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X2 Golf Club Groove Sharpener, Regrooving and Cleaning Tool
           $19.99 ea.  Plus $2.99 1st class USPS shipping .

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   X2™Golf Club Groove Sharpener and Regrooving Tool.

  • Works with all grooves and all brands.
  • Sharpens both "U" (square) and "V" grooves.
  • Head has (1) "U" and (1) "V" cutting tip.
  • Made in the US A2 Vacuum Heat Treated Tool Steel with a maximum hardness of 65 Rockwell.
  • Complies with USGA and R&A Rules.
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee.
  • Ergonomic Foam Rubber Grip / handle.
  • Precision Milled on the latest EDM (Electrical Discharge Machine) computer controlled equipment.
  • (+/-) .0008" tolerance. Very precise!
  • This is a high quality, easy to use, and a great value groove sharpener!


What's Included:   X2™ Tool with Foam rubber grip, (2) Protective vinyl caps plus (2) extra caps with Instructions.

Afar purchasing several other brands of groove sharpeners, I had the X6™ and the X2™ custom made to my specifications and design.  Other tools are much smaller and without any type of grip or handle are extremely uncomfortable to use. The X2™ has a very comfortable soft foam rubber grip that really makes it easier to use. The X2™ with its soft grip and larger 4.25" length allows you to apply slight downward pressure while pushing or pulling the cutting head through the grooves and it gives you ultimate control. Other brands try to make it appear as if the vinyl end caps will act as a grip, which is a joke and if you have tried them you know first hand. With other brands you are really just buying a piece of steel, it's like buying a drill bit and using it by hand?


My Opinion:  The X2™ works very well but the X6™ is easier to use and has 3 times the number of tips (6) , resulting in 3 times the life. "Yes" spend the little extra and buy the X6™!

 Other Notes:

  • Both the X2™ Tool and the foam rubber grip have been 100% custom made to my exact specifications, these are not off the shelf components.
  • There are similar designs out there, they do not have a "grip" and are smaller and harder to use!!!
  • I am very proud of this tool and stand behind it 100%.
  • Thanks for your interest!  Jim