To conform to R&A / USGA requirements, the TORX-Screw must be safely secured with the aid of 2-component type glue (adhesive), which is commonly used for club fitting. This single drop of adhesive will not allow an adjustment by the player during the game (condition necessary to remain compliant to R&A / USGA standards).
FUTURE RE-ADJUSTMENTS OR EXCHANGE OF GRIP ASSEMBLY
The glued in TORX-Screw can be loosened by using a hot air gun. While using a protective glove or hand gear, simply apply heat to the TORX-Screwdriver while inserted into the TORX-Screw head for heat transfer. ATTENTION: TO AVOID DAMAGE, NEVER APPLY HEAT DIRECTLY TO THE TORX-SCREW OR THE GRIP ASSEMPLY ITSELF. The heating process to loosen the adhesive shouldn’t exceed more than 50 seconds.
After unscrewing and cleaning, the TORX-Screw can be re-used to securely lock the adjustable Grip Assembly back into position after proper fitting.
Only by applying adhesive to the TORX-Screw will the putter Grip Assembly conform to R&A / USGA standards.