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    A Golf Club Hook



    I like to shop at our local Habitat For Humanity Re-Store. Not only for a bargain, I also know that the money I spend there will be used wisely and for a good cause. Last week I bought an old golf club, there are hundreds of this thing over there. I don't play golf, however, light weight club with a good handle was a right candidate to get a second chance on life.

    If you would like to make a Golf Club Hook all you need is a golf club and something to cut it with and to grind it with.

    Be careful when using mechanical, power and/or cutting tools. have goggles and gloves on all the time while working, don't forget to disconnect your power tools when not using them, before servicing and cleaning them.

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    Thanks The Fe Factor! I've added your Hook to our Miscellaneous category, as well as to your builder page: The Fe Factor's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Nice choice of donor material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altair View Post
    Nice choice of donor material.
    Definitely a creative repurposing - though I teared up a little when he took a torch to that poor, innocent golf club…

    Ken


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