Saugahatchee Country Club’s Repair Shop is outfitted with the latest in repair technology. Our state-of-the-art shop consists of a loft and lie machine, putter-bending machine, shaft frequency analyzer, and swing weight scales. We perform all repairs, from re-shafting and re-gripping to changing the loft or lie on your clubs, right here on site. Most repairs can be performed in one day. We offer a wide variety of grips in stock. Special orders are welcomed. We can obtain most grips within a couple days.
Grips: $5 – $15 Depending on style and manufacturer
Shafts (Steel): $10 – $30 Depending on style and manufacturer
Shafts (Graphite): $25 and up Depending on style and manufacturer
Adjust Loft or Lie: $5 / Club
Lengthen Club: $6 / Club * Does Not Include Price of Grip
Shorten Club: $5 / Club * Does Not Include Price of Grip
Re-Epoxy Head: $10
Drill Out Broken Shaft: $5
Bore Through Re-Shaft: $5
Charlie has 30 years of experience in the golf industry, turning pro in 1989. At Valley Hill Country Club in Huntsville, he worked his way up from Bag Room Assistant to 1st Assistant Golf Professional where he learned the ins-and-outs of golf activities at a private club.
After serving as the lead Golf Professional at Temple Terrace Golf and Country Club in Florida, Charlie spent four years at Goose Pond Colony Golf Course in Scottsboro, AL, as Director of Golf. At Goose Pond Colony GC, Charlie oversaw Men’s and Ladies’ Golf Associations, tournaments, membership, taught clinics, and more. In 1995, Charlie was rehired at Valley Hill Country Club, this time as the Director of Golf and Shop Owner.
Immediately before coming to Saugahatchee, Charlie owned and operated Richland Golf Center in Huntsville. In this role, he was responsible for management of the entire organization which included a par-three course, 60-station tee complex, 18 -hole mini golf facility, pro shop, short game practice area, and complete club repair services.
After a highly successful tenure at Richland Golf Center, his love of the private golf industry and the relationships he has built in the field led him to Saugahatchee as the Director of Golf.