Just looking for advice about my iron grooves. Obviously I keep them clean all the time, but what about sharpening them up?
I'm sure many have seen, as I have, that advert for the hardened steel tip groove re-grooving/restorer. Many cheaper imitations are on amazon. However, does one really need to consider doing it after a few years, or not? Is it Golf Legal to do so?
If using something is a good idea, would a big screwdriver from a jeweller's screwdriver set suffice?
There has been a topic raised asking for opinions about how often others change their wedges. Having read this and the reply, that they only last 2 years, it therefore occurs to me to ask whether a normal full set of irons have a lifespan? After all, a nine iron is not much less lofted than a pitching wedge, an 8 iron is not...... etc...
If the learned opinion is that wedges should be changed every 2 to 3 years, does that not also apply to other irons?
Or.... is the life of any iron not an issue at all? Does it all depend on whether we look after our grooves?
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