Our Process involves machining the face of the driver or fairway wood to that particular club’s own ideal thickness. This is performed with the use of a CNC machine that allows us to program the outline of the club face to maintain the original curvature while it is being machined. The club face will then be polished to match its original finish. All of the work is performed on the outside of the club. Each driver’s face thickness will be measured at 5 different points before being placed on the CNC machine. The finished thickness will be measured at those same 5 points to ensure the desired specs have been obtained.
During the shaving process the grooves on the driver will be removed as you can see in the the picture below. Since grooves are only there for aesthetic reasons some players will opt to just leave the club groove less after shaving. We do offer to regroove the club for an additional $25 if desired. The driver in the picture on the right below has been regrooved. All lines will be black after regrooving.