properly.
And while it might look cool to your friends if you spin a ball back …
15 people found this helpful.
This does exactly what you want it to do, but comes with a single caveat: Don’t overdo it. Go to town on your grooves and you’ll turn them into ball shredders. And while it might look cool to your friends if you spin a ball back 20 feet it’s not that great if you ruin a new ProV1 in the process. Start small, use light pressure and just barely scrape the side and you’ll increase spin by a noticeable degree. Just remember that it’s really easy to get the grooves too sharp to be played. Test and then if necessary go back over the grooves again a little more aggressively to work up to where you want them.
… of purchasing new clubs recently because I didn’t feel like I could control the ball like I used to
2 people found this helpful.
I was thinking of purchasing new clubs recently because I didn’t feel like I could control the ball like I used to. I bought this tool at the recommendation of a friend and I’m very glad that I did because this tool has added a few extra years onto my irons and wedges. My clubs have gained more feel and control as if they were new.
and rocks around the yard on nice evenings. That wedge was battered to the point …
17 people found this helpful.
I bought 2 of these items, one for myself and 1 for my son. I have an old wedge in the back yard that I use for chipping balls, dirt clods, and rocks around the yard on nice evenings. That wedge was battered to the point that the grooves didn’t even hold dirt. After about 20 minutes of hard regrooving, I had new grooves. I then took the wedge to the practice green with a bag of old ProV1s for a field test. I was able to hit short pitches with spin again and I was able to make balls back up with a full swing. I then cleaned up the grooves on the wedge. The tool was designed to clean out and sharpen grooves and does that task very well.
There’s a learning curve hear requiring a bit of patience …
2 people found this helpful.
There’s a learning curve hear requiring a bit of patience. Wish there was a tutorial from the factory . Try 1st on old clubs as it has a tendency to “leave the groove” your cleaning & then woefully scratch the smooth club head surface. A very well made product , definitely not chineese