TWI386240B - And a changeover structure of a golf ball head having a change in the club angle - Google Patents

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TWI386240B
TWI386240B TW99111415A TW99111415A TWI386240B TW I386240 B TWI386240 B TW I386240B TW 99111415 A TW99111415 A TW 99111415A TW 99111415 A TW99111415 A TW 99111415A TW I386240 B TWI386240 B TW I386240B
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Rod changing structure with a golf club head that changes the angle of the club

The present invention relates to a golf club head, and more particularly to a lever changing structure having a golf club head that changes the club angle.

With the vigorous development of golf, the structure of golf clubs has continued to improve. In order to enable the golf club to meet the needs of each player, and to allow the player to select the appropriate club head and club shaft according to the situation at the time of the shot, the golf club manufacturer is actively developing with rapid Golf club with a lever function.

For example, the golf club having the lever changing function disclosed in U.S. Patent No. 7,083,529 includes a club head and a club shaft, and the club head and the club shaft utilize a lever joint structure for quick lever change, although Such a lever joint structure can provide a player with a quick shifting function, but for nowadays, if the angle between the club shaft and the club head can be added, it is more likely to satisfy the player's swinging stroke. Demand.

In view of this, the present invention provides a lever changing structure having a golf club head that changes the club angle, and the structure allows the player to adjust the angle between the club shaft and the club head.

In accordance with the above objects, the present invention provides a lever structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle, and is suitable for a club head of a golf club. The lever structure includes a lever seat, a kit, a kit locking unit, a rod bushing, and Locking parts. The rod seat is disposed on the rod head, and the rod seat is internally provided with a partition member to define a joint space of the rod seat space and the connecting rod seat space; the kit is disposed in the rod seat space, and the sleeve has a sleeve portion, and the inner ring of the sleeve portion The wall defines a first regular polygonal structure to define a clamping groove, the sleeve portion includes a first locking structure that passes through the locking space, and the kit locking unit has a second locking structure, the second locking structure The first bushing structure is locked; the rod bushing includes an outer wall surface and an inner wall surface opposite to the outer wall surface, the outer wall surface defines an outer diameter, and the inner wall surface defines an inner diameter, a center line of both the outer diameter and the inner diameter Having an angular difference, the inner wall surface defines an accommodating space, and the rod bushing includes a second regular polygonal structure corresponding to the first regular polygonal structure and configured to be disposed in the clamping groove, the second regular polygonal structure internally including the third lock The locking structure has a fourth locking structure for locking the third locking structure to position the rod bushing in the rod seat space.

The utility model has the advantages that the lever changing structure of the golf club with the change of the club angle provided by the invention is different from the conventional lever changing structure, and the player can be adjusted in addition to the function of quickly changing the lever of the player. The angle between the club shaft and the club head.

The above described objects, features, and characteristics of the present invention will become more apparent from the aspects of the invention.

1A, FIG. 1B and FIG. 1C, FIG. 1A is a perspective view of a lever changing structure of a golf club head with a change of a club angle according to an embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 1B is a cross-sectional view of FIG. 1A; FIG. Schematic diagram of the replacement of the golf club head of the club angle.

As shown in FIGS. 1A to 1C, the lever structure 1 having a golf club head that changes the club angle is applied to one of the golf club heads 10, which can be forged by a forging technique (for example, four-piece forging) or casting. The technology is made to provide the player with the freedom to choose the club head 10. The club head 10 also includes other related parts such as a face, a crown or a sole. Since this part is within the scope of those skilled in the art, no further description is provided herein. .

The lever structure 1 having a golf club head that changes the club angle includes a lever seat 11, a kit 12, a kit locking unit 13, a rod bushing 14, and a lock member 15. The rod seat 11 can be provided to the head 10 by welding, integral molding, or the like, but is not limited thereto. The rod base 11 can be used on a conventional standard head.

The spacer 11 is provided with a partitioning member 110 to define a seating space S1 and a locking space S2 of the connecting rod housing space S1. Preferably, the partitioning member 110 is provided with a recess 111. The elliptical groove is exemplified, but is not limited thereto.

In addition, as shown in FIG. 1C, the rod base 11 is divided by the partition member 110, and the rod seat 11 can be divided into an upper section U and a lower section B, and the width of the upper section U is greater than the width of the lower section B, and The weight of the upper section U is substantially greater than the weight of the lower section B, so that the player can play a better shot when swinging.

Please refer to FIG. 2A and FIG. 2B simultaneously. FIG. 2A and FIG. 2B are schematic diagrams of different perspectives of the kit of FIG. 1A.

As shown in Figures 2A and 2B, the kit 12 is disposed in a stem space S1, the kit 12 having a sleeve portion 120 having an inner annular wall W defined with a first regular polygonal structure 121 to define a card Slot T.

Here, the first regular polygonal structure 121 has a regular octagonal structure, and may of course be other forms of polygonal shapes (for example, a regular triangular shape, a regular square shape, a regular pentagon shape, a regular hexagon shape, or a decagon shape). Not limited to this. The sleeve portion 120 includes a first locking structure 122 that is passed to the locking space S2.

Preferably, the bottom side 123 of the sleeve portion 120 has a flange 124 corresponding to and positioned in the groove 111, the flange 124 being a rectangular flange 124 corresponding to the elliptical groove 111, such that the flange 124 and the recess The slots 111 can be secured to one another to increase the stability of the kit 12 on the divider 110 and to provide a fixed orientation of the kit 12 to the stem 11. The flange 124 extends with a first locking structure 122. The first locking structure 122 is exemplified by external threads, but is not limited thereto.

Please also refer to FIG. 3, which is a schematic diagram of different viewing angles of the kit locking unit of FIG. 1A.

The kit locking unit 13 has a second locking structure 130 for locking the first locking structure 122. The second locking structure 130 is internally threaded as an example to correspond to the above. The first lock structure 122 (external thread), but is not limited thereto.

In addition, the kit locking unit 13 can be realized by a nut, which is provided with at least one groove 131 for use by an external tool (for example, a wrench or a screwdriver) to facilitate the player or the golfer to use an external tool. The kit locking unit 13 is locked to or detached from the first locking structure 122.

Please refer to FIG. 4A, FIG. 4B, FIG. 1B and FIG. 1C. FIG. 4A and FIG. 4B are schematic diagrams of the rod bushing of FIG. 1A.

As shown in FIGS. 4A and 4B, the rod bushing 14 includes an outer wall surface 140 and an inner wall surface 141 opposite to the outer wall surface 140. The outer wall surface 140 defines an outer diameter D1. The inner wall surface 141 defines an inner diameter D2 and a center line of the outer diameter D1. F1 (the center imaginary line of the outer diameter D1) and the center line F2 of the inner diameter D2 (the center imaginary line of the inner diameter D2) have an angular difference θ. Preferably, the angular difference θ is substantially 1 degree. about. Of course, as the angle at which the stem space S1 is disposed at the head 10 is different, the manufacturer may change the angular difference θ in advance, and is not limited thereto.

The inner wall surface 141 defines an accommodating space S3, and the rod bushing 14 includes a second regular polygonal structure 142 corresponding to the first regular polygonal structure 121 and disposed in the clamping groove T, and the second regular polygonal structure 142 includes a third lock inside. The third locking structure 143 is exemplified by an internal thread, but is not limited thereto.

In addition, the second regular polygonal structure 142 is assumed to be a regular octagonal structure, and may of course be other forms of polygonal shapes (for example, a regular triangular shape, a regular square shape, a regular pentagon shape, a regular hexagon shape, or a decagon shape). Not limited to this. Preferably, the second regular polygonal structure 142 is disposed at the bottom 144 of the rod bushing 14.

The locking member 15 has a fourth locking structure 150 for locking to the third locking structure 143 to position the rod bushing 14 in the rod seat space S1. Preferably, the fourth locking structure 150 is an external thread to correspond to the third locking structure 143 (internal thread), but is not limited thereto.

In addition, the fourth locking structure 150 and the first locking structure 122 are oppositely threaded (for example, the first locking structure 122 of the kit 12 and the second locking structure 130 of the kit locking unit 13 are right teeth, The fourth locking structure 150 of the locking member 15 is a left tooth; or the opposite thereof, so as to prevent the rotation process of the locking component 15 from being assembled or detached from the third locking structure 143 At the same time, the first locking structure 122 is rotated to avoid the stability of the positioning of the sleeve 12 on the partition 110.

Please refer to FIG. 5 at the same time. FIG. 5 is a schematic view of the rod bushing of FIG. 1C positioned with the club shaft.

As shown in FIG. 5, the accommodating space S3 of the rod bushing 14 is used for inserting a club shaft 2 of the club portion, and the club shaft 2 can be positioned in the accommodating space S3 by gluing. This section is intended to be familiar to those skilled in the art and will not be described herein.

It can be seen from the above that the lock member 15 is used to lock the third lock structure 143 or the lock member 15 is detached from the third lock structure 143, so that the player can replace the function of the rod bushing 14, in other words, the player can Replacing different types of club shafts 2 (for example, hard shafts and soft shafts), so that the player can quickly change the lever function by using such a simple structure.

Please refer to FIG. 6A and FIG. 6B together with FIG. 1A and FIG. 1C. FIG. 6A is a first regular polygonal structure and a second regular polygonal structure corresponding to each other by the player using FIG. 1A to adjust the between the club shaft and the club head. A schematic view of one of the angles; FIG. 6B is a cross-sectional view taken along line 6B-6B of FIG. 6A for indicating a first regular polygonal structure and a second regular polygonal structure.

In view of the above, the player can utilize the locking mechanism between the first regular polygonal structure 121 defined by the inner ring wall W of the sleeve portion 120 and the second regular polygonal structure 142 of the rod bushing 14 to provide a player adjustment rod lining. The sleeve 14 has a second regular polygonal structure 142 corresponding to the carding position of the first regular polygon structure 121. For example, the player in FIG. 6B adjusts the second regular polygon structure 142 (shown by the rotating arrow in FIG. 6A) to make the second positive The card face M20 of the polygonal structure 142 corresponds to the card face M10 of the first regular polygon structure 121, and at the same time has an angle between the center line F1 of the outer diameter D1 of the rod bushing 14 and the center line F2 of the inner diameter D2. The difference θ (that is, the center of the two is non-coaxial), so when the player locks the lock member 15 to the third lock structure 143, the desired club shaft 2 and the club head can be possessed. An angle between 10 (such as the angle of Figure 6A) to meet the player's needs when hitting the ball.

Referring to FIG. 7A and FIG. 7B and referring to FIG. 1A and FIG. 1C simultaneously, FIG. 7A is a first regular polygonal structure and a second regular polygonal structure corresponding to each other by the player using FIG. 1A to adjust the between the club shaft and the club head. FIG. 7B is a cross-sectional view taken along line 7B-7B of FIG. 7A for showing a first regular polygonal structure and a second regular polygonal structure.

Similarly, the player can adjust the second regular polygonal structure 142 (as shown by the rotating arrow in FIG. 7A) to make the clamping surface M24 of the second regular polygonal structure 142 correspond to the clamping surface M10 of the first regular polygonal structure 121, At the same time, the center line F1 of the outer diameter D1 of the rod bushing 11 and the center line F2 of the inner diameter D2 have an angular difference θ (that is, the centers of the two are non-coaxial), so when the player locks After the piece 15 is locked to the third locking structure 143, the desired angle between the club shaft 2 and the head 10 (for example, the angle of FIG. 7A) can be possessed to meet the player's needs when hitting the ball.

Wherein the second regular polygon structure 142 and the first regular polygon structure 121 are exemplified by a regular octagonal structure, the player can adjust the angle between the eight different club shafts 2 and the club head 10, for the sake of brevity. The principle of this angle adjustment is not mentioned here.

It can be seen from the above that the lever changing structure of the golf club having the club angle changing according to the present invention has the following characteristics:

1. With the fast lever changing function, the present invention provides a lever structure having a golf club head that changes the club angle, using the first regular polygonal structure of the sleeve portion of the kit and the corresponding rod bushing second. The regular polygonal structure has an angle difference between the center line of the outer diameter of the rod bushing and the center line of the inner diameter, so that the player adjusts the different card face of the second regular polygon structure to correspond to the first positive After the clamping position of the polygonal structure and the locking component are locked to the third locking structure, the player can have various angles between the desired club shaft and the club head to meet the needs of the player when hitting the ball. .

2. The lock member is attached to the third lock structure or the lock member is detached from the third lock structure, so that the player can replace the rod bushing function, that is, the player can replace different types of club shafts. body.

3. The lever structure with the golf club head changing the club angle is suitable for all kinds of club heads, for example, the head made by forging technology or casting technology, to provide the player with the freedom of choice of the club head.

4. Since the lever structure provided by the present invention with the golf club head changing the club angle is locked by the lock member to the third lock structure or the lock member is detached from the third lock structure. The shifting is performed so that the weight adjustment of the kit, the kit locking unit, the rod bushing or the fitting, etc. can be made according to the manufacturing requirements, that is, the weight of the overall head is more free.

5. The underside of the sleeve portion has corresponding flanges for positioning the spacer recesses such that the flanges and recesses can be snapped together to increase the stability of the kit positioning on the divider.

6. The fourth locking structure and the first locking structure are designed as threads in opposite directions, so as to prevent the rotation of the locking component from being assembled or removed from the third locking structure, The first locking structure is simultaneously rotated to avoid the stability of the positioning of the kit on the partition.

In summary, the present invention is only described as a preferred embodiment or embodiment of the technical means for solving the problem, and is not intended to limit the scope of the invention. That is, the equivalent changes and modifications made in accordance with the scope of the patent application of the present invention or the scope of the invention are covered by the scope of the invention.

1. . . Rod changing structure with a golf club head that changes the angle of the club

10. . . Head

11. . . Rod seat

110. . . Separator

111. . . Groove

12. . . Kit

120. . . Sleeve part

121. . . First regular polygon structure

122. . . First lock structure

123. . . Bottom side

124. . . Flange

13. . . Kit locking unit

130. . . Second lock structure

131. . . Trench

14. . . Rod bushing

140. . . Outer wall

141. . . Inner wall

142. . . Second regular polygon structure

143. . . Third lock structure

144. . . bottom

15. . . Locking piece

150. . . Fourth lock structure

2. . . Club shaft

B. . . Lower section

D1. . . Outer diameter

D2. . . the inside diameter of

F1, F2. . . Center line

M10, M20, M24. . . Card surface

S1. . . Pole space

S2. . . Locking space

S3. . . Housing space

T. . . Card slot

U. . . Upper section

W. . . Inner ring wall

θ. . . Angle difference

1A is a perspective view of a lever changing structure of a golf club having a club angle change according to an embodiment of the present invention;

Figure 1B is a cross-sectional view of Figure 1A;

1C is a schematic view showing the assembled structure of the golf club head having the club angle changed in FIG. 1A; FIG.

2A is a schematic view of different perspectives of the kit of FIG. 1A;

2B is a schematic view of different perspectives of the kit of FIG. 1A;

Figure 3 is a schematic view of the locking device of Figure 1A from different perspectives;

Figure 4A is a schematic view of the rod bushing of Figure 1A;

Figure 4B is a schematic view of the rod bushing of Figure 1A;

Figure 5 is a schematic view showing the club shaft of Figure 1C positioned with the club shaft;

6A is a schematic diagram of a first regular polygonal structure and a second regular polygonal structure corresponding to each other by the player using FIG. 1A to adjust one of the angles between the club shaft and the club head;

Figure 6B is a cross-sectional view taken along line 6B-6B of Figure 6A for showing a first regular polygonal structure and a second regular polygonal structure;

7A is a schematic diagram of the player using the first regular polygonal structure and the second regular polygonal structure corresponding to each other in FIG. 1A to adjust another angle between the club shaft and the club head;

7B is a cross-sectional view taken along line 7B-7B of FIG. 7A for showing a first regular polygonal structure and a second regular polygonal structure.

1. . . Rod changing structure with a golf club head that changes the angle of the club

10. . . Head

11. . . Rod seat

110. . . Separator

111. . . Groove

12. . . Kit

120. . . Sleeve part

121. . . First regular polygon structure

122. . . First lock structure

123. . . Bottom side

124. . . Flange

13. . . Kit locking unit

130. . . Second lock structure

14. . . Rod bushing

140. . . Outer wall

141. . . Inner wall

142. . . Second regular polygon structure

143. . . Third lock structure

144. . . bottom

15. . . Locking piece

150. . . Fourth lock structure

S1. . . Pole space

S2. . . Locking space

S3. . . Housing space

W. . . Inner ring wall

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  1. A lever changing structure having a golf club head for changing a club angle is applicable to a club head of a golf club. The lever structure comprises: a pole seat disposed on the club head, and a spacer is disposed inside the pole seat Defining a pole space and a locking space connecting the pole space; a kit is disposed in the pole space, the kit has a sleeve portion, and an inner ring wall of the sleeve portion defines a first positive The polygonal structure defines a card slot, the sleeve portion includes a first locking structure that is inserted into the locking space; and a kit locking unit has a second locking structure, the second locking structure For locking the first locking structure; a rod bushing comprising an outer wall surface and an inner wall surface opposite to the outer wall surface, the outer wall surface defining an outer diameter, the inner wall surface defining an inner diameter, the outer wall An angular difference between the diameter and the center line of the inner diameter defines an accommodating space, the rod bushing includes a first regular polygonal structure corresponding to the clamping groove a second regular polygon structure, the second regular polygon structure inner package A third locking structure; and a locking member having a locking structure of the fourth, the fourth locking structure for locking the locking structure for the third bar bush positioned in the rod seat space.
  2. A shifting structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle according to claim 1, wherein the first regular polygonal structure and the second regular polygonal structure are a regular octagonal structure.
  3. A shifting structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle according to claim 1, wherein the partitioning member is provided with a groove, and a bottom side of the sleeve portion has a corresponding position for positioning a flange of the groove, the flange extending the first locking structure.
  4. A shifting lever structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle according to claim 1, wherein the recess is an elliptical recess, and the flange is a rectangular flange corresponding to the elliptical recess.
  5. A shift lever structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle as described in claim 1 wherein the angular difference is substantially 1 degree.
  6. A shifting structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle according to claim 1, wherein the second regular polygonal structure is disposed at a bottom of the rod bushing.
  7. A shifting structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle according to claim 1, wherein the accommodating space is configured to configure a club shaft.
  8. A lever changing structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle according to claim 1, wherein the lever seat is divided into an upper section and a lower section, the upper section having a width greater than a width of the lower section.
  9. The lever changing structure of the golf club head having the change of the club angle according to claim 1, wherein the rod seat is divided into an upper section and a lower section, wherein the weight of the upper section is substantially larger than that of the lower section. weight.
  10. The lever changing structure of the golf club head having the change of the club angle according to claim 1, wherein the first locking structure is an external thread, and the second locking structure is an inner thread corresponding to the outer thread. Thread.
  11. The lever changing structure of the golf club head having the change of the club angle according to claim 10, wherein the third locking structure is an internal thread, and the fourth locking structure is an outer thread corresponding to the internal thread. Thread.
  12. A change lever structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle according to claim 11, wherein the first lock structure and the fourth lock structure are oppositely threaded.
  13. A shifting structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle according to claim 1, wherein the kit locking unit is a nut provided with at least one groove for use by the tool.
  14. A shifting structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle as described in claim 1 wherein the club head includes a ball striking face.
  15. A shift lever structure having a golf club head that changes a club angle as described in claim 1 wherein the club head includes a top cover.
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